Classic Radio Personality 'Cousin Brucie' to Speak at MSU 3/28

The Zeta chapter of Lambda Pi Eta [LPH], the National Communication Honor Society, is pleased to announce that it will be "Movin' and groovin and havin' a ball - with Cousin Brucie" when the classic radio personality, "Cousin" Brucie Morrow, comes to the Montclair State University campus in room 120 of Richardson Hall on March 28, 2002 at 5 p.m.

During this LPH sponsored event, Cousin Brucie will be speaking about his life in the broadcasting world.

"Cousin" Brucie Morrow has been on the radio since 1959 when he got his start at WINS, which was primarily a rock and roll station. Moving from WINS to WNBC to WABC and finally starting the Sillerman Morrow Broadcasting Group in 1977, Morrow was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1987 and Broadcasting & Cable's Hall of Fame in 1990. He was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 1994. Morrow serves as President of Variety, The Children's Charity. He made his motion picture debut in the film "Dirty Dancing," and wrote an autobiography, entitled Cousin Brucie: My Life in Rock and Roll Radio. He currently broadcasts for WCBS-FM in New York.

Everyone is invited to attend this special event. Communication, Broadcasting and Journalism majors and professionals may find the event especially informative. Admission is free. For more information please contact Dr. Wayne Bond, LPH advisor, at (973) 655-7471.