Ken Greenwood
OAB Hall of Fame
Inducted 1989

Ken Greenwood came to Tulsa in the early ‘60’s from Nebraska. From sports announcer to program director to sales person to manager to President of a major broadcast chain, Ken Greenwood has made many contributions to the industry. He built KRMG into the dominant radio station in the market and one of the leading stations in the country.

Ken’s powerful voice in community affairs through his editorials won many awards. He gave much to the State of Oklahoma. He has been called the “Father of Tourism in Oklahoma”. He gave birth to the “Great Raft Race” in Tulsa which led to the development of River Park. Because of his service at the University of Tulsa, he guided many young people into broadcasting.

As a sales trainer he has traveled the United States and Canada yet he found time to help form and become the first president of the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Educational Foundation He served on the OAB Board of Directors and was president in 1969. He has been an Ambassador for Oklahoma who always served to leave things a little better than they were when he got there.