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Our history

Don Hallock created the original WGBH Alumni Web site for the first reunion in 2000. Later that year, he moved it to its current URL and stewarded it through a burst of creative energy, publishing dozens of profiles, stories, and images over the next six years, through the 2006 Reunion.

When Don stepped down in 2007, Jay Collier volunteered to serve as publisher. He integrated all of Don’s work into version 2.0 of the site, improving findability and searchability, while continuing to publish new material from alumni.

Now working under the umbrella of The Compass LLC, Jay migrated the site into WordPress in September 2010. With Alumni Web 3.0, visitors can now:

  • Browse through related stories by category or tag, either in the right sidebar, or at the bottom of every page.
  • Add comments on any story or profile; after moderation, they will appear on that story.
  • Submit stories and photos directly on the site.
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  • New stories will be posted to our Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

One Comment

  1. Elizabeth Burton
    Posted July 11, 2012 at 4:00 pm | Permalink

    Bill, I never did Tanglewood, but certainly did Dave Davis’s musical programs. It was a wonderful time to be working at GBH. I’ll never forget the energy and enthusiasm of all of us. We turned a staid “educational” station into an exciting channel. What an honor for you! My best, Elizabeth Burton

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