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Harold Levine

Harold Levine, who was passionate about radio, was honored posthumously at Ball High School's Red Carpet Awards Ceremony in Galveston. 

Harold Levine was honored posthumously at Ball High School's Red Carpet Awards Ceremony in Galveston. Levine was passionate about radio. Though a controller by day, he spent much of his free time chronicling music history by seeking out hard-to-find songs for his 24-hour Internet radio stations run out of his Meyerland home, the Bop Radio Group. Three stations are still operating: Radio Bop, Bop Radio 1 and Radio Swing Worldwide. Ball High media arts coach Michael Dudas invited Levine to speak many times during the school year to his students, who operate the KTOR radio station and broadcast news and announcements in the school's TV production studio. Harold's wife, Martine Levine, is donating the three radio stations to Ball High School. Harold championed education and reflected fondly on his specialty courses from Gainesville High School.

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