Ted Rogers inducted into the Wireless Hall of Fame

It’s been a couple years since Rogers Communications founder Ted Rogers passed away. It was announced that he has now been officially inducted into the international Wireless History Foundation Hall of Fame.

The official ceremony took place on October 5th in San Fransisco and accepting the honour for him was Melinda M. Rogers. She stated that “Until his death two years ago, dad was often dubbed a ‘media mogul’ and a ‘cable czar’. But arguably his greatest success came in wireless telecommunications. He was a driving force, a visionary, a pioneer and a titan across the wide spectrum of communications. Honouring his legacy by the Wireless History Foundation is truly appreciated by the Rogers family and I know dad would be delighted, too.”

Nice gesture and well deserved. Congrats to the Rogers family and everyone at Rogers.

Source: CNW