WCTC’s Ellery Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
June 14, 2012
WCTC personality Jack Ellery received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the New Jersey Broadcasters Association at their 65th annual conference and gala in Atlantic City at Caesars.
Without exception, Greater media’s Ellery is the most famous air personality in WCTC’s long history. Jack has been on the air in Central Jersey for most of the past five decades. He began his legendary career at WCTC in 1962 and was the morning show host for 20 years when the station was playing music. Jack then left for talk show stints at WIP and WWDB in Philadelphia and WFLA in Tampa.
Jack came back to WCTC in 1989 to help launch their talk format in the mornings. Jack’s third tour of duty at WCTC began in 2003 and continues to this day. Jack’s tenure at WCTC has been highlighted by his provocative and evocative talk, his keen insight into Central Jersey and his many on-air fund-raising successes.