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Freed Studio Construction Begins; Beeler’s Role Cited

Freed Studio Construction Begins; Beeler's Role Cited

Construction begins this week on the new Alan Freed Radio Studio at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland. The modernized broadcast facility will be available to radio stations for remotes and special events starting next month.
Corporate Donor Manager John Grayson sent an e-mail to colleagues with an update on the project, and included an acknowledgement of the role that Scott Beeler had had in it. Beeler, an executive with ERI, died last week in an automobile accident near his home.
“If there ever was a patron saint of this effort it would have to be Scott Beeler,” Grayson wrote. “While we formally dedicate the new studio to the memory of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Alan Freed, in the hearts of many of our partners in the radio equipment business we will informally dedicate our efforts to build this studio in Scott’s honor.”