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Born in Omaha, NE, Selzle became interested in radio at a very young age, having grown up in the golden age of top 40 radio. In 1975 he enrolled at the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a major in broadcast journalism. His first job was as announcer at an Omaha station. Having an interest in electronics, he assisted the engineer on numerous occasions. In 1980 he moved to Colorado doing an air shift and more of the engineering at a commercial AM-FM combo station. Over the years my career took me to other commercial stations in Greeley, CO, Ft Collins, CO, and Cheyenne, WY, as a full-time chief engineer and announcer. In 2000 he accepted the job as the full-time engineer for KUNC. While his daily routine is engineering he still has some time for occasional voice tracking.
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