2009 Judges Bios
Jim Hausfeld has been writing and producing radio commercials and imaging for 20 years. As the Creative Services Director for the eight Dayton, Ohio stations operated by Clear Channel Radio, he’s got his hands full, but for most of that time, he's also headed In-Haus Productions, a freelance writing and production company that specializes in delivering results through radio advertising. For his efforts, Jim has collected nearly 100 local, regional, and national advertising awards, including a National Addy Award and an International Radio and Production RAP Award. He's a past two-year President of the Greater Dayton Advertising Association, and a past board member of Dayton's Better Business Bureau.
Jeffrey is a radio creator / director / talent / producer / storyteller / songwriter, as well as the President of Hedquist Productions, Inc. in Fairfield, Iowa. You may have heard his voice on national commercials for Goodyear, Ford, Delta Airlines, Sunbeam, Time-Life, NAPA, Cingular and others. He’s also produced thousands of radio commercials, TV soundtracks, and audio books. Jeffrey works with clients, agencies, and producers in 44 states, and has won more than 700 advertising awards, including CLIOs, Silver Microphones, ADDYs, The One Show, Effies, RadioBest, and many others. He’s a national speaker, seminar leader, and a featured columnist for Radio Ink, Radio & Records, Radio And Production, and other radio trade publications.
Michael has been a broadcast producer, writer, director, musician and voice actor for forty years. He has won several ADDY Awards, including two Best of Shows. Michael has been ADDY Chair and Judging Chair at the local level many times. He was Judging Chair during his years on the 9th District American Advertising Federation Board and served on the AAF National ADDY Committee for four years. Michael is a past President of AAF/Des Moines and past Governor of the 9th District AAF. He’s been an ADDY judge for twenty years and has judged such diverse markets as Tampa, Austin, Baton Rouge, Davenport, Spokane, Green Bay, Indianapolis, Louisville, the 8th