Chicago-Area Radio Manager, Enterpreneur Brad Saul Passes Away
December 7, 2015 at 4:01 AM (PT)
Condolences to family and friends of BRAD SAUL, the CHICAGO-area radio manager and entrepreneur, who died FRIDAY (12/4) at his CHICAGO home at 55 after a 25-year battle with multiple sclerosis. Most recently CEO of MATRIX MEDIA and President/CEO of podcast platform WEBTALKRADIO.NET, SAUL was a GM at WEEF-A/HIGHLAND PARK, IL and WONX-A/EVANSTON, IL and established CHICAGO DISABILITY TRANSIT, for which he served as President.
SAUL started as a radio host at the age of 13, guest-hosting on CHUCK SCHADEN's "RADIO FOR KIDS" on WLTD-A (now WCGO-A)/EVANSTON; he was also a graduate of NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY and LOYOLA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW. He also owned PUBLIC INTEREST AFFILIATES, provider of in-flight programming for several airlines.