West Michigan: Newsmakers Dec 2, 2007

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Grand Rapids Press:

He started his Grand Rapids radio career in September 1967 on the "Big Max." He also is the guy who hired WLAV radio icons Kevin Matthews and Tony Gates. Ed Buchanan, affectionately known as "Uncle Buck," recently celebrated his 40th year in broadcasting. He began at WMAX-AM (1480). His career path includes 15 years at WCUZ-FM (101.3), where he started Grand Rapids' first FM country station, and he has been at WLAV-FM (96.9) for 20 years. He was there 1970-1979, and returned in 1995 ... Adult Contemporary Christian WCSG-FM (91.3) won the Station of the Year award (Markets 26-100) at the R&R Christian Summit achievement ceremony... 'Uncle Buck' hits 40-year milestone (Sun, 12/2)

 

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