Radio Hall Of Fame

The results are in for the class of 2019 Radio Hall of Fame inductees who will be honored on Nov. 8, in New York City at one of midtown-Manhattan’s landmarks, Gotham Hall.

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The inductees are:

Sean “Hollywood” Hamilton
103.5 KTU New York
Weekly Top 30 Countdown, nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks

Harry Harrison
On-air morning personality, New York’s WMCA-AM, WABC-AM and WCBS-FM
Longstanding Local/Regional, 20+ years

Kevin and Bean (Kevin Ryder, Gene “Bean” Baxter)
The Kevin & Bean Show, KROQ-FM, Los Angeles
Active Local/Regional, 10+ years

Joe Madison
Joe Madison, The Black Eagle, SiriusXM Urban View

Jim Rome
The Jim Rome Show, CBS Sports Radio
(Longstanding Network/Syndication, 20+ years)

Ryan Seacrest
KIIS-FM Los Angeles
On Air with Ryan Seacrest
American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest, nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks

John Tesh
Intelligence for your Life,nationally syndicated by Compass Media Networks
(Active Network/Syndication, 10+ years)

Dr. Ruth Westheimer
The Dr. Ruth Show, NBC Radio
Sexually Speaking, WYNY-FM New York

“I’m especially proud to welcome these individuals into the Radio Hall of Fame.  Their on-air performances and audience relationships are especially remarkable.  Each of our 2019 nominees are worthy of induction and I’m appreciative of all those who participated in our process of selecting our Class of 2019, who will join the 238 Radio Hall of Fame inductees already recognized for their great work.”

Kraig Kitchin, Chairman/Radio Hall of Fame

Four inductees were determined by a voting participant panel comprised of nearly 1,000 industry professionals and four inductees were voted on by the Radio Hall of Fame Nominating Committee, two with input from the public.  The outcome of the listener vote for a music format and spoken word format on-air personality counted as one vote among the committee votes.  The process was administered by Votem and overseen by the certified public accounting firm Miller Kaplan Arase LLP.

Tickets to the induction ceremony are now available here.  A portion of ticket purchases is a tax-deductible charitable donation to the Museum of Broadcast Communications.

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