Sean Hannity Gets Inducted Into the National Radio Hall of Fame

By A.J. Katz Comment

Sean Hannity is well-known for his popular and provocative Fox News program. But don’t forget about his talk radio program. The folks at the National Radio Hall of Fame certainly haven’t.

Hannity was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame last night for his work on The Sean Hannity Show. The ceremony took place at the Museum of Broadcast Communications in Chicago, and was emceed by financial talk radio host Dave Ramsey.

The Fox Newser wasn’t able to attend the ceremony, but was thrilled to be named a member of the organization’s Class of 2017.

“From day one that radio light would go on everyday and I just let it all go – and I love it,” Hannity tells TVNewser. “Now almost 30 years later, I have the same experience and feel blessed beyond measure that I am able to do this everyday. The Radio Hall of Fame is just icing on the cake.”

Other 2017 inductees include: Bobby Bones, Robin Quivers (Howard Stern‘s partner-in-crime), Tom Barnard, Joseph Field, Bill Handel, John Landecker, and the late Bob Sievers.

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