Tom Moffatt nominated for National Radio Hall of Fame
Tom Moffatt, longtime entertainment promoter and radio deejay here on O‘ahu, is one of 16 nominees for the 2009 National Radio Hall of Fame class.
Moffatt is one of four nominees in the Local or Regional category, all are still active.
The online balloting is now in progress and voting will continue until midnight Aug. 1. To vote and to read more about the nominees, go to www.radiohof.org.
A Michigan native, Moffatt first gained notoriety at KGU-A 760 and later as part of the popular "poi boys" crew of DJs at KPOI-AM 1040. A Hawaiian radio institution, he is now heard Saturdays on 107.9 FM.
Other local or regional nominees still active:
"The nomination of worthy radio professionals and programs from across America who represent various formats combined with public input into the selection process will result in a wide consensus on eventual inductees," said National Radio Hall of Fame Steering Committee Chairman Bruce Dumont, in announcing the nominations today.
For a complete list of nominees, go to www.radiohof.org.