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Contributor Pro-file: Mark Bohach
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WLOH Lancaster, OH
Bohach graduated in 1982 from Hocking College in Nelsonville, OH, with an AAS degree in broadcast engineering. Since then, he has been continuously involved in radio. He has held engineering positions at WOUB-AM/FM/TV in Athens, OH; WCOL/WXGT in Columbus, OH; WLOH/WHOK in Lancaster and for Salem Communications in Cincinnati, Columbus and Detroit.
In 1992, Bohach and his wife Arlene purchased their first radio station, WWBK-FM, in Fredericktown, OH. In 1995 they added WBZW-FM Loudonville. They sold these stations in 1998. They have owned WLOH in Lancaster twice.
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