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Highlights of a Lowlife: The Autobiography of Milan Melvin Paperback – January 6, 2016
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About the Author
An independent journalist, broadcaster and documentary filmmaker, Peter Laufer is currently the James Wallace Chair in Journalism at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication.
He took his first radio job while in high school at the all-talk radio station KNEW in Oakland. From there he moved to KSFO San Francisco as a news writer and in 1970 joined KSAN, the infamous Jive 95, co-founded by the subject of this book.
As news reporter, talk show host, bureau chief and news director, Laufer has since worked for radio stations and media networks throughout the US and Europe.
After studying at UC Berkeley, he earned his Master’s in Communications from the American University in Washington DC and his PhD in Cultural Studies from Leeds Metropolitan University in England, followed by post-graduate studies in Germany, France and Spain.
A frequent speaker and guest lecturer on media subjects around the world, Peter Laufer has written, co-authored or edited over 20 books.
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Milan was kind to me when Jack died but he surely was a terrible influence on Jack Towle. Enough said rest in peace Milan. You were loved and a hell of a guy.