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The 25th Annual Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting Luncheon: 

The 25th Annual Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, April 22nd

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Featured CAB Legacy Honoree: Jack Riley

Half of WERE’s “Baxter and Riley”. Jack Riley is a comedic actor probably most recognizable as the irascible Elliot Carlin from Bob Newhart's 1970s TV sitcom, The Bob Newhart Show, and as the voice of Stu Pickles in Rugrats. He also voiced the character "PC Modem, the computer genius" in radio commercials for CompUSA that aired in the 1990s. Riley switched his career interest from baseball to acting after getting a radio job, writing and acting while attending John Carroll. After attending John Carroll University and serving in the US Army, Riley became a popular radio personality in Cleveland. His friend Tim Conway helped him receive work in California writing comedy sketches, which later led to acting jobs. Riley was one of the busiest 'bit players' on television in the 1970's and 80's. He also was a favorite of Mel Brooks, appearing in several of his films. Among his credits are multiple appearances on such shows as "Barney Miller", ""Hogan's Heroes", and single appearances on just about every top show on television.


CAB Mission Statement

Working collaboratively as an industry to continue to advance excellence in broadcasting in Cleveland through education, social interaction, recognition and philanthrophy.
  1. Promote the quality of broadcasting in the Cleveland area
  2. Provide a forum for issues concerning all segments of the Cleveland broadcasting community
  3. Foster greater understanding between those in the broadcasting sales, advertising and business communities
  4. Increase the level of professionalism among those in the Cleveland broadcast community

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