In 1979 he originated the popular "on-location" interview program TALK OF THE TOWN for San Francisco's KMPX. The program was known for attracting the biggest celebrities currently in town, and was broadcast from the famous Mark Hopkins Hotel "atop Nob Hill". The show was frequently co-hosted by Craig's close friend, San Francisco radio legend, Russ Syracuse.
Mr. Lundquist won several awards for documentary programs and is considered a journalism expert on economics and national politics (during Watergate he broke one of the "sidebar" Watergate stories for CBS radio news).
Craig also served as the first station manager for WMGX (MAGIC 93) Radio in Portland ME (1977-78).
Craig is a published writer (both fiction and fact) and a commercial voice for radio/TV in New York.
Currently he owns and operates an NYC media company called MEDIA DRIVE, involved with entertainment production, marketing, and consultancy.
His major focus today is writing and developing script content for feature films and TV series.
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