PRLog - Aug. 11, 2012 - BOSTON -- BOSTON, MA--The Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame will present its annual Gala Awards Ceremony and Luncheon on Thursday, September 13 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM at the Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel.
Hosted by WBZ Radio 1030’s Jordan Rich, the Hall of Fame will induct fourteen of Massachusetts’
This year's event, will be an exciting one for sure as the Emmy-Award winning Haverhill, Massachusetts native Tom Bergeron makes an appearance at LONG last, five years after he was honored in 2007. This event is open to the public.
Tickets at $45.00 [which include lunch] are on sale now and may be purchased on line at the MBHOF website: www.massbroadcastershof.org, or by mailing a check for the full amount of tickets requested to Mass. Broadcasters Hall of Fame, c/o Joan Greenberg, 20 Truman Rd, Newton Centre, MA 02459. Please include the names for tickets being ordered. All tickets will be held at will call immediately before the event. For more information, call: 617-969-
This year’s Hall of Fame Honorees will be WCVB TV's weatherman Dick Albert, news reporter and anchor Jim Boyd, KISS 108 FM's hilarious "Matty In the Morning" host Matt Siegel, WBZ TV news anchor Jack Williams, longtime visionary general manager of WBUR Jane Christo, WBZ/WCVB public relations executive and radio station founder Joseph A. Ryan and broadcast engineering executive George Capalbo, Sr.
Also honored will be seven deceased members of the broadcast media: founder/owner/
"Collectively, this year’s inductees have contributed some 400 years of service to Boston and Massachusetts residents!
Tom Bergeron always guarantees his audience a fun and memorable time with his wit and humor. Tom hosts America's Funniest Home Videos and Dancing with the Stars, and in 2009 had more primetime hours on TV than any other host. Vying for honors as the busiest man in TV, Tom released his first book I'm Hosting as Fast as I Can! Zen and the Art of Staying Sane in Hollywood to rave reviews.
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The Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame is an incorporated 501(c)3 organization and has a nineteen-member Board of Directors, consisting primarily of broadcasters and other media professionals.