WTOP News Dedicates Production Studio in Memory of Long Time Production Manager George Moshos

WTOP News Dedicates Production Studio in Memory of Long Time Production Manager, George Moshos

Washington, D.C. (February 14, 2024) – WTOP News announces the dedication of its production studio, The George Moshos Production Studio, in memory of longtime Production Manager, George Gus Moshos.

On Wednesday, February 14 which would have been his 67th birthday, WTOP will honor the life and career of George Moshos who became a fixture during the nearly four decades he worked at WTOP. George was known for many things, not the least of which was his kind-hearted nature. And while audio production work was his passion, his contributions extended far beyond just production. His dedication to his family was evident and to his faith, which was borne out in his multiple terms as President of Saint Katherine’s Greek Orthodox Church in Bailey’s Crossroads Virginia.

General Manager Joel Oxley had this to say about Moshos’ life and career.

“George helped me so much when I first started at WTOP 30 some odd years ago. I knew little about production and he let me know it. His gruff demeanor and direct style took a minute to get used to. But it didn’t take long for me to realize this guy with the glint in his eyes was a person who cared. Really cared. About his job and doing it right and more importantly about people,” said Oxley. “He touched so, so many people and made things better for them. Seems only right to name where he spent so much time of his time ‘The George Moshos Production Studio’”.

Moshos began his career at WTOP in 1982. And some of his most treasured memories came from his 40-year tenure, where he often worked alongside distinguished Hall of Fame athletes, celebrities, and Washington personalities and dignitaries.

Moshos’ family shared their sentiments.

“George took tremendous pride in his work at WTOP. It wasn’t just a job and career to him—it was an extension of his family. We know he would be deeply touched—as we are—by this extraordinary honor,” they said. “Thank you, WTOP, for ensuring that George’s legacy will not be forgotten.”

With his passing on January 11, 2024, George left behind his beloved family, including his siblings, Frances (and Christopher) Kalavritinos, Tina (and Paul) Gonzalez, and James (and Olympia) Moshos, his beloved nephews, Peter Kalavritinos, Gus (and Catina) Moshos, and his beloved niece Reni (and Jared) Worley. He also left behind an extended family of cousins, many family members, friends, and his beloved Saint Katherine family.

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Contact: Elly Rowe 202-895-5041 erowe@wtop.com


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