Fox Host Gets Inducted Into The Hall Of Fame

It was announced on Monday that Mark Levin, who hosts a show on Fox, will be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. The listener participation in the process was massive and helped Levin secure his spot.

According to the Daily Wire:

On Monday, the National Radio Hall of Fame announced that conservative radio host, television personality, and bestselling author Mark Levin was inducted into the Hall in their “Spoken Word On-Air Personality” after a record-breaking vote.

The NRHF said on their website, “They report an unprecedented level of listener participation with more than a half million votes cast for the two voting categories, Music Format On-Air Personality and Spoken Word On-Air Personality. The increase is attributed to the competitive and creative campaigning waged by nominees.”

Levin thanked his fans on Twitter saying, “Thanks to you, my wonderful listeners for your support! You turned out in record numbers to vote! And the National Radio Hall of Fame has just announced that WE will be induced into the Radio Hall of Fame.”


“But I truly have the most wonderful audience, and I owe them everything,” said Levine, as reported by the Washington Examiner. “They are smart, loyal, and patriotic, and I’m blessed by them. I’d be nowhere in this business without my listeners, and I never take them for granted. And it is my audience who voted me into the National Radio Hall of Fame by an unprecedented vote turnout. I also wish the other nominees well as they are all top talents. And, of course, thanks for my loving family for all their support.”

The host has been known in conservative circles since working for the Reagan administration in the 80’s. His career growing rapidly since then.


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