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Mark Levin Nominated for National Radio Hall of Fame

Craig Bannister
By Craig Bannister | April 20, 2018 | 5:24 PM EDT

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Nationally-syndicated conservative radio host Mark Levin has been nominated for the National Radio Hall of Fame.

In a letter dated April 19, 2018, the organization’s nominating committee informed Levin of his nomination in this year’s Spoken Word On-Air Personality category:

“On behalf of the 2018 Nominating Committee of the National Radio Hall of Fame, I am honored to inform you of your nomination for induction this year. Earlier this month, the Nominating Committee convened to review their selections for nomination in 2018 and chose to nominate you in recognition of your many years of on-air success and the audience relationship you’ve enjoyed.”

On June 4, the listening public will vote to select the inductee in Levin’s category. The letter explains:

“You’ve been nominated in a category that will be voted upon by the listening public. You’ll appear as one of our nominees in the Spoken Word On-Air Personality category."

“On June 4, 2018, radio listeners will be encouraged to cast their vote by either a text message number or an email address submission. A radio listener may vote once in each form – via text or email – with Votem.com tabulating the votes, as monitored by the accounting firm of Miller Kaplan Arase.”

On June 25, 2018, the Class of 2018 Inductees to the National Radio Hall of Fame will be announced, along with the voting results.

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