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When we interview successful managers in radio, nearly 100 percent of them tell us they would never have advanced if not for the help they received along the way. We reached out to managers across the country and asked them this question: Who mentored you, and how did they help you succeed? Here’s what they had to say.

I spent the formative 23 years of my career working for Susquehanna. The quality of leadership in that small company remains the gold standard in my mind. Starting with the humble yet powerful Louis J. Appel, and then continuing to the executive leadership team of

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