Steve Harvey To Join NAB Broadcasting Hall Of Fame
Steve Harvey will be inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the NAB Show Radio Luncheon, set for April 8 in Las Vegas and sponsored by ASCAP. Harvey, who began his career in the '80s as a standup comedian, hosts the Premiere-syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Show, as well as TV's Family Feud and the Steve Harvey talk show. He's also a best-selling author whose books include Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man and was the longtime host of Showtime at the Apollo. Harvey has been an actor, host, writer, and producer for a number of TV and film projects.
"Steve Harvey entertains people of all ages with his unique and humorous perspective on life," NAB EVP/Radio John David said. "Mr. Harvey's dedication and talent have earned him great success, and we are thrilled to induct him into NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame."
The Steve Harvey Morning Show debuted in 2000 and has been syndicated by Premiere since 2005; it's now heard on more than 70 stations and on iHeartRadio. With his induction into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame, Harvey will join such broadcasting legends as Dave Ramsey, Gerry House, Vin Scully, Rick Dees, and Ron Chapman.
(12/9/2013 6:54:50 PM) |
He sure did a lousy & inappropriate job on his show today, trying to be so funny toward the last when that auto mech. lady was on.
People were trying to LEARN something!
Could tell by audience's expression that they were irritated.
Timing was very wrong, in our estimation.
|- M. Burdick|
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