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Monday, July 11, 2016

Radio Hall of Fame

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As the website says, the mission of the National Radio Hall of Fame & Museum is to “recognize and showcase contemporary talent from today’s diverse programming formats, as well as the pioneers who shaped the medium during its infancy.” It was formed by broadcaster Bruce DuMont. Its first class of inductees was in 1988. There are various categories, but I only list the music/variety (MV) and disc jockey (DJ) inductees from 1988 to 2016.

  • Gene Autry (MV)
  • Dick Bartley (DJ)
  • Martin Block (DJ)
  • Dick Biondi (DJ)
  • Dick Clark (DJ)
  • Jack L. Cooper (DJ)
  • Bing Crosby (MV)
  • Yvonne Daniels (DJ)
  • Rick Dees (DJ)
  • Tommy Dorsey (MV)
  • Dr. Demento (MV)
  • Elvis Duran (DJ)
  • Ralph Edwards (MV)
  • Ralph Emery (DJ)
  • Alan Freed (DJ)
  • Blair Garner (DJ)
  • Arthur Godfrey (MV)
  • Benny Goodman (MV)
  • Karl Haas (DJ)
  • Terri Hemment (DJ)
  • Dan Ingram (DJ)
  • Hal Jackson (DJ)
  • Tom Joyner (DJ)
  • Casey Kasem (DJ)
  • Murray “The K” Kaufman (DJ)
  • Garrison Keillor (MV)
  • Herb Kent (DJ)
  • Kay Kyser (MV)
  • Art Laboe (DJ)
  • Larry Lujack (DJ)
  • Marian McPartland (MV)
  • Robert W. Morgan (DJ)
  • Bruce Morrow (DJ)
  • Scott Muni (DJ)
  • Gary Owens (DJ)
  • Chuck Schaden (MV)
  • Scott Shannon (DJ)
  • Kate Smith (MV)
  • Charlie Tuna (DJ)
  • Ed Walker (MV)
  • Wendy Williams (DJ)
  • William B. Williams (DJ)
  • Dick Wittinghill (DJ)
  • Wolfman Jack (DJ)

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