|National Radio Hall of Fame Announces 2015 Class of Inductees|
Tickets now on sale for the November 5 event in Chicago. Details below.
Voting results from the industry participant panel and nationwide listeners are in. The 2015 National Radio Hall of Fame Inductees are:
Ronn Owens, KGO Radio News Talk 810 San Francisco (Longstanding Local/Regional, 20+ years)
Big Boy (Kurt Alexander), Real 92.3 KRRL-FM Los Angeles; previously Power 106 FM KPWR Los Angeles (Active Local/Regional, 10+ years)
Dave Ramsey, The Dave Ramsey Show (Network/Syndication, 10+ years)
Bob Kevoian & Tom Griswold, The Bob & Tom Show (Longstanding Network/Syndication, 20+ years)
Elvis Duran, Z100 WHTZ-FM New York, Elvis Duran and the Morning Show (Music Format On-Air Personality)
Clark Howard, Atlanta’s News 95-5 and AM 750 WSB-AM, The Clark Howard Show; produced by Cox Media Group (Spoken Word On-Air Personality)
Additionally, the National Radio Hall of Fame steering committee voted to induct the following two individuals for their contribution to the industry:
Dan Mason, longtime CBS Radio President/CEO
Scott Muni, the late legendary air personality of WABC-AM and WNEW-FM
National Radio Hall of Fame Chairman Kraig T. Kitchin comments, “This highly esteemed 2015 class of inductees represents the hard work, drive and unique talent that makes radio great. On behalf of the National Radio Hall of Fame, I want to thank all those who took the time to thoughtfully cast their votes.”
The induction ceremony will be held Thursday, November 5 at 6pm at the Museum of Broadcast and Communications in downtown Chicago. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.radiohof.org.
About the National Radio Hall of Fame and Museum of Broadcast Communications
The institution collects, preserves, and presents historic and contemporary radio and television content as well as educate, inform, and entertain the public through its archives, public programs, screenings, exhibits, publications and online access to its resources. The museum is located at 360 North State Street in downtown Chicago and was founded in 1983 by Bruce DuMont.