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40 Years of Bill Cohen

Posted Monday, April 22, 2013

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40 Years of Bill Cohen Listeners and viewers of public radio and television in Ohio have been listening to Bill Cohen on the air for four decades. Cohen prides himself on presenting both sides of a story. And Monday at 9 we'll spend an hour with him reflecting on his distinguished career before he retires next month.

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Cohen with former Gov. Richard Celeste. Cohen and colleagues with NPR reporter Sonari Glinton. Cohen and colleagues Karen Kasler and Jo Ingles with NPR host Robert Siegel. Cohen was the announcer at an Ohio Village Muffins Vintage Baseball Game. Cohen on WOSU with a poster of Bill Saxbe, former US Attorney General.




Bill Cohen, Reporter, Statehouse News Bureau

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