Four Inducted At Wisconsin Broadcasters HOF
June 10, 2008 at 2:54 PM (PT)
Four leaders of the WISCONSIN broadcasting community will be inducted into the WISCONSIN Broadcasters Hall of Fame on THURSDAY, JUNE 19th 2008. The induction ceremony, held at STONE HARBOR RESORT in STURGEON BAY, will honor TERRY HAVEL, WILLIE DAVIS, JONATHAN LITTLE and MIKE MCCORMICK.
HOVEL spent many years as an air personality at several KENOSHA, WI stations, as well as outlets in RACINE, LAKE GENEVA and WZUU, WEMP, WQFM and WLUM/MILWAUKEE. He also built WBSD/BURLINGTON, one of only two high school radio stations in WISCONSIN
WILLIE DAVIS is a celebrated GREEN BAY PACKER who became a station owner of WAWA/WEST ALLIS, as well as WLUM and WMCS-A/MILWAUKEE, among others..
JONATHAN LITTLE was a PD/air talent at WISM/MADISON, WDUZ/GREEN BAY and WTSO and WZEE/MADISON. His management experience includes time at WMMM and WOLX, before working at TROY RESEARCH.
MCCORMICK is well-known for his 15-year tenure at JOURNAL COMMUNICATIONS in MILWAUKEE as well as a stint as VP/GM of WTMJ-TV.