Bob Rivers inducted into Radio Hall of Fame

Bob Rivers (photo from KIRO 7)
This week, the Radio Hall of Fame will honor its 2023 inductees, and former KISW Seattle host Bob Rivers is among those receiving one of radio’s highest honors. Starting with radio in Massachusetts and Baltimore, Rivers hosted morning radio in Seattle for 25 years. Reflecting on his career, Rivers told Spectrum News/Worcester, Mass., “I’m reading books about getting old. Nostalgia is good for your health, and reconnecting with people who are formative in your values and your passion when you first got started reminds you of that and makes you feel good.”
Inductees to the Radio Hall of Fame will be honored in a ceremony today at the InterContinental Barclay Hotel in New York City.

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