John Grayson Leaves Rock Hall

John Grayson Leaves Rock Hall
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John Grayson Leaves Rock Hall

From Radio World's People News page:
John Grayson leaves the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, where he had been senior donor manager and had worked for three years. He will become director of development at the Museum of Contemporary Art-Cleveland.
Grayson brought a little slice of the radio broadcast industry to the Rock Hall. He had worked earlier for Allied Broadcast Equipment, later Harris, Graysonics Inc, Listen Technologies Corp. and Telos Systems/Omnia Audio. And while at the Rock Hall, he secured the gift of a new radio studio from Broadcasters General Store, which was named in honor of legendary DJ and Hall of Fame inductee Alan Freed.