Robert Kieve

Robert Kieve was born in Jersey City, attended school in Massachusetts and graduated from Harvard College in 1943. During World War II, he was Information Officer of the American Embassy in Madrid, engaged in American propaganda efforts. He produced several weekly programs on what was then Radio Madrid’s national network, wrote Spain’s first book on radio broadcasting (El Arte Radiofonico, published in 1945) and created a school for radio actors, writers and directors. After the war, he was active in broadcasting in upstate New York and worked as a writer for CBS radio and television in New York City. In 1953 he became a writer on the White House staff of President Eisenhower. In 1957 he became general manager of an AM/FM pair of radio stations in Rochester, NY, and in 1967 he formed Empire Broadcasting corporation, the company which currently owns and operates Radio Stations KLIV and KRTY, which regularly carry his commentaries. He has served as Chairman of the Board of the San Jose Chamber of Commerce, as President of the San Jose Rotary Club, and he has been active in a large number of other organizations, including Symphony Silicon Valley, the Silicon Valley Leadership Group and the San Jose Capital Club.

罗伯特基夫生于泽西城,在马萨诸塞州就学并在1943年毕业于哈弗大学。在二战期间,他在美国驻西班牙大使馆担任信息官,从事于战争宣传。他主编了多个周刊节目并在马德里国家广播电台播出并创办了一所旨在培养广播人才的学校。战后他工作于纽约州电台并于纽约市担任CBS的作家。1953年他成为艾森豪威尔总统的白宫作家。在1957年他成为纽约州罗切斯特市的广播电台总经理。他于1967年成立的帝国广播集团。他是圣何塞省会的主席和圣何塞扶轮社的主席。他同时也在其他众多组织中担任要职。