Glenn Flint

Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame

Glenn Flint

Inducted 2002

Glenn Flint enjoyed a distinguished career in radio and brought television to central Minnesota. He entered broadcasting in 1941, playing in the house orchestra at WDAY Fargo, North Dakota. After serving in the US Army Corps of Engineers, he returned to WDAY and joined the news department as writer and director. He entered television in 1953 as news director and anchor for the new station WDAY TV. In 1958 he became vice president and general manager for KCMT TV Alexandria (now KCCO TV), the first television station in central Minnesota. He served as the station's general manager until 1987, and also built a sister FM station, KCMT FM Alexandria (now KIKV FM) in 1970. In 1979 he became chairman of North American Communications of Fargo, North Dakota. He was also a past president of the Minnesota Broadcasters Association and the Northwest Radio-TV News Association.

Glenn Flint passed away February 17, 1999 at the age of 75.