James D. Long

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Born in December 1948 in Swinton, Missouri, James D. Long began his broadcasting career as a disc jockey for his hometown radio station before graduating from High School. During the next 10 years, he worked as a journalist and program director in a number of cities including Houston and Dallas. In addition to being a favorite on-air personality, he is a creative writer-producer. Long earned a number of awards including three “Addys” from the world’s largest advertising competition (American Advertising Federation). He is also a filmmaker and, together with his wife, founded Lightcatcher, a publishing and film production company.

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