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John Hines

 

John Hines

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Annaliese Puccini
Bio/Wiki
Full NameAnnaliese Puccini
NicknameNot Known
Profession(s)Event designer
Famous ForBeing contestant In The Bachelor (Season 22) &
Bachelor In Paradise
DebutNot Known
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 170 cm

in meters- 1.7 m

in feet inches- 5ft 6inch
Weight (approx.)In Kilogram-
In Pound-
Figure Measurements (approx.)Not Known
Eye ColorGreen
Hair ColorBlonde
Personal Life
Date of BirthOctober 12, 1984
Age (as in 2019) 33 Year
BirthplaceIn US
Zodiac sign/Sun signLibra
NationalityAmerican
HometownNot Known
SchoolNot Known
College/UniversityNot Known
Educational QualificationNot Known
ReligionChristian
Ethnicity/Race White American
HobbiesNot Known
Honors/AwardsNot Known
Relationships & More
Sexual Orientation Straight
Affairs/BoyfriendsNot Known
Marital StatusUnmarried
Marriage DateN/A
Family
ParentsFather- Bob Puccini
Mother- Sally Puccini
SiblingsNot Known
Money Factor
SalaryNot Known
Net Worth$100K-1M (Approx.

Some Unknown Fact About John Hines

  • Does John Hines drink Alcohol?; Unknown
  • Does John Hines Smoke?; Not known
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About John Hines

A familiar voice for many Twin Cities radio listeners for years will soon grace the airwaves a little less.

WCCO radio host John Hines announced Friday that he plans to retire at the end of the summer, leaving the 9 a.m.-noon daily slot he’s filled for the station since 2012.

 

Hines, whose 45-year career in the Twin Cities radio industry earned him a spot in the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame last year, will continue to fill in part-time at WCCO after finishing his daily career at this year’s Minnesota State Fair.

“I am thankful to the many listeners who have supported me over the years and to WCCO in allowing me the opportunity to extend my career these past years,” Hines said in a news release. “I am also pleased that WCCO has invited me to stay on in a part-time/fill in capacity.”

Hines joined the radio business after graduating from Roosevelt High School in 1971. After training at Brown Institute and a brief stint at a station in Illinois, he returned to the Twin Cities to join WWTC.

Since then, Hines has hosted shows on KSTP-AM, KSTP-TV, WLOL and K102. He briefly worked in TV early in his career but moved back to radio because he liked the hours better. His gig with Bob Berglund in the 1980s on WLOL raised his profile locally as their show took the station to the No. 1 spot in the market.

Hines was also the first nonjournalist embedded with soldiers in Iraq.

“I have had and will continue [to a lesser degree] to have the time of my life,” he posted with the announcement of his plans to retire on Facebook.