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Posted - 04 Feb 2012 :  05:45:46 AM  Show Profile  Visit vk3pa's Homepage  Reply with Quote
From the CQ Newsroom

Armond Noble, N6WR, founder and publisher of WorldRadio magazine for 37
years, died February 1 in Sacramento, California after a short illness.

Noble, publisher of Sacramento-based International Travel News magazine,
was hospitalized about two months ago, according to Editor David Tykol,

WorldRadio was published monthly from July 1971 until the end of 2008,
when Noble sold the magazine to Hicksville, New York-based CQ
Communications, Inc. With its February 2009 edition, it was renamed
WorldRadio Online and became the first online-only major Amateur Radio

Noble had a long and distinguished career in communications. From 1953
to 1955 he served in the U.S. Army with a VHF radio relay unit. He went
on to positions at commercial radio and TV stations around the United
States, including: KTWO-TV and KATI in Casper, Wyoming; KOOK-TV,
Billings, Montana; KTVB, Boise, Idaho; KERO-TV, Bakersfield, California,
WOOD-TV, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and KCRA Radio in Sacramento.

During the Vietnam War, Noble was a reporter-photographer for TIME
magazine and the Milwaukee Journal. He also served in the TIME-LIFE
bureau in Sacramento.

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