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Ed Roehling

President, Appraiser, Broker, Consultant, Voice Work

Roehling Broadcast Services , Ltd.

Direct Phone: (317) ***-****direct phone

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Background Information

Employment History

President and General Manager

Rush County Broadcasting Corporation, WRCR-FM


Account Executive

Ren?


Affiliations

University of Indianapolis

General Manager WICR and Assistant Professor Communications, Adjunct Professor of Marketing


Education

Sacred Heart High School


MBA


degree

Communications

Butler University


Web References(20 Total References)


indianabroadcastpioneers.org

Ed Roehling
Ed Roehling always wanted to be a broadcaster and received his degree from Butler University in Communications. In his mid twenties, he organized a group of investors to put a station in Winchester, Ind., on the air. He went onto manage radio stations in Minnesota and Michigan before returning to Indiana. In 1971, Roehling and a group of local investors were delighted when the FCC finally granted the license they had applied for in Rushville, Indiana. He and his wife Sandy made it into a true hometown station, that received many awards for its service to the community. During this time, he also was able to get WWWY on the air in Columbus, Indiana. He also served as a professor for the communications program at Indiana Central College (now University of Indianapolis) and served as general manager for the public radio station on campus, WICR-FM, for 20 years. Roehling was vice president for Hoosier Broadcasting for ten years, a company that owned three educational stations licensed to Cloverdale/Indianapolis, Lebanon, and Greencastle/Indianapolis. Roehling is now the president and Broker of Roehling Broadcast Services, Ltd., which serves the radio broadcast industry with appraisal, brokerage, and consulting services for individual and company acquisitions and sales of broadcast properties.


indianabroadcastpioneers.org [cached]

Carmel, Ind. - September 15, 2016 - The Indiana Broadcasters Association, representing more than 300 television and radio stations in the state, will induct five new members into its Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame later this fall: BradByrd, Tom Griswold, Bob Kevoian, Ed Roehling, and Bill Shirk.
Ed Roehling always wanted to be a broadcaster and received his degree from Butler University in Communications. In his mid twenties, he organized a group of investors to put a station in Winchester, Ind., on the air. He went onto manage radio stations in Minnesota and Michigan before returning to Indiana. In 1971, Roehling and a group of local investors were delighted when the FCC finally granted the license they had applied for in Rushville, Indiana. He and his wife Sandy made it into a true hometown station, that received many awards for its service to the community. During this time, he also was able to get WWWY on the air in Columbus, Indiana. He also served as a professor for the communications program at Indiana Central College (now University of Indianapolis) and served as general manager for the public radio station on campus, WICR-FM, for 20 years. Roehling was vice president for Hoosier Broadcasting for ten years, a company that owned three educational stations licensed to Cloverdale/Indianapolis, Lebanon, and Greencastle/Indianapolis. Roehling is now the president and Broker of Roehling Broadcast Services, Ltd., which serves the radio broadcast industry with appraisal, brokerage, and consulting services for individual and company acquisitions and sales of broadcast properties.


www.indianabroadcasters.org [cached]

Carmel, Ind. - September 14, 2016 - The Indiana Broadcasters Association, representing more than 300 television and radio stations in the state, will induct five new members into its Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame later this fall: Brad Byrd, Tom Griswold, Bob Kevoian, Ed Roehling, and Bill Shirk.
Ed Roehling always wanted to be a broadcasters and received his degree from Butler University in Communications. In his mid twenties, he organized a group of investors to put a station in Winchester, Ind., on the air. He went onto manage radio stations in Minnesota and Michigan before returning to Indiana. In 1971, Roehling and a group of local investors were delighted when the FCC finally granted the license they had applied for in Rushville, Indiana. He and his wife Sandy made it into a true hometown station, that received many awards for its service to the community. During this time, he also was able to get WWWY on the air in Columbus, Indiana. He also served as a professor for the communications program at Indiana Central College (now University of Indianapolis) and served as general manager for the public radio station on campus, WICR-FM, for 20 years. Roehling was vice president for Hoosier Broadcasting for ten years, a company that owned three educational stations licensed to Cloverdale/Indianapolis, Lebanon, and Greencastle/Indianapolis. Roehling is now the president and Broker of Roehling Broadcast Services, Ltd., which serves the radio broadcast industry with appraisal, brokerage, and consulting services for individual and company acquisitions and sales of broadcast properties.


www.indianaradio.net

Ed Roehling of Roehling Broadcast Services was the broker.


www.indianaradio.net

Finally, Ed Roehling of Roehling Broadcast Services, Ltd. was the broker on this deal."


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