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American talk radio show host at WGN (AM) in Chicago and previously at WCCO (AM) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Wikipedia

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    American sports columnist, radio talk show host on Portland's 750 AM "The Game". Also syndicated in Eugene, Ore. and Klamath Falls, Ore. He is also the lead sports columnist at The Oregonian newspaper in Portland, Oregon and a sports commentator on KGW-TV, Portland's NBC affiliate. Wikipedia

  • Roe Conn

    American talk radio host based in Chicago. Saturday overnights on WDUB in Granville, Ohio. Wikipedia

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  • American radio personality, best known for hosting WGN's midday radio show from Chicago for 31 years and for his appearances on WGN-TV's news and Christmas specials. He also hosted Family Classics after Frazier Thomas died. Wikipedia

  • American talk radio host. He currently hosts The State of Things on North Carolina Public Radio. Wikipedia

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    American radio talk show host. Together with Chris Russo, he launched Mike and the Mad Dog in 1989 on WFAN in New York City, one of the most successful sports-talk radio programs in American history. Wikipedia

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    American talk radio host and author. Two-time winner of the Electronic Media Award for Best Local Radio Talk Show. Wikipedia

  • American motivational speaker, attorney, political activist, and radio talk show host. Born and raised on Chicago's South Side, where he attended and graduated from Lindblom High School in 1992. Wikipedia

  • Doug Karsch

    American talk radio show host and Michigan Wolverines sports reporter based in Detroit, Michigan. Karsch graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in communications. Wikipedia

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    Host of a talk radio counseling show, Advice Line. Author and creator of a type of mindfulness meditation exercise, which has appeared in his books and recordings. Wikipedia

  • American talk radio host. Broadcast on WWDC in Washington, D.C., WRXL in Richmond, Virginia and WBWZ in Poughkeepsie, New York Wikipedia

  • Radio broadcast personality in the Minneapolis, Minnesota radio market. Co-host of the KCMP-FM program Oake and Riley in the Morning. Wikipedia

  • Controversial and highly influential American radio talk show host in the 1980s and 1990s. Best known for his long stint in the Tampa Bay area. Wikipedia

  • American nationally syndicated radio talk show host and political commentator. His show, "America Now with Andy Dean," discussed politics, business, entertainment, and technology. Wikipedia

  • Jim Quinn

    American radio talk show host based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, currently hosting Quinn in the Morning on WYSL/Avon, New York and WAVL/Apollo, Pennsylvania. Aired on 12 stations across the U.S. and was also heard on XM Satellite Radio Channel 244 from 6–9 a.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday. Wikipedia

  • American radio personality formerly featured on the nationally syndicated radio talk show Don and Mike Show. Geronimo began his career in radio at the age of 13 when he went to work at Rockville, Maryland AM station WINX (now WLXE, a Spanish-language music station). Wikipedia

  • American veteran broadcast journalist best known for her public-affairs talk show on Chicago Radio. Gair began her radio career in the 1940's, appearing in soap operas, dramas and comedy shows such as WGN radio's Theater of the Air, the Colgate Comedy Hour, Ma Perkins, Bachelor's Children, Woman in White and Corliss Archer. Wikipedia

  • Howie Carr

    American conservative political author and radio talk-show host based in Boston with an audience rooted in New England. He hosts The Howie Carr Show, broadcast on weekdays, in addition to writing three columns a week for the Boston Herald. Wikipedia

  • Wally Phillips

    American radio personality best known for hosting WGN's morning radio show from Chicago for 21 years from January 1965 until July 1986, and was number one in the morning slot from 1968 until he left for an afternoon radio slot in 1986. A pioneer of the radio call-in talk show format, Phillips delighted in a form now banned by the FCC: putting people on the air without their knowledge. Wikipedia

  • American conservative talk radio host for 1130 WISN in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Also a local newspaper columnist, former television host, and occasional guest host for Rush Limbaugh. Wikipedia

  • Garry Meier

    Chicago-based radio personality who has been active in Chicago radio since 1973. Well known for being part of the highly successful radio duos "Steve & Garry" and "Roe and Garry", but he also hosted shows on WFYR, WYEN, WLUP, WCKG, WGN and WGN.FM at various times in his career. Wikipedia

  • American radio personality and host of The Doug Banks Radio Show. The Philadelphia-born, Detroit-raised Banks began his radio career broadcasting on his high school's radio station. Wikipedia

  • Yvonne Daniels

    American radio host in Chicago from the 1960s to 1991. Member of the first all-woman radio team in 1967 for WSDM and the first woman radio host for WLS in 1973. Wikipedia

  • Ed Schwartz

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  • Mike Greenberg

    Television anchor, television show host, former radio show host for ESPN and ABC, and novelist. At ESPN, he hosted the weekday evening, most often Monday, SportsCenter and previously ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike show with Mike Golic. Wikipedia

  • Retired personality on The Roe Conn Show on WLS (AM) 890 in Chicago, where he was a news reporter and occasionally participated in the on-air discussion with the other on-air personalities. Johnson grew up in Chicago and the North Woods of Wisconsin. Wikipedia

  • Chuck Leonard

    American radio personality at WABC (AM) in New York City during the 1960s and 1970s. His deep voice and smoothness resonated across 38 states for 14 years at ABC. Wikipedia

  • Ray Rayner

    Staple of Chicago children's television in the 1960s and 1970s on WGN-TV. Rayner (the name was initially spelled "Rahner" but pronounced "Rayner") grew up in Queens, New York. Wikipedia

  • Host of The Tech Guy weekly radio show and a host on TWiT.tv, an Internet podcast network focusing on technology. Also a former TV technology host and technology author (1995, 2002–2006). Wikipedia

  • Nationally syndicated radio personality and host of The Michael Baisden Show. Currently syndicated by Baisden Media Group in partnership with SupeRadio and AURN . Wikipedia

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  • That year, morning host Spike O'Dell retired from radio; WGN then moved the station's midday host at the time, John Williams to the morning slot.WGN (AM)-Wikipedia
  • To replace Collins, Spike O'Dell moved from afternoon drive to morning drive, John Williams moved from mid-afternoon to afternoon drive and Cochran filled the mid-afternoon time slot.Steve Cochran (radio host)-Wikipedia
  • Past announcers included Bob Carlton, Farmer Bill, Milton Budd, and John Williams, who is now at WGN.WMBD (AM)-Wikipedia
  • The most recent WGN personality to hold that slot, John Williams, replaced O'Dell but spent only six months in the slot; he moved to the 9 a.m.–noon slot at the same time Jarrett started as morning host.Greg Jarrett (radio personality)-Wikipedia

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