NEW BAYLISS FOUNDATION DIRECTORS ELECTED TO BOARD
Pacific Grove, CA February 14, 2005 -- Bayliss Foundation Board Chairman Gary Fries announced today that three radio
industry leaders have recently been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Bayliss Foundation. They are Ginny Morris,
president of Hubbard Radio; Lew Dickey, president and CEO of Cumulus Media; and George Pine, president and COO of Interep.
In addition to her duties at Hubbard Radio, Ginny Morris is a former chairperson of the NAB Radio Board and continues to serve
on that board. She is also on the board of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and is active on other civic boards in the Twin Cities
area. A second-generation broadcaster, Lew Dickey serves on the board of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and was the
honoree at the 18th Annual Bayliss Radio Roast in 2004. George Pine currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Radio Advertising
Bureau (RAB) and previously, was an active member of the Board of Directors for the New York State Broadcasters Association. "We are more
than pleased to have these three on the board," says Bayliss board chair Gary Fries. "Their expertise in the industry and their past
experience on various boards will enrich the Bayliss Foundation."
The three new directors have joined the rest of the Board in preparing for the 19th Annual Bayliss Radio Roast, scheduled for
March 16, 2005. Clarke Brown, president of Jefferson-Pilot Communications' radio division, is this year's roastee. The Roast, held
annually in New York City, benefits the Bayliss Radio Scholarship program, which awards scholarships to college and university students
majoring in radio broadcasting. For more information about the upcoming Roast or the scholarship program, contact the Bayliss Broadcast
Foundation office at 831.655.5229, or visit the website at www.baylissfoundation.org.