is a retired broadcaster and active business advisor living in Madison, Wisconsin. In the winter months he lives in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Abramson was a manager for 11-station (now 42 including translators) statewide NPR affiliate Wisconsin Public Radio network (WPR). WPR is produces nationally heard public radio content “To The Best of Our Knowledge,” and other programs.
In the early 1970s he worked his way through college as an album rock radio (now called classic rock) announcer in Wisconsin’s Fox River Valley and Green Bay regions before excelling at audience-building for public media. As a volunteer he is presently Outreach Coordinator for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hidalgo County in San Juan.
The Rio Grande Guardian was the first online newspaper to launch on the South Texas border, starting out in July, 2005. It is still the market leader, setting the pace and breaking news often before traditional media outlets.