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A Profile of Radio Personality Dan Ingram

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Dan Ingram, 77 WABC deejay

Dan Ingram, 77 WABC deejay

77 WABC Publicity Photo
Radio: Dan Ingram began his career in New Haven, Connecticut at WNHC-AM in 1958. He moved to WICC-AM in Bridgeport that same year then to WIL-AM, St. Louis, in 1959. His rise continued as he passed through KBOX-AM, Dallas in 1960, eventually winding up at WABC-AM, New York, in 1961 - where he stayed for 20 years.

When WABC-AM changed format Ingram pursued other interests: In 1981 he joined ABC SuperRadio which actually never aired. Then, he hosted the CBS "RadioRadio Count Up" beginning in 1983.. Ingram joined WCBS-FM in 1991 and left June 19, 2003

Claim to Fame: "King of Top 40 Radio" - Ingram rose to fame at WABC-AM in the 1960s when that station was the country's premiere Top 40 Radio outlet.

Dan Ingram soon ruled the afternoons with his highly infectious mix of humor and "edgy, irreverent style", as the New York Daily News put it.

Voice Over Star: Additionally, Dan Ingram has long been one of the country's most sought-after voice-over talents and is heard on many Radio and TV commercials.

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