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Talking about Jerry Williams

A biography of the late Jerry Williams, written by two of his producers, chronicles the life of the 'dean of talk radio.' A biography of the late Jerry Williams, written by two of his producers, chronicles the life of the "dean of talk radio." (GILBERT E. FRIEDBERG FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE)
By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / March 7, 2008

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Jerry Williams was called the "dean of talk radio," but there was nothing scholarly about him. Instead, a new biography by two of the late talk host's producers reveals the flawed and passionate man behind the microphone. (Full article: 625 words)

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