Conservative talk-show host Mark Levin has been elected to the National Radio Hall of Fame, it was announced on Monday.
In a category chosen by public vote, Levin was voted into the Hall of Fame’s “Spoken Word On-Air Personality” category:
Mark Levin, The Mark Levin Show; syndicated by Westwood One Spoken Word On-Air Personality
Levin joins other conservative heroes previously inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, including Rush Limbauh, Sean Hannity--and Ronald Reagan.
The hall also includes legendary entertainment figures such as Bing Crosby, Abbott & Costello, Gene Autry, Jack Benny and Orson Welles.
Mark Levin has been a fearless advocate of the conservative cause for years and his insights are hugely popular with his listeners nationwide. The Mark Levin show airs on more than 300 stations nationally, as well as on satellite radio, with millions of listeners each week. It has the third-largest audience of any nationally-syndicated radio program.
Public voting for Hall of Fame inductees, which ended June 18, 2018, set a new record this year with more than half a million votes cast.
The induction ceremony will take place on November 15 in New York City.