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Raechel Donahue is a rock radio pioneer generally associated with her husband Tom Donahue, who died in 1975. She was the original entertainment reporter for CNN, and a longtime radio personality in San Francisco on KSAN and in Los Angeles on KMET, KROQ, KIIS-FM, and in 2006 was heard SIRIUS Satellite Radio (SIRIUS), Classic Vinyl and Sirus Gold.[1] In 2009 she has a daily audio blog on the All Star Radio Network called Brush With Fame and a weekend show on the Dial-Global Radio Network. Author, journalist and voiceover artist for film, television and commercials, she is featured in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame main hall and in The Paley Center for Media. She was honored by the latter in both the New York and Los Angeles exhibitions entitled She Made It: Women Creating Television and Radio. She is also a major figure (along with husband Tom) in Jim Ladd's semi-biographical account of the history of KMET, "Radio Waves: Life and Revolution on the FM Dial".[2] Currently, Raechel works as a documentary film maker, "Airplay", released in the summer of 2007 and "Drawn to Yellowstone", released by Wyoming PBS in 2009 ( Her most recent book is The Ropes.



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