In April, conservative radio personality, author, and television host Mark Levin was nominated for induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame. Voting has kicked off at RadioVote to for his selection.
Conservative Review reports:
Levin is one of only 24 hosts selected for nomination in the Spoken Word On-Air Personality category from 800 individuals reviewed by the nominating committee.
Levin, who started his radio career as a contributor to “The Rush Limbaugh Show” and “The Sean Hannity Show,” is a constitutional attorney and former chief of staff to Attorney General Edwin Meese. In 2002, he started his own radio program on Sunday afternoons, and in 2003, he added weekday evenings at 6 p.m. ET. Levin’s radio show rocketed to number one within 18 months on the air. He currently reaches more than 8 million listeners.
“Thanks to you, I’m honored to have been nominated this year,” Levin said on Facebook on Monday morning. “I would greatly appreciate your vote and the vote of your family and friends!”
Levin has had a prolific career in both print, radio, and television.
After serving as an legal adviser to former President Ronald Reagan’s cabinet, he began giving on-air contributions to both Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity radio shows, respectively.
In 2002, he was given his own time slot for The Mark Levin Show on WABC and moved into syndication 2006.
Since that time, he has founded CRTV, where he hosts “Levin TV,” and has become host to the Fox News program “Life, Liberty, Levin” on the weekends.
You can vote for Mark Levin at RadioVote’s website or by cellular by texting the number 500 to 96000 (only one vote per cell phone).
The new inductees will be announced on June 25, 2018.