Bill Andrews  Biography
WMDF   WMFJ    WROD   WABR    WHOO   WVGT   WPUL

Bill,  began his broadcasting career in 1957 with Armed Forces Radio in Puerto Rico. When Bill was discharged in 1959, he went to work for the station in Mt. Dora, WMDF-AM 1580. Bill's career would take him to many stations in Central Florida. Those stations included WMFJ-AM 1450 and WROD-AM 1340 both in Daytona Beach, WABR-AM 1440 and WHOO-AM 990 in Orlando, as well as stations in Leesburg, Eustis, New Smyrna Beach and Deland. Bill also teamed with his brother Bob Andrews to build WZZZ-AM 1510 in Boynton Beach. Bill would manage and was a part-owner of WVGT-AM 1580 in Mt. Dora. Before his retirement, his last radio job was as Program Director at WPUL-AM 1130 in Bartow in 1978. Bill would also be the morning show host as well as host of the "Trading Post" show. Bill left radio and became a communications technician for Motorola. Later, he moved to advertising sales for Bartow’s newspaper, the Polk County Democrat.   


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