Allan Page
OAB Hall of Fame
Inducted 1987

Allan Page began his radio career in 1937 at KOAM in Pittsburg, Kansas. In 1939, he moved to KVOO in Tulsa as a junior announcer. In 1945, Allan went to KOMA in Oklahoma City where he produced a 45-minute, country variety show, “The Oklahoma Roundup”, a five time a week, 45-minute, country variety show which was fed nationally to CBS Radio Network from OKC and was the number on rated national show during its time slot.

He left KOMA in 1947 to become general manager of KSWO in Lawton. In 1955 he moved to Enid, Oklahoma as President and General Manager of KGWA. He became sole owner of KGWA in 1975. Allan placed on the air what is now KOFM in Enid. He is also a stockholder in KRPT in Anadarko, Oklahoma.

Among his many contributions to the broadcasting industry in Oklahoma, Allan Page served as president of the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters in 1952.