Robert S. “Bob” Sievers, who was on-air 51 years at WOWO Fort Wayne/1190 will be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. For much of that time, WOWO was part of Westinghouse-owned Group W Radio – and heard across many states with its former clear channel 50,000-signal.   Bob Sievers was one of those personalities who gave others the idea that they wanted to be on the radio, too.

Sievers and Jay Gould hosted the ‘Little Red Barn‘ during his time on the air, Mercer County wouldn’t have been the same without Bob and Jay.

Sievers passed away on September 3rd, 2007, he was 90 years old.

Tickets to the November 2 National Radio Hall of Fame ceremony are here. The Museum of Broadcast Communications was founded in 1983 by Bruce DuMont.

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