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Harry Boomer is a newscaster for WOIO news in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Boomer attended Northern Virginia College in Alexandria, Virginia. He has nearly 20 years of news experience, for a total of 30-plus years in broadcasting. Contents 1 Personal history 2 Personal 3 Fan Club 4 Recognitions 5 External links Personal history His career began in Washington, D.C., where he was an on-air personality, talk show host and served in various management positions, including two stints as a news director. Harold Boomer is a 2007 Broadcasters Hall of Fame Inductee. Harold Boomer came to Ohio in 1988 to manage and program WBXT-AM in Canton. He also worked in public television at WEAO/WNEO-TV in Kent, Ohio, as well as at WVIZ-TV in Cleveland. While covering assignments for WOIO/WUAB on a part-time basis in the early 1990s, Harold Boomer was heard regularly on WCPN-90.3 FM/NPR, where he had been assistant news director. He was also a reporter, producer and major contributor to National Public Radio. Among other things, Boomer debuted a statewide news magazine program entitled "Infohio" for the radio station. Increased duties at 19 Action News notwithstanding, Harry's familiar voice will still be heard on a freelance basis for public radio specials on WCPN. Harold Boomer has served as president of the Cleveland chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists (CNABJ), and has been on the board of the Ohio Associated Press, the Citizens Committee on AIDS/HIV and the city of Cleveland Unity Day's Publicity and Education Committee. He is currently serving as a member of the North East Ohio Health Services Board of Directors and as a board member of the Ohio Center for Broadcasting. He is also a member of the Continuing Education Committee at Cleveland State University. Personal Boomer is active in the community, often serving as master of ceremonies at events throughout northeast Ohio. When he's not working, he enjoys talking politics and visiting friends and family around the country. Fan Club Boomer even has his own fan club in the suburban areas of Cleveland.[citation needed] Recognitions Boomer has won awards from the Ohio Associated Press, Ohio Educational Telecommunications, Women In Communications, the Press Club of Cleveland and the National Association of Black Journalists. Boomer is a 2007 inductee to the Broadcaster's Hall of Fame. External links Source for page