Alex Dreier narrated a promotional 45-RPM 7" record made for The Hallicrafters Company, a manufacturer of shortwave radio equipment that was based in Chicago, IL. In the liner notes he is described as "Radio-TV's Man On The Go."
5' 10½" (1.79 m)
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For many years, Alex was a reporter, correspondent, and news anchor for the local NBC TV network affiliate in Chicago: WNBQ and when their call letters changed, WMAQ. As anchor, he was replaced by Floyd Kalber
in 1962. Dreier won acclaim for his coverage of the Korean war.