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David Fowler was an authority on early SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA broadcasting background and popular as broadcast journalist and media consultant. Fowler was the Editor from the reserve by Gladys Hansen and Emmet Condit, “Denial of Devastation: The Untold Tale and Photographs from the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Earthquake and Fireplace or 1906” (Cameron & Co., 1989). Fowler was also a built-in Emergency Management Training course instructor (department of FEMA) since 1984; Affiliate Editor of Earthweek, an attribute syndicated to a lot more than 100 UNITED STATES papers and editor of Geowatch, a partner feature showing up in The SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Chronicle; formerly the news headlines director, mature editor, anchor, and reporter for many broadcast channels in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA area; Devastation Assistance Worker (DAE) for FEMA in the region of public details and media worries. After he retired from an extended career on tv, Fowler created many radio displays at KALW-FM 91.7 including “SERIOUSLY and Listen to” (Chrysanthemum Ragtime Band), “Peter Mintun’s Music in the Air”, “Jazz Lovely and Hot” (Don Neely’s Royal Society Jazz Orchestra), “Broadway Melody” (Judy McConkey, web host) and “Edna Fischer’s Melody Time.” He also committed his period as advisor to FEMA (Federal government Emergency Administration Agency) in Emmetsburg, Maryland. He also developed and maintained the website for the Museum of the town of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, including information of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA performers. In archive video footage, Fowler can be a Television reporter interviewing SF Supervisor Dan Light in the award-winning documentary THE DAYS of Harvey Dairy (1984).
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