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Donny Osmond to Keynote 2012 NAB Show Radio Luncheon
Washington - Jan 23, 2012 - Donny Osmond will deliver a keynote address at the 2012 NAB Show Radio Luncheon on April 17 in Las Vegas. Osmond, who has entertained audiences for decades as a singer, musician, actor, dancer and former teen idol, is also a syndicated radio host for McVay Syndication in a partnership with TeshMedia Group. Osmond will discuss how radio has impacted his career over the years.
Since 2010, Osmond continues to host two internationally syndicated radio shows: "The Donny Osmond Radio Show" and "Donny's 8-Track Playback." His lifestyle-driven music radio show delivers helpful and insightful information to listeners who are looking for a friend to help them through the day.
In addition to his daily radio show, Osmond performs nightly with his sister, Marie, at the Las Vegas Flamingo Hotel in a show that is in its fourth-straight year running. Osmond also participated in, and won "Dancing with the Stars: Season 9." His recently released 59th album, "Donny & Marie," features a mix of country, rock and love ballads, including the number one hit single "A Beautiful Life."
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