WABC/New York has announced the retirement of radio industry icon Johnny Donovan from daily radio work. Donovan has been with the station since 1972, serving in such roles as DJ, announcer, and production director. He has worked in radio since 1963.
Cumulus Media SVP of Content and Programming Mike McVay said: "Johnny Donovan was the sound of 77 WABC. He joins the ranks of legends like Don Pardo, Ed McMahon and Ernie Anderson. His production and imaging skills are legendary. He will be missed at WABC, but more than that, he will be missed in our industry."
Donovan will continue his own voice-over business, which includes being the announcer for The Rush Limbaugh Show.
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