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Harold Wright
OAB Hall of Fame
Inducted 2010

Ed Birchall - Hoho the ClownCommunity service and civic responsibility have propelled Harold Wright to the top of the radio business. Since his earliest days on-air, Harold has understood the unique relationship between the listeners and their local radio station. A graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Harold became managing partner of KRPT radio in Anadarko in 1975. He then owned KHEN in Henrietta, and in 1991 purchased his hometown stations KWEY AM/FM, and has since added stations in Clinton and Sayre to his portfolio.

Harold’s commitment to Full Service Radio, along with a heavy dose of community involvement, has won him numerous awards. He was Chairman of the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters (OAB) in 1986 and helped guide the group to its current status as a premier organization. Harold’s civic duty was then expanded to politics, when he became the District 57 State Representative for the Oklahoma House of Representatives.

In his distinguished career in radio broadcasting, Harold has made a difference in the industry and raised the bar of excellence.

 

 

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