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The Virginia Communications Hall of Fame recognizes communication professionals with exceptional careers in journalism, public relations, advertising and other media fields. George Crutchfield, founding director of the Robertson School of Media and Culture (then the School of Mass Communications) from 1978-1989, launched the organization in 1986.
This year’s honorees will be inducted into the 27th anniversary of the Hall of Fame on April 10, 2014 at the John Marshall, bringing the total number of inductees to 151.
The inductees of the 27th anniversary of the Hall of Fame are:
Bill Bevins- veteran Richmond, Va. radio morning show host, talk show co-host, WTVR-CBS 6 and Virginia Lottery Draw host.
Michael Hardy- former staff writer for the Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Virginian-Pilot.
Lawrence McConnell- publisher of The Daily Progress in Charlottesville and regional publisher of the Charlottesville Newspaper Group under BH Media.
Regina Mobley- anchor and reporter at WVEC-ABC13 in the Hampton Roads region (Hampton, Norfolk, Portsmouth and VA Beach).
Kelly O’Keefe- professor and former managing director of the VCU Brandcenter and Chief Creative Strategic Officer, PadillaCRT.
Don Richards- Group Vice President, Raycom Media.
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Updated: January 13, 2014