WSOU Alumni

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2024 Hall of Fame Celebration

Join WSOU and fellow WSOU alumni in honoring the 2024 WSOU Hall of Fame Inductees!  WSOU’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements made by WSOU alumni in their broadcast careers. We are looking forward to celebrating with you all.

April 17, 2024
6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Jubilee Hall Atrium
Seton Hall University

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2024 Hall of Fame Inductee - Kim Mulligan '95

Kim Mulligan '95

I’ve been kicking around in radio since 1989 when Hall of Famer Dave Packer got me my first gig at WXCT in Hamden, CT. That station was full of seasoned radio talent…Not to mention some colorful characters. One of those characters helped me land my next job way out on Long Island in Sag Harbor where I worked for the legendary Paul Sidney. What a trip that was, but I guess life in a whaling town wasn’t for me and I ended up back in NJ asking probing questions like, “Would you like another Grey Goose martini, sir?” Luckily, someone took mercy on me and offered me a production job at Unistar Radio Network in the heart of Times Square on 42nd St. Right next door to a swanky place called Les Gals. Eventually, Unistar turned into Westwood One and moved 10 blocks north to 52nd St. There I stayed and had a blast for about 9 years.

I’m really not sure how I ended up selling health club memberships as we entered the 21st century, but that’s where I cooled my heels until another WSOU alum, Stacey X, brought me into Sirius and onto the channel that became Hair Nation. This was my dream job. Satellite radio was brand new at the time and it was like the wild west! What fun we had!

At some point, I ended up at WDHA. This is where I had the honor of working with the illustrious Hall of Famer Matt DeVoti. The Rock of NJ was my home until 2017 when I went back across the mighty Hudson to Fox News Radio where I currently serve as a Network Audio Operator & Podcast Production Operator. That’s a long title…And this is a long story, but I wouldn’t change a thing about it. The radio business is full of unique characters and I’m happy to be one of them.

WSOU Distinguished Young Alumnus - Rachel Haggerty '19

Rachel Haggerty '19

Rachel graduated Seton Hall University in 2019, and was a member of WSOU since before her Freshman year. She spent two years as Assistant Technical Operations Director before moving into the student manager role her senior year. After graduation, Rachel participated in the National Association of Broadcasters Technology Apprenticeship Program, completing an internship with iHeartMedia's New York City cluster of radio stations.

Rachel spent the first two years post-college moving through various roles nationally at iHeartMedia before becoming the Assistant Chief Engineer of WABC-AM. Since 2023, Rachel is now back at iHeartMedia New York, working for their syndicated programming, Premiere Networks, on their nationally broadcasted talk shows. Rachel is an active member of the Society of Broadcast Engineers, holding their Certificate in Broadcast Radio Engineering, and is still involved in the NAB's Leadership Foundation, recently speaking at the New York NAB Show.