Ed Brouder is a Connecticut native who has lived in New Hampshire since 1974.

He earned a BS in Management from the UNH College for Lifelong Learning in 1997 and a master's degree in Internet Strategy Management from the Graduate Center of Marlboro College in 1999.

He has taught communications courses at Nashua Community College since 2014. He previously taught broadcasting and digital media courses at Mount Washington College (formerly Hesser College) from 2009-2016 and radio programming classes at New England College in Henniker, NH for three years during the 1980s.

Ed is a former executive director of the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters. He worked at radio stations in Connecticut, Vermont and New Hampshire for 37 years. He was a news editor with WZID/WFEA/WMLL from 1992-2009. Since 1992 he has served as Chairman of the NH State Emergency Communications Committee with responsibility for the state's Emergency Alert System.

Ed's radio work has been recognized with an Ohio State Award for Excellence in Social Sciences and Public Affairs, an American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award, the Scripps Howard Foundation Jack R. Howard Award for Outstanding Public Service, and the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for Broadcast Excellence.

His first book, Granite and Ether: A Chronicle of New Hampshire Broadcasting, was published in 1993. In 2006 he co-authored another book, Manchester's Airport: Flying Through Time.

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