Career Achievement Inductee
Bill Sanders enjoyed a fifty-year career in Georgia broadcasting beginning at WKLY in Hartwell, Georgia in 1957 as a teenage DJ. Over the years, Bill worked at WSB radio in Atlanta and WDUN in Gainesville. He was the founder and director of the Northeast Georgia Radio News Network. When Bill retired, he was President and CEO of the Georgia Association of Broadcasters, a position he held for twenty-eight years. He and his wife, Marlene, have been married for fifty years and have one daughter and two grandsons. They live in Roswell GA.
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