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Ron Chapman to be Inducted Into NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame
Washington - Jan 12, 2010 - Legendary Texas radio personality Ron Chapman will be inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame during the 2010 NAB Show Radio Luncheon on April 13. The luncheon will also feature the annual presentation of the NAB Crystal Radio Awards.
Chapman has been heard on the airwaves in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since the 1950s. He began his radio career after high school graduation at WHAV-AM Haverhill, MA, in 1953. After broadcasting for the U.S. Army in Korea, Chapman worked at WNHC-AM New Haven, and was shortly thereafter recruited to Dallas' KLIF-AM. Chapman spent six years at KLIF, co-hosting the successful Charlie and Harrigan Show, before joining WFAA-TV in Dallas. In 1968, Chapman joined a team that purchased KVIL-FM, a station known for pioneering the adult contemporary (AC) format. He remained at KVIL-FM for 32 years, serving as program director, music director, promotion director and morning personality.
In the late 1990s Chapman joined KLUV-FM, an oldies format that saw high ratings upon his arrival. He retired in 2005, but was summoned back to radio a few years later when ABC asked him to become the regular substitute for Paul Harvey News. Chapman is a multiple inductee to the Texas Radio Hall of Fame.
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