Michael L. Greenwald and David J. Morrison

Michael L. Greenwald and David J. Morrison

1942 - ; 1950 -


Interview Length: 111 minutes

Interview Date: June 17, 2009

Interview Location: WHBG Channel 20, 223 Walnut Street, Harrisburg, PA




Michael L. Greenwald was born in the Bronx, N.Y. In his final year of graduate school at Syracuse University in 1963, an educational TV station was founded in Harrisburg, which was to become WITF. Greenwald was hired there and stayed for 43 years, retiring as senior vice president. Known as "Mr. WITF," he has served as a producer, public relations director and director of development. He successfully led the fundraising effort to build WITF's state-of-the-art broadcasting headquarters. David Morrison came to Harrisburg in 1979 for a position with the Thornburgh administration during one of Harrisburg's more distressed periods. Morrison was a volunteer with The Historic Harrisburg Association while working for an investment firm specializing in historic preservation projects. When the firm closed, Morrison worked his way up to become the first paid executive director of The Historic Harrisburg Association. He is now the assistant to the president of Harrisburg Area Community College.

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