|Born||David Dwight Graveline
1954 (age 61–62)
Miami, Florida, U.S.
|Occupation||Radio host, television personality|
|Children||Elizabeth, Christopher, Timothy|
David Dwight Graveline is an American radio talk show host. His syndicated show "Into Tomorrow" has been on the air for the past 16 years and is currently aired in over 160 AM & FM stations throughout the U.S., on the Armed Forces Network, and on several foreign radio stations.
Graveline has worked for most radio and television stations in South Florida including WIOD, WKAT, WINZ, Majic, WTVJ Channel 4, WCIX-CBS and he has produced and hosted several national television specials including: PBS's Florida Outdoors, ESPN's The Grand Prix of Miami, SportsChannel's Thoroughbred Racing Reviews, the Miss Florida USA Pageants, nationally syndicated Spring Break Reunion and many local and national TV commercials, documentaries, on-camera productions, voice-overs and training videos.
Dade County Spokesman
Graveline has had a life long interest in radio and he was involved in starting "WKHS" radio station at his highschool.
Toys For Boys
By January 1996 the show had been picked up for syndication and renamed "Into Tomorrow".
The show has continued to grow over the years and is currently heard on over 160 FM and AM stations across the United States, on the Armed Forces Network and online in streams and podcasts.
Graveline has worked in television in various capacities including news anchor, producer, host and as a consultant. Since 2006 he is the resident master of ceremonies at the annual Global Press Conference of Messe Berlin's IFA consumer electronics fair.
Since early 2011, Graveline has been one of the featured "CoolHotNot Tech Xperts," along with John C. Dvorak, Chris Pirillo, Jim Louderback, Robin Raskin, Dave Whittle, Steve Bass, and Cheryl Currid. At CoolHotNot's web site, Graveline shares his "Loved List" of favorite consumer electronics, his "Wanted List" of tech products he'd like to try, and his "Letdown List" of tech products he found disappointing.
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