Conservative voice and influencer Mark Levin has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in the spoken word on-air personality category, powered by a record-breaking amount of votes.
The NRHOF said that more than 500,000 votes were cast on the public categories, including Levin's.
Levin paid tribute to the Limbaugh brothers and Sean Hannity, among others.
"There are several terrific people who encouraged me to get into radio and helped launch my show 15 years ago, including Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Phil Boyce, David Limbaugh, and Mitch Dolan," Levin told the Washington Examiner.
"But I truly have the most wonderful audience, and I owe them everything. They are smart, loyal, and patriotic, and I'm blessed by them. I'd be nowhere in this business without my listeners, and I never take them for granted," Levin told the Examiner.
Levin will be inducted Nov. 15 at Gustavino's in New York City.
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