Glenn Beck Voted Into Radio Hall of Fame
On Monday, radio and TV host Glenn Beck announced that he had been inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.
Beck was nominated last month in the Spoken Word On-Air category, and was voted in by fans.
From Beck’s Monday morning radio show:
“We have an announcement to make: I have been inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. It’s really exciting for me and my family, and thank you if you voted.”
Beck beat out candidates from three other shows: John & Ken from “The John & Ken Show” on KFI-AM, Los Angeles; Stephanie Miller of “The Stephanie Miller Show” on WYD Media; and “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” on NPR.
Other 2020 class inductees include Angie Martinez of WWPR-FM, New York City; Cokie Roberts of NPR; “The Breakfast Club,” featuring Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy; and Sway Calloway of “Sway In The Morning with Heather B & Tracy G” on Shade45/Sirius XM.
Beck, along with the other nominees, will be be honored October 29 during an induction ceremony fittingly streamed as a live radio broadcast across several audio platforms.
Congratulations on the well-deserved honor, Glenn. We hope to be able to watch and hear you for many more years to come.