Bill Ballance
American radio host
Bill Ballance
Willis "Bill" Ballance, was an American radio talk show host. Ballance studied journalism at the University of Illinois before serving in the United States Marines. He had radio station stints in Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Honolulu and San Diego. Ballance was the evening personality late 1950s-early 60s on #1 rated KFWB.
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Mushrooms, mushrooms everywhere - Hattiesburg American
Google News - over 5 years
Entertainer, Bill Ballance said, "Falling is love is like eating random mushrooms, you never know if it's the real thing until it's too late." When we were young, my sister and I called the pestle mushrooms, toadstools. Today many botanists still refer
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McGill Wins Snowshoe GNCC - Side x Side News
Google News - over 5 years
Meanwhile, Donnie Ockerman put his JET Suspension Honda into a solid fifth, finishing just ahead of GNCC legend Bill Ballance on his Ballance Racing Yamaha. GT Thunder rider Kevin Yoho was eighth, while Jeffrey Pickens (Yam) and Craig Bowman (Hon)
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GNCC University Returns to Snowshoe Mountain Resort - Side x Side News
Google News - over 5 years
Dean of ATVs, 9-Time GNCC Champion Bill Ballance, will lead this year's ATV instructors, including current XC2 points leader Walker Fowler, Taylor Kiser, 7-Time GNCC Champion Traci Cecco and Johnny Gallagher. The panel of professional instructors will
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Brian Wolf got his first XC1 win at the Indy 100 GNCC - ATV Magazine
Google News - almost 6 years
Meanwhile, Wolf was fourth behind Honda-mounted Jarrod McClure, McGill and Ballance Racing Yamaha's Bill Ballance when the lead pack hit the woods for the first time. “I snuck by Ballance in one of the fields,” said Wolf. “I sat behind McGill for about
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Compressed Data; 12 Nude Pictures Start A Copyright Extravaganza
NYTimes - about 18 years
As copyright battles go, this one just does not seem to have an end in sight. Just a few weeks after a Federal judge ruled that the Internet Entertainment Group could display 12 nude photos of Laura Schlessinger, the radio talk show celebrity whose program offers advice to both the lovesick and the just plain sick, on its Web site, the company
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Bill Ballance
  • 2004
    Age 85
    Died in 2004.
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  • 2002
    Age 83
    After undergoing quadruple bypass surgery and suffering a stroke in June 2002, Ballance died September 23, 2004.
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  • 1998
    Age 79
    Ballance caused another stir in 1998, when a judge ruled that nude images of Dr. Laura Schlessinger could continue to be posted on a website.
    More Details Hide Details Ballance had sold them to a company and claimed that they were the product of a 1970s affair between himself and Schlessinger, while Schlessinger was married. Schlessinger admitted the affair but claimed she was legally separated and had filed for divorce from her first husband at the time of their affair. Ballance was approximately 30 years older than Schlessinger.
  • 1993
    Age 74
    He retired from radio in 1993, after more than 50 years in the industry.
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  • 1978
    Age 59
    He left Los Angeles in 1978 and went to radio station KFMB in San Diego, where he remained for fifteen years.
    More Details Hide Details While his early years in San Diego were successful from a ratings standpoint, his core audience was much smaller than what he had in Los Angeles. Ballance continued his practice of mixing open-topic callers with various in-studio guests (psychologists, counselors, physicians, etc.), as well as his own hand-written monologues. By the late 1980s, however, his popularity began to wane. As other talk show hosts copied and changed the "shock jock" format, and as the format itself began to evolve into racier topics and discussions, the "Bill Ballance Show" began to seem tame by comparison.
  • 1973
    Age 54
    The Feminine Forum was dropped in 1973, and he began the Bill Ballance Show.
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  • 1971
    Age 52
    In Los Angeles, on KGBS, Ballance became well known as the host of the Feminine Forum radio show, which he managed beginning in 1971.
    More Details Hide Details He is known as the forerunner to "shock jocks" Tom Leykis and Howard Stern, having been accused of exploiting women's rights activists who called in to his show.
  • 1918
    Born in 1918.
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