Inductees Named For Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall Of Fame
May 3, 2007 at 2:49 PM (PT)
The inaugural class for the MASSACHUSETTS BROADCASTERS HALL OF FAME is being honored in events on SATURDAY (5/5) in BROCKTON, MA and on MAY 16 at RANDOLPH, MA. The HALL has been formed by a group of present and former broadcasters in conjunction with MASSASOIT COMMUNITY COLLEGE.
The Hall of Famers to be honored at the BROCKTON event include longtime WHDH-A/BOSTON morning man JESS CAIN, comedy legends BOB AND RAY (who started at WHDH), and children's TV host REX TRAILER. The MAY 16 honorees include longtime BOSTON media personality (and syndicated TV "BOZO THE CLOWN") FRANK AVRUCH, BOSTON radio (WEEI-A, WRKO-A, WHDH-A) and TV (WNAC-TV) talker PAUL BENZAQUIN, former WBZ-TV-AM personality (and now "DANCING WITH THE STARS"/"AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEOS" host) TOM BERGERON, former WHDH-A host FRED B. COLE, WBZ-AM & TV weatherman DON KENT, WBZ-TV entertainment reporter JOYCE KULHAWIK, station owner HAROLD SEGAL, WBZ-TV anchor-host LIZ WALKER, and BOSTON BRUINS voice BOB WILSON.