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Bob Glaze's Hall of Fame Video Bio
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Video bio of Bob Glaze, "Cowboy Bob," inducted to Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame in 2014. Narrator: Scott Wayman; Original Footage: WTTV-4; Produced by: DreamVision Media Partners; Best known in central Indiana as “Cowboy Bob,” Glaze first worked live radio musical shows on WBBM-AM/FM in Chicago, before joining WTTV-TV in 1966 in Bloomington, Indiana. He began as a studio technician and director, then occasionally appeared with Jane Hodge on “Popeye & Janie.” By 1970 he had his own show, “Cowboy Bob & the Chuck-Wagon Theater,” with “Freckles,” “Windjammer” and “Tumbleweed,” among others. He was an after-school companion for a generation of Hoosiers. Following 23 years at WTTV-TV, Glaze had “Cowboy Bob’s Cable Stable” on American Cablevision. He died Sept. 16, 2016, at the age of 73. --Words from the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers
Indiana Broadcast Pioneers; WTTV-4; WBBM-AM/FM; WTTV-TV
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