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Contributor Pro-File: Geoff Peacock
Mobile, AL, and Pensacola, FL
Peacock's broadcast career started in 1973 as a weekend overnight board operator, but soon discovered a knack for engineering. His first engineering position was with Bristol Broadcasting WKAZ-AM and WQBE-FM in Charleston, WV.
After a stint with a non-profit organization bringing the Internet to Mobile, he returned to radio in 1996 to work for Capitol Broadcasting, which was later acquired by Clear Channel.
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