Radio industry veteran Ted Dorf recently passed away at the age of 94 after a 20-year bout with cancer. Dorf is best known for his role as VP/GM of the former WGAY and WWRC in Washington, DC.
He spent 38 years of his 45-year career with WGAY, which was one of the top-rated beautiful music stations in the country, according to Dorf’s biography. He retired as VP of Greater Media in 1991 and joined Metro Networks as VP/Industry Relations shortly thereafter. Dorf founded the National Radio Broadcasters Association (NRBA), which eventually merged with the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB).