Milton Metz

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Milton Metz (c. 1921 – January 12, 2017) was an American radio and television personality in Louisville, Kentucky. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He occasionally did commercial work for local radio and television stations until he was unable to due to his health in the last year of his life.

Metz was inducted into the University of Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame in 1989.[1] He was also named as a Gold Circle Honoree in 2009 by the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.[2]

Metz died in Louisville, Kentucky at a retirement facility from complications of a fall on January 12, 2017, aged 95.[3]

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  1. "Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame Inductees, 1981-1989"". "University of Kentucky".
  2. "Ohio Valley Chapter of Nationnal Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - Gold and Silver Circle Honorees". ohiovalleyemmy.org. Retrieved 5 June 2016.
  3. ""WHAS legend Milton Metz dies at age 95"". WHAS-TV. 2017-01-12.