The New York State Broadcaster’s Association announced the selection of the Hall of Fame Class of 2019, which will be inducted at the Broadcast Leadership and Hall of Fame Luncheon during the NAB New York Show in October.
David Donovan, President of the New York State Broadcaster’s Association said, “The Class of 2019 reflects the best in our profession. All have distinguished careers serving their local communities. They truly represent the importance of local broadcasting. It’s an honor to induct them into our Hall of Fame.”
Boomer Esiason (pictured above) is a former NFL star quarterback who has hosted WFAN’s morning show for 12 years. He is currently the co-host of Boomer and Gio. Esiason is a Long Island native and still resides there.
Ted Long and Amy Robbins (pictured at right) have been waking up Central New Yorkers on 93Q WNTQ-FM /Syracuse for 30 years with Ted and Amy in the Morning. Long and Robbins were both born and raised in the Central New York area. They are an institution in Syracuse and Central New York.