Country Radio Hall of Fame Reveals 2024 Inductees

Country Radio Broadcasters (CRB) has revealed the 2024 slate of Country Radio Hall of Fame inductees in on-air personality and off-air categories.

This year’s on-air category honorees are Cody Alan (SiriusXM The Highway), as well as Pat Still and Tom Malley (Pat & Tom) of KNCI/Sacramento. The radio category inductees are Mike Moore (program director at WKHX/Atlanta), Jim Robertson (retired, former VP/GM at WOGK/Gainesville) and Meg Stevens (senior vp of programming at WUBL/Atlanta).

The CRB’s Country Radio Hall of Fame committee chairman Joel Raab said in a statement, “On behalf of the selection committee, congratulations to the well-deserving Country Radio Hall of Fame Class of 2024. These professionals stand out in so many ways and are a great example of distinguished broadcasters who have positively affected the lives of so many in the Country Radio and Music community.”

The Country Radio Hall of Fame honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the radio industry over a two-decade period, 15 of whom must be in the country format.

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Alan’s career has included time at KPLX/Dallas, WWKA/Orlando and WCOS/Columbia, S.C. He has also held positions at CMT and CBS-TV. He’s been honored by the Country Music Association (national daily on-air personality of the year in 2021) and Academy of Country Music (national on-air personality of the year in 2013). He has also earned the GLAAD Leadership Award (2020) and the vision award from the Human Rights Campaign (2022), among other accolades.

Still and Malley have been heard on Sacramento County airwaves since 1992. In 2020, KCNI won the Country Music Association’s large market station of the year.

Moore, the program director at Cumulus WKHX in Atlanta, previously worked from 2003-2019 at KWJJ in Portland, steering the station to earning a 2010 Country Music Association major market station of the year honor. He was named director of country programming for Entercom in 2006. His career path also includes time at WSIX/Nashville, WWKA/Orlando and WWYZ/Hartford. He has additionally served on boards for the CRB and the Country Music Association.

Robertson served as operations manager at KIKK/Houston from 1986-1993 (during that time, he was named the CMA’s large market program director of the year in 1987 and 1988) and later worked for 25 years at vp/GM at WOGK/Gainesville/Ocala. Under his guidance, WOGK was named CMA station of the year. Robertson retired from full-time radio in 2019.

Stevens launched her country radio career at WBBS/Syracuse and, over the course of seven years, rose from music director to program director. A six-year tenure at WGAR/Cleveland followed, along with time at WMZQ in Washington, D.C. and WPOC in Baltimore. In 2017, Stevens took the reins at WKKT/Charlotte, rising to senior vp of programming for the iHeartMedia Charlotte cluster. Stevens was named a Billboard Country Power Player in 2020.

The Country Radio Hall of Fame Induction and Dinner will be held Jun. 19 at the Virgin Hotel Nashville.

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