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NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame

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The NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame is a yearly honor from the National Association of Broadcasters. One inductee from radio and one from television are named at the yearly NAB conference.

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Radio

For list of award winners, see footnote
  • 1977 William S. Paley, Jack Benny, Fred Allen, Lowell Thomas, Edward R. Murrow, Milton Cross, David Sarnoff, Ted Husing, Edwin Armstrong, Herbert Hoover, Gene Autry, Freeman S. Gosden, Charles J. Correll, Bob Hope, Graham McNamee
  • 1978 Arthur Godfrey, Jim Jordan, Marian Jordan, Walter Winchell, Guglielmo Marconi
  • 1979 Paul Harvey, Orson Welles
  • 1980 Bing Crosby, George Burns
  • 1981 Ronald Reagan, Kate Smith
  • 1982 Edgar Bergen, Don McNeill
  • 1983 Chester Lauck, Norris Goff, Benny Goodman
  • 1984 Red Skelton, Bob Elliot, Ray Goulding
  • 1985 Casey Kasem, Fred Palmer
  • 1986 Mel Allen, Earl Nightingale
  • 1987 Robert Trout, Gordon McLendon, Todd Storz
  • 1988 Roy Acuff, William B. Williams
  • 1989 Red Barber, Nathan Safir
  • 1990 Charles Osgood, Hal Jackson
  • 1991 Douglas Edwards
  • 1992 Larry King
  • 1993 Grand Ole Opry
  • 1994 Harry Caray
  • 1995 Gary Owens
  • 1996 Don Imus
  • 1997 Wally Phillips
  • 1998 Rush Limbaugh
  • 1999 Wolfman Jack
  • 2000 Tom Joyner
  • 2001 Bruce Morrow
  • 2002 Dick Orkin
  • 2003 Scott Shannon
  • 2004 Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Music and the Spoken Word
  • 2005 Jack Buck
  • 2006 Dick Purtan
  • 2007 Rick Dees
  • 2008 Larry Lujack
  • 2009 Vin Scully
  • 2010 Ron Chapman
  • 2011 Gerry House
  • 2012 Bob Uecker
  • 2013 Dave Ramsey
  • 2014 Steve Harvey
  • 2015 Kevin and Bean
  • 2016 Mike & Mike (Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic)
  • Television

    For list of award winners, see footnote

    References

    NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame Wikipedia


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