Ken Freedman Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

is general manager of WFMU, a freeform and independent radio station. He co-hosts the comedy program Seven Second Delay with Andy Breckman, as well as hosting his own freeform radio program. Freedman is a resident of Hoboken, New Jersey.

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Ken Freedman Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth February 18, 1959
Birth Day February 18
Birth Years 1959
Age 63 years old
Birth Place General manager of WFMU
Birth City
Birth Country United States of America
Nationality American
Famous As Musician
Also Known for Musician
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Occupation Musician

Also Known by the Full name Ken Freedman, is a Good Musician. He was born on February 18, 1959, in General manager of WFMU. is a beautiful and populous city located in General manager of WFMU United States of America.

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Ken Freedman Net Worth

Ken Freedman has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Musician. Famously known as the Musician of United States of America. He is seen as one of the most successful Musician of all times. Ken Freedman Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful American Musician.

Ken entered the career as Musician In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Born on February 18, 1959, the Musician is Probably the most famous person on social media. Ken is a popular celebrity and social media influencer. With his huge number of social media followers, he frequently shares numerous individual media files for viewers to comment with his massive amount of support from followers across all major social media sites. Affectively interact with and touch his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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In 2019, he made his television acting debut as a walk-on in the series Russian Doll.


In 2013, Freedman initiated the creation of a suite of software for broadcasters, journalists and online publishers known as the Audience Engine.

In 2013, he began performing stand-up comedy and has performed acts at the New York Comedy Club, the Broadway Comedy Club, the Greenwich Village Comedy Club and other venues in New York, New Jersey and San Francisco.


Freedman pioneered the use of direct licensing for broadcasters, obtaining alternative copyrights and waivers to address restrictions placed on broadcasters by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. In 2007, Freedman built on these direct licensing activities and founded WFMU’s Free Music Archive, an open source library of copyright-cleared music and audio which launched in April 2009.


Freedman has served on the board of public science and technology company New Brunswick Scientific Company (purchased in 2004 by Eppendorf) and was a board member (for four years) and technology advisor to National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB). He has spoken and presented at conferences sponsored by The Future of Music Coalition, National Public Radio, the Integrated Media Association, the Audio Engineering Society (AES), O’Reilly Media’s Newsfoo Conference, The Awesome Foundation Summit, the University of British Columbia and the National Federation of Community Broadcasters.


A core strategy for the station was to embrace the World Wide Web, launching its website in 1993, streaming its broadcasts full-time in 1997, and archiving most broadcasts from 2000. Under Freedman’s management, annual donations to the station (which is funded exclusively by listener support) grew from $50,000 in 1983, to $750,000 in 1999, to over $1,800,000 in 2012. Freedman has made it his mission to keep up with digital technological developments and how they impact radio. “I keep abreast of new technology mainly from my children and their friends, as well as the youngest generation of programmers and superfans at WFMU,” he explained in a 2018 Radio World interview.


In 1992, he founded the non-profit organization Auricle Communications, which purchased WFMU’s license from Upsala in 1994. These actions allowed WFMU to survive when the college went bankrupt in 1995.


In 1989, Freedman successfully fended off a challenge to the station’s license from four rival broadcasters, who claimed that WFMU was broadcasting above its legal power limit.


Freedman is a resident of Hoboken, New Jersey. He has been married to Harriett (“Hank”) Lewis since 1987. They have two children, Harry and Daisy. Ken’s brother, Samuel G. Freedman, is an author of several books, as well as a religion columnist for The New York Times, and a Professor at the Columbia School of Journalism. Their Sister Carol is the founder of Carol’s Creative Chocolatez.


In February 1986, Freedman launched a program guide/zine called LCD (Lowest Common Denominator), featuring work by many internationally known writers and artists, including Nick Tosches, Jim Woodring, Drew Friedman, Gary Panter, Harvey Pekar, Dan Clowes, Tony Millionaire, and Chris Ware. In November 2007, The Best of LCD: The Art and Writing of WFMU, was published by Princeton Architectural Press. It was compiled and edited by longtime WFMU radio host Dave “The Spazz” Abramson.


Freedman joined WFMU as a DJ in December 1983, and succeeded Bruce Longstreet as general manager in August 1985. At the time, WFMU was licensed to and owned by Upsala College, and based in East Orange, New Jersey.


Freedman hosted his first radio program in 1976 as a DJ at Highland Park High School station WVHP. He served as station manager of WCBN-FM, the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor’s freeform outlet, where he marked the 1980 election of Ronald Reagan by playing Lesley Gore’s “It’s My Party (And I’ll Cry If I Want To)” for eighteen consecutive hours.


Ken Freedman (born February 18, 1959) is general manager of WFMU, a freeform and independent radio station. He co-hosts the conceptual comedy program Seven Second Delay with Andy Breckman, as well as hosting his own freeform radio program on Wednesday mornings (9:00–noon Eastern Time). He is the co-founder of Congera, a public benefit corporation.

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