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Guglielmo Marconi, Benny Goodman, Edward R. Murrow, Orson Welles and Alan Freed are among 18 radio legends to be installed in the just established Emerson Radio Hall of Fame at a ceremony Tuesday at the Empire State Building in New York. The selections were made by a panel that included Dick Clark, Howard Cosell and Casey Kasem, whose choices span radio categories from technology to quiz shows. Other inductees: sportscasters Bill Stern and Don Dunphy; personalities Bruce (Cousin Brucie) Morrow and Martin Block; “You Bet Your Life” host Groucho Marx; Fred Allen, Arthur Godfrey, Virginia Payne (“Ma Perkins”); Fran Striker (“The Lone Ranger”; “Inner Sanctum” producer Himan Brown, and Charles Correll and Freeman Gosden a.k.a. “Amos ‘n Andy.”


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