Radio personality

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A radio personality at work at WKZV in Washington, Pennsylvania in 1997.

A radio personality is a person who appears in an on-air position in radio broadcasting. A radio personality can be someone who introduces and discusses various genres of music, hosts a talk radio show that may take calls from listeners, or someone whose primary responsibility is to give news, weather, sports, or traffic information. The radio personality may broadcast live or use voice-tracking techniques.

A radio host is the host of a radio show.[1]

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  1. ^ L. A. Heberlein - The Rough Guide to Internet Radio 2002 - Page v. "In addition to putting songs together, a good radio host can tell you things you didn't know about the artists, the songs, and the times. Karl Haas has taught millions of listeners about classical music."