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Dolph Tillotson – UA Communication Hall of Fame

Video produced by the University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences to honor Dolph Tillotson as he was inducted into the Communication Hall of Fame, class of 2012. Dolph Tillotson, born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, got his long journalism career off to a remarkable start at Northington Elementary and Eastwood Junior High… Read more »

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Bobby Luckie – UA Communication Hall of Fame

Video produced by the University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences to honor Bobby Luckie as he was inducted into the Communication Hall of Fame, class of 2012. Robert E. “Bobby” Luckie recently retired from Luckie & Co., the advertising agency founded by his father, Robert Luckie Jr., in 1953. To honor Luckie… Read more »

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Sue Medina – UA Communication Hall of Fame

Video produced by the University of Alabama College of Communication and Information Sciences to honor Sue Medina as she was inducted into the Communication Hall of Fame, class of 2012. Each year, The Alabama Association of College and Research Libraries presents its prestigious award, “The Sue O. Medina Significant Contribution Award,” honoring the year’s winner… Read more »

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Joe Rumore – UA Communication Hall of Fame

Joe Rumore was probably the biggest radio personality Alabama has ever known, and it seems likely there will never be another like him. Born and reared in Birmingham, at the family’s Southside home, and on their Huffman farm, Rumore seems to have been set on a career in radio from the very start. At age… Read more »

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United Way of West Alabama 2012 Campaign Video

United Way of West Alabama’s 2012 video featuring profiles on United Way partner agencies Arts ‘n Autism and Good Samaritan Clinic, United Way of West Alabama’s Individual Development Account program, and United Way of West Alabama’s role in the long term recovery process after the April 2011 storms. For more information, visit United Way of… Read more »

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Kathryn Tucker Windham’s Death Marked the End of an Era

For me, and most native Alabamians of my generation, Kathryn Tucker Windham was always there. I read her collections of ghost stories when I was a child. I heard her speak on various occasions and I saw her on TV many times through the years. Her stories made me smile as I listened to her… Read more »