RadioTime’s Dan Halyburton recognized by The Country Music Radio Hall of Fame

by Scott Fleischer

RadioTime President Dan Halyburton is among the 2010 honorees from the Country Music Radio Hall of Fame in Nashville.  He has been honored for a 39 year radio career that has included stops at WWOK/Miami, WTVR/Richmond, WTCR/Huntington, WFMS/Indianapolis, WDGY/Minneapolis, WQAM/Miami, and KPLX/KLIF/Dallas.  He spent 25 years at Susquehanna’s KPLX/KLIF in Dallas before heading to Emmis in New York in 2006.

Along with Dan, Cy Blumenthal and Michael Hammond will be honored by the Country Music Radio Hall of Fame on February 23rd.  Also, on that day, the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame will induct Bill Bailey, Laurie DeYoung, and Rudy Fernandez.

RadioTime congratulates all of the the 2010 honorees from the Country Music Radio Hall of Fame and the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame.

Click here for more information on the honorees.

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