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Alan Freed

This early DJ liberated radio stations to play rock and roll. Go »

Alex Jones

This Texas talker is a criminal of the thought variety... or maybe that's what they want you to think. Go »

Anthony Cumia

After two firings he's on top of his game. Tell 'em Fred! Go »

Art Bell

Weirdness becomes this host, including sudden retirements and relocations around the world. Go »

Bubba the Love Sponge

This radio host soaks up controversy from the senior population. Go »

Casey Kasem

if there was a countdown of the top 40 goos, I would want him to read it Go »

Colin Cowherd

sports radio is scary Go »

Diane Rehm

This host has been alive since FDR was the most powerful man in her hometown. Go »

Don Imus

Let's just say this former shock jock won't be giving any commencement speeches at Rutgers any time soon. Go »

Dr. Demento

This crazy-like-a-fox disc jockey turned his record collection into an eccentric playlist. Go »

Erich "Mancow" Muller

This Chicago-based loudmouth was been fined many times by the FCC for his "utterly" obscene material. Go »

Gary Dell'Abate

Big teeth equal big ratings. Go »

Gregg Hughes

After two firings he's on top of his game. Tell 'em Fred! Go »

Howard Stern

El Kabong's sidekick always lends this radio personality a hand. Go »

Ira Glass

This American host is known for putting his interview subjects under a magnifying glass. Go »

Jean Shepherd

His childhood reminiscences of a much-desired Red Ryder BB Gun, a lamp shaped like a woman's leg in a stocking, and a triple dog dare to lick a frozen pole make up an annual holiday tradition. Go »

Jian Ghomeshi

Q: What's his favorite interview format? A: Rough and violent. His interview subjects get off easier than he does on a date. Go »

Jim Rome

The only sport not covered in his CBS radio program is coliseum dueling. Go »

Laura Ingraham

Having a gay brother softened her rhetoric about the homosexual agenda, but she still speculates what Obama's diary says about his own agenda. Go »

Laura Schlessinger

If gays are biological errors, does that mean she's normal? Go »

Mercedes McCambridge

This Oscar winner took to her radio career like a woman possessed. Go »

Michael Savage

Liberals across the nation have been savaged by this San Francisco-based conservative talk show host. Go »

Noor-un-Nisa Inayat Khan

The only way to save Paris was from the bottom up. Go »

Paul Harvey

Reaganomics, skyjack, guesstimate, and other colorful terms were coined by this quirky longtime broadcaster, who passed away in 2009. Go »

Rick Dees

Listeners still go nuts for his weekly Top 40 countdown, more than they did for his late-night TV show in 1991. Go »

Robin Quivers

She's the queen of all irony, making a career laughing at the jokes of a man often accused of misogyny and bigotry. Go »

Rush Limbaugh

Don't hurry! This goo takes time... but not equal time. (Liberals, feel free to hurry.) Go »

Terry Gross

This great, gross radio host from Philadelphia is a breath of fresh air. Go »

Tokyo Rose

nickname of a dozen propagandists Go »

Tony Peters

Nobody in the valley wants to listen to music that's been pirated. Go »

Wolfman Jack

his long-running show left listeners howling at the moon Go »