NATIONAL RADIO HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCES CLASS OF 2012
June 29, 2012 --- The National Radio Hall of Fame announced its Class of 2012 today. The class includes one of radio’s most influential voices of all time as well as a format pioneer, dominating local market legends, a compelling public radio interviewer and radio’s first "African-American" disc jockey.
The inductees are:
Howard Stern, one of radio’s true game changers
Gary Burbank, legendary WLW/Cincinnati broadcaster
Art Laboe, Los Angeles oldies pioneer and syndicated radio personality on Hot 92.3
Ron Chapman, Dallas radio icon
Luther Masingill, Chattanooga, TN radio great for over 70 years
Jack L. Cooper, radio's first African-American disc jockey (deceased)
Fresh Air with Terry Gross, National Public Radio’s insightful interview program
Selections were made by the 23 member National Radio Hall of Fame Steering Committee.
The induction broadcast will take place on Saturday, November 10 at 9pm (CT) from the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago.
Tickets are $350 each, with tables of ten for $3,500--- $5,000 --- $10,000 and $15.000.
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