Inductees will be honored at the annual Radio Hall of Fame ceremony in Chicago, currently scheduled for October 2020.
Radio Hall of Fame nominations can be made in the following categories:
- Longstanding Local/Regional (20 years or more)
- Active Local/Regional (10 years or more)
- Networks/Syndication (10 years or more)
- Longstanding Network/Syndication (20 years or more)
- Music Format On-Air Personality and/or Spoken Word On-Air Personality
To make a nomination, visit www.radiohalloffame.com/nominate.
The Radio Hall of Fame’s Nominating Committee selects a group of radio personalities and programs for nomination each year. The Committee accepts and takes into consideration the suggestions from members of the radio industry and from listeners nationwide.
Nominees in four of the six categories are then voted upon by members of the radio industry for induction into the Radio Hall of Fame. Nominees in two categories receive both voting consideration by the listening public and the Nominating Committee.
This fall also marks the 100th anniversary of the radio industry, included as be part of this year’s celebration, with KDKA in Pittsburgh often cited as the first commercial radio station in the United States for broadcasting the 1920 presidential election returns.
“Being the 100th anniversary of radio makes this year’s celebration even more special,” said Radio Hall of Fame chairman Kraig T. Kitchin in a press release.