Inspiring and Entertaining Stories from the Sooner State
The stories of a Oklahoma Broadcasters Hall of Fame member who knew the ins and outs of Payola because he was one of the ins, the Oklahoma Governor and Senator who was inches from death in WWII when a shell ripped through his tank, the long process that Jana Jae took on her first step to becoming a star, how Ed Taylor “handled” his fellow cable television pioneer Ted Turner, the raw male prejudice against female lawyers a future member of the bench overcame, and how LBJ’s chief of staff dared to ignore the President’s orders.
That and more in Voices of Oklahoma, Volume II.
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Some of the Voices Featured in our Book
Listen to the oral history of Danny Williams, member of the Oklahoma Broadcasters Hall of Fame who dominated the airwaves for seven decades.Oklahoma Radio & TV Legend
From the farm, to the war, to the Governor's mansion. Then finally back to the farm.Former Governor & Senator
A combination of hard work and raw talent helped this dynamic entertainer accomplish stardom.Fiddle Player
A pioneer in the satellite communication business and philanthropist for many good causes.Communications Pioneer
… and many more.
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