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  1. American radio personalities by city 253 views

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  2. American radio personalities by network 163 views

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  3. American radio personalities by state 112 views

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  4. American radio actors

    American radio actors

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  5. African-American radio personalities 478 views

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  6. American public radio personalities

    American public radio personalities

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  7. American radio journalists

    American radio journalists

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  8. American sports radio personalities

    American sports radio personalities

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  9. American talk radio hosts

    American talk radio hosts

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  10. Radio Disney DJs

    Radio Disney DJs

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  12. American radio people stubs

    American radio people stubs

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  1. Aaron Goldsmith

    Aaron Goldsmith

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    Aaron Goldsmith (born 1983) is an American sportscaster.


  2. Adam Curry

    Adam Curry

    772 views
    Broadcasting and Internet personality

  3. Adelaide Hawley Cumming

    Adelaide Hawley Cumming

    22 views
    vaudeville performer, radio host, teacher

  4. Adrian Cronauer

    Adrian Cronauer

    44 views
    Lawyer and American radio presenter

  5. Aimee Allison

    Aimee Allison

    5 views
    American author, public affairs television host, and political activist

  6. AJ Monte

    AJ Monte

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    AJ Monte is a market strategist and the host of Wealth & Wisdom on PBS television station WXEL in Palm Beach, Florida.


  7. Al Anthony

    Al Anthony

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    Al Anthony (born Almondo Antonio Vincenzo Fiori) is a former Los Angeles radio personality. Anthony was most well known as a disc jockey for KAFY 550 AM in Bakersfield, California during the 1950s and later at KFXM 590 AM in San Bernardino, California during the 1960s, where he was also the station's Director of Operations. In 1958 and 1959, Anthony was the top rated DJ in the United States.


  8. Al B. Sure!

    Al B. Sure!

    15,515 views
    American musician

  9. Al Bandiero

    Al Bandiero

    46 views
    American film and TV actor

  10. Al Bolton

    Al Bolton

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    Albert Martin Bolton, Sr., known as Al Bolton (October 24, 1925 – April 2, 2014), was for forty-seven years a television or radio meteorologist from his adopted city of Shreveport, Louisiana. From 1954 to 1991, he was the first weather anchor for KSLA, a CBS television network affiliate; from 1991 to 2001, he performed the same duties for KRMD (AM) radio. From these positions and his widespread civic activities, Bolton gained wide recognition throughout northwestern Louisiana as well as nearby counties in East Texas and southwestern Arkansas.


  11. Al Gross (broadcaster)

    Al Gross (broadcaster)

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    Al Gross is an American broadcaster, and host of National Countdown Show. He is President of Signature Media Group, Inc, which syndicates the show. He is also a voice actor, and radio broadcast consultant. Gross was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and grew up in Ventura, California. He studied Pastoral Theology at Liberty University (then Lynchburg Baptist College) in 1973 – 74. As a broadcaster he worked mostly in Southern California in radio including KWIZ AM & FM in Santa Ana, CA, KEZY in Anaheim, CA, and was the first radio station manager at for Calvary Chapel’s KWVE-FM San Clemente, CA. In 1987 Gross went to Focus on the Family where he was one of the original writers and contributors for Family News in Focus. At KBRT-AM 740 (Los Angeles) he was co-host of Mornings with Tim and Al with Tim Berends. Gross and Berends were voted LA’s “Top Jocks” by readers of the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner (Hearst Newspapers) in 1986. Later that year, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley proclaimed “Tim and Al day in Los Angeles” with an official proclamation. In 1994, Gross moved to Saint Louis where he co-hosted the morning show on KJSL-AM 630 for 14 years.


  12. Al Helfer

    Al Helfer

    79 views
    American football player

  13. Al Lewis

    Al Lewis

    3,391 views
    Actor, radio personality, politician

  14. Al Lohman

    Al Lohman

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    Al Lohman (January 15, 1933, Sergeant Bluff, Iowa – October 14, 2002, Rancho Mirage, California) was a personality and comedian with a long career in American radio from the 1950s through the 1980s and into the 1990s. Among his early career stops was a stint as morning man at New York City top-40 station WABC (AM) when it first adopted a pop music format in 1960. But he's best remembered as a Los Angeles, California radio personality who, along with Roger Barkley, had the top-rated morning drive The Lohman and Barkley Show on KFI Los Angeles through most of the 1970s and early 1980s. Their fame extended beyond the Los Angeles area as the duo were frequent guests on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and were hosts of two short-lived television shows. The first was a 1969 game show, "Lohman & Barkley's Name Droppers" while the second was a comedy/variety show from 1979 called "Bedtime Stories."


  15. Al Morganti

    Al Morganti

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    Michael "Al" Morganti is a nationally recognized hockey analyst who has covered the National Hockey League (NHL) and international competitions. He is currently a pre and post-game analyst for the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL for games broadcast on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and occasionally, The Comcast Network. He is also a sports radio personality for 610 WIP in Philadelphia along with co-hosts Angelo Cataldi, Rhea Hughes and fellow Flyers broadcast crew member, Keith Jones. Airing weekday mornings from 5:30 a.m. till 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, "The Morning Show” is the highest rated sports radio show in the Philadelphia area.


  16. Al Rantel

    Al Rantel

    1 view
    American radio personality

  17. Al Voecks

    Al Voecks

    16 views
    American radio personality

  18. Alan Cox (radio personality)

    Alan Cox (radio personality)

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    Alan Cox (born June 23, 1971) is an American radio/TV personality, comedian, and writer. Cox is currently the morning host at WDTW Detroit (106.7 The D) and afternoon host on 100.7 WMMS in Cleveland, Ohio.


  19. Alan White (disc jockey)

    Alan White (disc jockey)

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    American radio DJ

  20. Albert Wilson

    Albert Wilson

    1 view
    American gardening guru

  21. Alberto Sardiñas

    Alberto Sardiñas

    1 view
    American columnist

  22. Alex Stone

    Alex Stone

    4 views
    American radio correspondent

  23. Alexander Woollcott

    Alexander Woollcott

    76 views
    American critic

  24. Alexis Amore

    Alexis Amore

    52,315 views
    American pornographic actor

  25. Alison Steele

    Alison Steele

    152 views
    American DJ

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