Emmett McAuliffe

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R. Emmett McAuliffe, Jr. is an American intellectual property and entertainment lawyer. He formerly hosted a radio talk show in Saint Louis, Missouri.

Legal career[edit]

McAuliffe is an intellectual property attorney with the law firm of Riezman Berger. He was first admitted to the Missouri bar in 1983. He is the past president of St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts. He is a member of the Missouri Arts Council. He is the lawyer for the Digital Content Exchange, a proposed solution to allow free rein of digital media use by internet users while controlling piracy.

Mass Media Career[edit]

McAuliffe retired from his side-career in TV and radio in 2008 to devote more time to his other interests including blogging.

Education[edit]

McAuliffe graduated from Saint Louis Priory School, Wabash College, and Vanderbilt University Law School.

McAuliffe's Radio History[edit]

Years Station City On-Air Position
1976-1980 WNDY-FM Crawfordsville, IN Disc Jockey
1979-1985 KWUR-FM St. Louis, MO Disc Jockey
1980-1983 WRVU-FM Nashville, TN Disc Jockey
1984-1986 KSLH-FM St. Louis, MO Program Host and Announcer
1986-1991 KDHX-FM St. Louis, MO Morning Show Host and Disc Jockey
1987-1994 WGNU-AM St. Louis MO Talk Host
1991-1993 KYMC-FM St. Louis, MO Disc Jockey
1994-1996 KJSL-AM St. Louis, MO Talk Host
1996-2008 KMOX-AM St. Louis, MO Talk Host

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