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Background Information

Employment History

//www.radio-ranch.com/


Public Affairs and Production Director

WCFL


Chief Executive Officer

DOCSIS Set-top Gateway


Affiliations

Radio Ranch

Founder


Phillips Graduate Institute

Member of the Board of Trustees


NAB Broadcast Hall of Fame

Member


American radio series

Founder


Education

Yale Drama Graduate School


Yale Drama School


B.A.

Speech and Theater

Franklin and Marshall College


MA

Clinical Psychology

Phillips Graduate Institute


Web References(121 Total References)


vodpod.com

lifeinprism In the late 60s, Dick Orkin conceived and wrote the Chickenman radio series.
He was Public Affairs/Production Director at WCFL, the "Voice of Labor" radio station in Chicago. Aug 28, 2011 Chickenman Radio Series In the late 60s, Dick Orkin conceived and wrote the Chickenman radio series. He was Public Affairs/Production Director at WCFL, the "Voice of Labor" radio station in Chicago.


www.the60sofficialsite.com

" Chickenman" was created by Dick Orkin and he wrote all 273 episodes of "the fantastic crime fighter the world has ever known" Dick Orkin was the production director of WCFL.
In the show's 195 episodes, Orkin voiced " Chickenman", who worked as shoe salesman Benton Harbor (the name of a Michigan city on Lake Michigan) Monday through Friday at a large Midland City department store and thus he could only fight crime on weekends...his only two days off.


www.the60sofficialsite.com

This is an update about Benton Harbor, alias Chickenman, a product of Dick Orkin of WCFL.
Glen Teason and Dick Orkin


vodpod.com

okamiadded this video and said: In the late 60s, Dick Orkin conceived and wrote the Chickenman radio series.
He was Public Affairs/Production Director at WCFL, the "Voice of Labor" radio station in Chicago.


vodpod.com

okami In the late 60s, Dick Orkin conceived and wrote the Chickenman radio series.
He was Public Affairs/Production Director at WCFL, the "Voice of Labor" radio station in Chicago. Aug 2, 2010 Chickenman Radio Series In the late 60s, Dick Orkin conceived and wrote the Chickenman radio series. He was Public Affairs/Production Director at WCFL, the "Voice of Labor" radio station in Chicago.


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