2009 Career Achievement
Dennis Winslow was born in Orlando Florida. He attended the University of Florida where he received a BS in Advertising. Winslow continued graduate studies at Florida State. His first job in radio was at WSLC in Clermont, Florida. He joined WQXI FM in 1975 when it became 94Q and remained there until 1981. He left Georgia, however returned to program WFOX FM when it was purchased by Shamrock Broadcasting and moved from Gainesville to Atlanta. Dennis orchestrated the successful format change of the station to oldies, FOX 97. After 10 years at Fox 97 he moved over to program classic rock, WZGC for a year before leaving for greener pastures and bigger markets.
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