KMOJ Radio’s Freddie Bell has been selected as one of five new members inducted into the Minnesota Broadcasting 2022 Hall of Fame. The inductees are chosen based on their unique and outstanding contributions to broadcasting in Minnesota.
Bell is the executive at KMOJ, the People’s Station, located in the heart of North Minneapolis. He manages two stations and is a host of three radio shows. Bell is also a speaker and author, having recently published a motivational book entitled, “Word to the Wise: Guide for Daily Living.”
Other honorees this year include KFAN’s Dan Barrerio, Dave Lee of WCCO-Radio, Steve Patterson of myTalk Radio, Lynn Ketelsen of Linder Farm Network, and Cathy Wurzer of TPT-TV.
The induction ceremony will take place on Saturday, September 17, 2022, at the Pavek Museum in Saint Louis Park. The ceremony not only celebrates the careers of these distinguished broadcasters but also raises operating funds for the Pavek Museum. Tickets go on sale on April 5 and are $200 each.
The Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame is a service of the Pavek Museum and has inducted 191 members beginning with the inaugural class of 2001. The Pavek Museum was established in 1988 to preserve and promote the history and science of electronic communication, as well as the values of Minnesota’s broadcast industry.
The Pavek Museum and the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame are located at 3517 Raleigh Ave., Saint Louis Park, MN 55416.