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Bob Inskeep

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Capitol Broadcasting Company , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (919) 890-6000

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Capitol Broadcasting Company , Inc.

2619 Western Boulevard

Raleigh, North Carolina,27606

United States

Company Description

Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc. is a diversified communications company which owns and/or operates WRAL-TV, WRAL Digital, WRAL-FM, WRAL-HD2, WCMC-FM, Microspace, CBC New Media Group and Wolfpack Sports Marketing in Raleigh, NC; WJZY-TV and WMYT-TV in Charlo...more

Background Information

Employment History

Morning Radio Announcer

WRAL-FM


Minister

First Presbyterian Church


Affiliations

Triangle Pastoral Counseling Inc

Board Member


Education

Masters of Divinity

Union


Web References(26 Total References)


Our People | CBC History

history.capitolbroadcasting.com [cached]

Bob Inskeep
Bob Inskeep was a popular morning radio announcer at WRAL-FM during the 1970s and '80s. Known as "F.B.I." - which stood for "Famous Bob Inskeep" - Bob combined a laid-back conversational style with a keen wit and biting sense of humor to win legions of fans for his morning show on MIX-101.5. Inskeep came to WRAL-FM in 1974, not long after the station changed its programing to the popular Adult Contemporary format. He was on the air 3 ½ hours each morning delivering a mix of music, interviews, prepared sketches and impromptu humor. Listeners loved him and he was named "Best in the Triangle" five years running in the annual poll conducted by Spectator Magazine. Inskeep was born in Urbana, Ohio, but moved with his family to Rockwell, Maryland where he graduated high school. He went on to Virginia Tech University where he got his first radio experience at the campus station. At first Bob produced commercials, but he soon got his first regular on-air role as the host of a folk music program. In 1974 a job opened at WRAL-FM and Inskeep was hired as the station's Operations Manager. Over the next 15 years, Inskeep entertained Triangle listeners as the always-likable "F.B.I." One of his hallmarks was community involvement, and Inskeep appeared at telethons, broadcast from the United Way's hot air balloon, did charity "Walkathons" and made countless appearances and speeches at festivals, parades and meetings. His tireless community spirit won him a permanent place in the heart of the Triangle community. In the late 1980s Inskeep felt the urge to help others in need of personal counseling. He began taking courses at Duke University Divinity School to gain practical knowledge, but before long he felt a deeper calling that pulled him toward the ministry. Bob acted on that call and enrolled in pastoral classes that set the stage for the next phase of his career. He completed fifteen courses at Duke Divinity School between 1979 and 1986. Bob remained on the air at MIX-101.5 for the next three years, but left morning radio behind and moved into a corporate role at CBC in late 1989. The next year he left the company for good and headed north to Richmond where he enrolled at Union Presbyterian Seminary. He earned his Masters of Divinity at Union in 1994 and was ordained a Presbyterian minister.


Bob Inskeep | People | CBC History

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Bob Inskeep
Home / Our People / Past Communicators / Bob Inskeep Bob Inskeep Be part of CBC historySubmit your Story View others' submissions. Bob Inskeep was a popular morning radio announcer at WRAL-FM during the 1970s and '80s. Known as "F.B.I." - which stood for "Famous Bob Inskeep" - Bob combined a laid-back conversational style with a keen wit and biting sense of humor to win legions of fans for his morning show on MIX-101.5. Inskeep came to WRAL-FM in 1974, not long after the station changed its programing to the popular Adult Contemporary format. He was on the air 3 ½ hours each morning delivering a mix of music, interviews, prepared sketches and impromptu humor. Listeners loved him and he was named "Best in the Triangle" five years running in the annual poll conducted by Spectator Magazine. Inskeep was born in Urbana, Ohio, but moved with his family to Rockwell, Maryland where he graduated high school. He went on to Virginia Tech University where he got his first radio experience at the campus station. At first Bob produced commercials, but he soon got his first regular on-air role as the host of a folk music program. In 1974 a job opened at WRAL-FM and Inskeep was hired as the station's Operations Manager. Over the next 15 years, Inskeep entertained Triangle listeners as the always-likable "F.B.I." One of his hallmarks was community involvement, and Inskeep appeared at telethons, broadcast from the United Way's hot air balloon, did charity "Walkathons" and made countless appearances and speeches at festivals, parades and meetings. His tireless community spirit won him a permanent place in the heart of the Triangle community. In the late 1980s Inskeep felt the urge to help others in need of personal counseling. He began taking courses at Duke University Divinity School to gain practical knowledge, but before long he felt a deeper calling that pulled him toward the ministry. Bob acted on that call and enrolled in pastoral classes that set the stage for the next phase of his career. He completed fifteen courses at Duke Divinity School between 1979 and 1986. Bob remained on the air at MIX-101.5 for the next three years, but left morning radio behind and moved into a corporate role at CBC in late 1989. The next year he left the company for good and headed north to Richmond where he enrolled at Union Presbyterian Seminary. He earned his Masters of Divinity at Union in 1994 and was ordained a Presbyterian minister. Highlights for Bob Inskeep MIX programming team: Standing L-R: Ned Attayek, Kathy Walston, Marty Callaghan, Bob Inskeep, Jami Elizondo, Mike Urben, David Wood.


Past Communicators | People | CBC History

history.capitolbroadcasting.com [cached]

Bob Inskeep
Bob Inskeep Bob Inskeep was a popular morning radio announcer at WRAL-FM during the 1970s and '80s. Known as "F.B.I." - which stood for "Famous Bob Inskeep" - Bob combined a laid-back conversational style with a keen wit and biting sense of humor to win legions of fans for his morning show on MIX-101.5. Inskeep came to WRAL-FM in 1974, not long after the station changed its programing to the popular Adult Contemporary format. He was on the air 3 ½ hours each morning delivering a mix of music, interviews, prepared sketches and impromptu humor. Listeners loved him and he was named "Best in the Triangle" five years running in the annual poll conducted by Spectator Magazine. Inskeep was born in Urbana, Ohio, but moved with his family to Rockwell, Maryland where he graduated high school. He went on to Virginia Tech University where he got his first radio experience at the campus station. At first Bob produced commercials, but he soon got his first regular on-air role as the host of a folk music program. In 1974 a job opened at WRAL-FM and Inskeep was hired as the station's Operations Manager. Over the next 15 years, Inskeep entertained Triangle listeners as the always-likable "F.B.I." One of his hallmarks was community involvement, and Inskeep appeared at telethons, broadcast from the United Way's hot air balloon, did charity "Walkathons" and made countless appearances and speeches at festivals, parades and meetings. His tireless community spirit won him a permanent place in the heart of the Triangle community. In the late 1980s Inskeep felt the urge to help others in need of personal counseling. He began taking courses at Duke University Divinity School to gain practical knowledge, but before long he felt a deeper calling that pulled him toward the ministry. Bob acted on that call and enrolled in pastoral classes that set the stage for the next phase of his career. He completed fifteen courses at Duke Divinity School between 1979 and 1986. Bob remained on the air at MIX-101.5 for the next three years, but left morning radio behind and moved into a corporate role at CBC in late 1989. The next year he left the company for good and headed north to Richmond where he enrolled at Union Presbyterian Seminary. He earned his Masters of Divinity at Union in 1994 and was ordained a Presbyterian minister. MIX programming team: Standing L-R: Ned Attayek, Kathy Walston, Marty Callaghan, Bob Inskeep, Jami Elizondo, Mike Urben, David Wood.


First Presbyterian Church, Staff

www.fpcraleigh.org [cached]

Bob joined the church staff in September 1999, the same week Hurricane Floyd hit hard.The church is still trying to discern which was an act of God.Pastoral care is one of Bob's main interests and responsibilities, namely working with the deacons and Stephen Ministers, as well as with various pastoral care committees.New members usually meet Bob in the Inquirers' Class, a get,acquainted series of three meetings for those who are considering joining the church.Bob is also responsible for the Wednesday noon service, an outreach for folks who work downtown.Some people think Bob's voice and sense of humor would make for a good radio announcer.Lucky guess.That's what he did for some 25 years before going into ministry full,time in 1994.


About Us

www.tripastoralcounseling.org [cached]

Bob Inskeep, Associate Pastor, First Presbyterian Church


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