2017 National Radio Hall of Fame Ceremony                                                                  CHICAGO, November 2, 2017 – Dave Ramsey Named Host of the National Radio Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony                               TuneIn to Exclusively Provide Audio of the Event                                      Press Contact: Amir Forester, amir@foresterpublicrelations.com LOS ANGELES, September 19, 2017 – National radio personality, best-selling author, personal money management expert and National Radio Hall of Fame inductee Dave Ramsey will host the 29th Annual National Radio Hall of Fame Induction ceremony and celebration.  Additionally, a commercial free audio feed of the event will be exclusively provided by TuneIn, this year’s official online streaming partner.   National Radio Hall of Fame Chairman Kraig T. Kitchin says, “We’re honored to have Dave, a world-class speaker who regularly addresses audiences of 10,000 at his live events, serve as our master of ceremonies.  And thanks to TuneIn, fans everywhere can catch the on-demand audio of the special evening.” The black-tie optional event will be held Thursday, November 2 at the Museum of Broadcast Communications in downtown Chicago at 6 p.m.  Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available at www.radiohof.org. A portion of ticket purchases is a tax deductible charitable donation to the Museum.   The 2017 inductees include Tom Barnard, Bobby Bones, Joseph M. Field, Bill Handel, Sean Hannity, John Records Landecker, Robin Quivers and Robert S. “Bob” Sievers. Leading radio imaging and production company The Mix Group is the presenting sponsor of the National Radio Hall of Fame Induction ceremony.
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The Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) celebrated the 2017 induction of new members Joseph Field, Sean Hannity, Bobby Bones, Tom Barnard, John Records Landecker and Bill Handel. The sold out night featured host Dave Ramsey, announcer Jim Bohannon, and presenters David Field, Scott Shannon, Rod Phillips, Scott Jameson, Bob Sirott, and Greg Ashlock. Ryan Wrecker presented the award to the family of the late Bob Sievers.