Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
j. R. virhdy Lebanon Native rogram Manager Of TV Station Joseph R. Varholy, a Lebanon native, has been named pro- ram manager of WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, it was *nnounc- d today by the station rnana- ;er, Neal Van Ells. A former Leb-1 tnon Daily! *Jews carrier! boy Varholy isj a 1950 graduate I >f Lebanon] High School and he son of Mr. j and Mrs. Joeph C. Var-| loly, 1022 Nowen St. Prior to going :o Cleveland, Varholy was a producer-director of WRCV-TV now KYW-TV) in Philadelphia. While with that station he received Freedoms Foundation Awards in 1962, 1963 and 1964; :he Gabriel Award of the Catho- ic Broadcasters Association, the American Legion Gold Mike Award, the Vigilant Patriot Award, the Russel L. Cecil Award, and the 1964 duPont Award. He received special citations from the Philadelphia Archdiocese and the Council of Churches and over two dozen Greater Philadelphia civic organizations. Varholy has been in Cleveland since 1965, where his duties have included coordination of the complete colorizatioo of the station, liaison between the engineering and production departments; and supervision of all station operations involving announcers, stagehands, producer-directors, and associate di- rectors. Before joining the Philadelphia station Varholy was a director and technical director for WGAL-TV in Lancaster. A 1954 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. degree in radio-TV and dramatics, Varholy served in the U. S. Army for two years. His father is a retired REA express worker. Varholy and his wife, Mary, have a two-year-old son and live (n Rocky River, Ohio.