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The National Black Radio Hall of Fame(NBRHOF) Board of Directors have approved the following industry trailblazers into our prestigious national museum for our 2020 and 2021 induction ceremony on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 6pm(est.) via Zoom. These outstanding inductees join the ranks of those who were inducted in the 2019 National Black Radio Hall of Fame.

 The 2021 ceremony will also include a tribute to NBRHOF founding Board Member, the late Hamilton Bohannon(1942-2020)

 National Black Radio Hall of Fame (Posthumous Award)

Guy Brody, Yvonne Daniel, Big George, Burke Johnson Martha Jean the Queen, Irene Johnson Ware

 

Radio/Music Career Artist of the Year

Bobby Rush

 

Community Service Artist of the Year

Tony Terry

 

Radio Media Specialist Award

Harry Lyles – Lyles Media Group

 

Lifetime Media Achievement Award

Joe “The Black Eagle” Madison – The Joe Madison Show

 

Special Black Radio Original 13 Award Presentation

Given by Jill Gibson for Dorothy Brunson Family, Marshall Thompson of the Chi-Lites Willie “Perculator” Martin

 

Radio Promoter Award

Ted Astin, Arlinda Garrett, Leroy Little

 

Radio Station Owner Award

Mutter Evans, The Davis Group, Roscoe Miller

 

Community Service Personality Award

Derrick Chatman, Monica Pearson

 

Talented Sisters of Radio Award

Carol Blackmon, Shirley Ellis, Renee Miller

 

Talented Brothers of Radio Award

Mitch Faulkner, Bill Gay, Doug Steele Gospel

 

Radio Personality Award

Twanda Black, Melissa Summers, Larry Tinsley

 

Hip Hop Radio Personality Award

Incredible Freddie Fred, Ryan Cameron, Greg Street

 

House Music Pioneer Award

Bobby Holiday, Requaya Ward

 

National Terrestrial Talk Radio Award

Derek Boazman, Joyce Littel

 

About National Black Radio Hall of Fame

 

The National Black Radio Hall of Fame (NBRHOF)located on the campus of Stowe State University in St. Louis, Mo., is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable non-profit organization established in 2010 to recognize and acknowledge the countless contributions of personalities and pioneers to African American radio on a national platform. Our vision and strategic focus is, promoting the historical perspective of African Americans on national radio platforms to our target market segments and providing opportunities to educate about the past performance, the rich history and highest achievement in national radio. It also provides the step-by-step plan for developing ongoing fundraising, achieving organizational sustainability, and strengthening the organization’s overall capacity across the USA and abroad. The NBRHOF’s consists of a museum that showcases radio memorabilia, exhibits, and displays honoring personalities who developed and shaped Black radio nationally. We also offer an outreach component offering educational and scholarship programs that connect communities to increased higher learning opportunities through radio’s rich and dynamic past.

Courtesy of www.thebellereport.com

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