Stanley E. Hubbard

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Stanley E. Hubbard, a broadcast pioneer whose Hubbard Broadcasting owns television and radio stations in Minnesota, New Mexico and Florida, died Dec. 27 at 95.

He put Minneapolis radio station WAMD-AM on the air in 1923 and started KSTP-TV in 1948.

Survivors include his wife, a daughter and a son.

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