TFAS alumnus Mark Levin (ICPES 76) has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame. The syndicated radio host and bestselling author was inducted in the category of Spoken Word On-Air Personality. Levin’s intellect and passion for the Constitution have made his syndicated talk show one of the most popular in the nation. Before starting his radio career, Levin made a name for himself as one of America’s preeminent conservative analysts and constitutional lawyers.
Thanks to you, my wonderful listeners for your support! You turned out in record numbers to vote! And the National Radio Hall of Fame has just announced that WE will be induced into the Radio Hall of Fame. https://t.co/xe0H7DJfG6
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) June 25, 2018
While attending the TFAS summer programs, Levin interned at the White House. The experience proved to be valuable when he joined the Reagan Administration a few years later. TFAS President Roger Ream, a classmate of Levin’s in 1976, noted, “For most people, induction into a hall of fame is a capstone event. And while I congratulate Mark on this achievement, I suspect this is more of a halftime honor. He no doubt has many more bestselling books to write and many millions of more Americans to reach through his radio and TV programs.”