Career Achievement Inductee

Bruce Stevens

 Bruce was raised in Eagle River Alaska and fell in love with radio at 11 years old hanging out at KENI in Anchorage. He moved to Augusta in 1965 and worked at WRDW while attending high school. He worked at WFNL, WGUS and WAUG before joining WBBQ in 1974 working for Harley Drew, Ed Dunbar and George Weiss. Bruce was music director and assistant PD winning a 1984 Mercedes Benz in the first AIR competition, Best Ears In The Business. He became PD of WBBQ in 1989. WBBQ was recognized by the industry with many awards for programming excellence including The Marconi from the NAB. When George Weiss purchased WZNY Bruce became operations director for both WBBQ and WZNY. He left radio in 2001 and currently works for Augusta Aviation at Daniel Field in Augusta.

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Georgia Radio Hall Of Fame Corporation, 2012