Member Bob Charger wrote for us, his own bio. Who knows more about Bob Charger than Bob Charger, right? Well, anyhow, here's what he said:

I was born and raised in South Philadelphia and began my career as a teenager on a small radio station in South Jersey. After graduating from Southern High School, I wrote a music column for three area newspapers and hosted a weekly entertainment show on cable television. Moving from station to station, I landed at the legendary “Wibbage” WIBG Radio 99, another Philly giant 610 WIP (when they were the #1 music station) and eventually became a “Boss Jock” on Famous 56, WFIL. I also served as Music Director and Program Director for several stations, including 1380 WAMS, in Wilmington, Delaware.

Expanding to full time television in the South, I performed as a weather man, magazine co-host and morning show host for a local CBS affiliate and produced and hosted several game shows including “Music Mania.” Over the years, I lent my voice to several local and national commercials and infomercials. From acting in radio and television commercials, I progressed to acting in films and I am a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild. My credits include: “Rocky III,” “Rocky V,” “Mannequin ” “Mannequin on the Move” and “Philadelphia” to name a few.

(left to right) Tommy McCarthy, Dean Tyler and Bob Charger
All are members of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia
March of Dimes Air Awards
Wednesday, November 9, 2005

For over 18 years, I have been entertaining the Philly radio audience on 98.1, WOGL as an On-Air Personality and serving as host and producer of the highly successful "Brunch with The Beatles Show." I have been a consultant on two films "Fabulous" and "The Wages of Spin" both of which are on National Public Television and are in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Archives.

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