Don Kelley Elected President Of Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame
October 9, 2013 at 6:01 AM (PT)
DON KELLEY, a veteran of New England radio, has been named the next President of the MASSACHUSETTS BROADCASTERS HALL OF FAME. He succeeds founding President ART SINGER.
KELLEY, who has been on the Hall's Board of Directors, got his start in the region at FIRST CLASS RADIO CORP. AC WMRC-A/MILFORD, MA as morning host and PD at the age of 20. His 40-year career includes several managerial stints, most notably 22 years as VP of Programming at GREATER MEDIA AC WMJX (MAGIC 106.7)/BOSTON.
“I’m honored to be elected president of the HALL OF FAME and look forward to helping it extend its influence and educational mission to current and future broadcasters alike,” said KELLEY. “ART SINGER did an outstanding job growing the organization from its inception, and I intend to build on that foundation.”
KELLEY has been honored with a Station of the Year MARCONI Award from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS and a “Radio Active” GRAMMY Award.