George Nicholaw: September 11, 1997


KNX/L.A. Vice President and General Manager, George Nicholaw, has been honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Southern California Broadcasters Association. The presentation took place at a dinner ceremony at the Sofitel Hotel on September 11, 1997.

Nicholaw is the longest-tenured manager of an all news format radio station in the U.S., and celebrated thirty years in August of 1997.

Nicholaw serves on a number of committees and boards, including founding director of the Library Foundation of Los Angeles, Board of Directors of the Permanent Charities Committee, past President of the Hollywood Radio and Television Society and former Chairman of the California Broadcasters Association.

He serves as an advisor for the Cal State Northridge Career Consultant Program, is a member of the advisory committee of Pasadena City College, the California Air Pollution Emergency Traffic Control Planning Committee, the advisory board for the USC Department of Communications, the Advertising Club of Los Angeles, and the California Research Council.

Nicholaw is also a member of the National Association of Broadcasters, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the Governer's Task Force On Transportation, the Hollywood Wing of the Greek Theater Association and the Radio and TV News Association of Southern California.

SCBA's Lifetime Achievement Award is traditionally awarded to an individual deemed to have made outstanding contributions to broadcasting and community service in Southern California.


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