Ron Hull, still busy in pubcasting after 55 years

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Here’s a tribute to public broadcasting at its best, through the experiences of longtime Nebraska Educational Television programmer Ron Hull, who just turned 80. Although Hull has come and gone from the station a few times, “he never really went away,” the local Journal Star noted. He’s now senior adviser to NET and professor emeritus of broadcasting at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and reports for work in his fourth-floor office at 6:30 every morning. “This place I love,” he said — even after 55 years.

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