Click above to read about Dick's induction
into the Radio Hall of Fame.




National Radio Hall of Fame inductee.
Three-time winner of the Billboard Radio Award.
Three-time nominee for the NAB's Marconi Award.


2017-present Host/producer of Dick Bartley's Classic Hits for the United Stations Radio Network.

2009-2017 Host/producer of The Classic Countdown and
Rock & Roll's Greatest Hits for the United Stations Radio Network.

2009-2014 Host/producer of the CBS-FM Classic Countdown for WCBS-FM, New York.

1991-2009 Host/producer of American Gold and
Rock & Roll's Greatest Hits for the ABC Radio Networks.

Aug. 2002 Named one of America's Top 25 most influential syndicated radio personalities by Radio Inc. magazine.

Nov. 2000 Inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame by Chuck Negron of Three Dog Night ... host of the 2001 induction ceremony in Chicago.

June 1996 Winner of the New York International Radio Festival's
World Medal
for Paul McCartney interview/"Beatles '95"
special
.

1992-1995 Three-time nominee for the National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Award for Network Personality of the Year.

1988-1991 Host/producer of The Rock & Roll Oldies Show and New Gold On CD for the Westwood One Radio Network.

1988-1990 Three-time winner of the Billboard magazine Radio Award for Network Program of the Year.

1986 WNSR-FM, New York / Morning drive.

1985-1988 Host/producer of Solid Gold Saturday Night and Solid Gold Scrapbook for the United Stations Radio Network.

1982-1985 Host/producer of Solid Gold Saturday Night and Solid Gold Scrapbook for the RKO Radio Networks (I & II).

Jan. 1982 Introduced America's first live, national, request oldies show, Solid Gold Saturday Night.

1978-1984 WFYR-FM, Chicago / Middays, program director
(1980-82), launched Saturday Night Oldies (1980).

1975-1978 WBBM-FM, Chicago / Afternoon drive (1975-76), music director (1975-77), morning drive (1976-78), program director (1977-78).

1973-1975 WELK-AM, Charlottesville / Afternoon drive and music director.

1971-1972 WCHV-AM, Charlottesville / Nighttime and weekends.

1971 WLLL-AM & FM, Lynchburg / Weekends and vacation relief.

1969-1972 WUVA-AM, University of Virginia / announcer, music director.

1969-1970 WWOD-AM, Lynchburg / weekend deejay.





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