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Richard Dick Joy

Youngest Staff Announcer

CBS Radio Inc

HQ Phone:  (212) 649-9600

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CBS Radio Inc

1271 Avenue Of Americas 44Th Fl

New York City, New York,10020

United States

Company Description

CBS RADIO is one of the largest major-market broadcast media operators in the United States and the undisputed leader in music, news and sports radio. As a part of CBS Corporation, the division owns and operates 117 radio stations in 26 markets - including the...more

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Dick Joy at KNX
Dick Joy, KNX/CBS Radio Network announcer, 1940s. Let's listen. Richard "Dick" Joy was regularly heard by millions of Americans tuned to CBS during the Golden Age of Radio and TV-the 1930s through the 1950s. Dick began broadcasting for KNX radio in Los Angeles in the 1930s while he was a student at USC. At 21 he was the youngest staff announcer at the CBS Radio Network. In addition to his local duties at KNX, Dick was the announcer for such network shows as Spike Jones, Danny Kaye, Nat King Cole, The Bell Telephone Hour, The Silver Theater, Vox Pop, and Sam Spade. Working with producer Barney Miller, Dick created CBS Sunday Desk, which pioneered the use of multiple, short voice bytes in a paced program. Dick made the transition to CBS Television in the late 40s as a reporter for CBS' You Are There, and later as announcer for December Bride, Perry Mason, Have Gun-Will Travel, Daktari, Lost in Space, and Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C. In later years, Dick became the News Director for KFAC-AM and FM, the classical music stations for Los Angeles in the 1960s. -Scott Carter Dick Joy at KCMJ Dick Joy at KCMJ, the first Palm Springs radio station. Ozzie and Harriet Nelson visit Dick Joy, third from left. Spike Jones, for whom Dick Joy announced. Mike Wallace was the announcer on the Spotlight Revue when it originated from Chicago, and Mr. Joy stepped in when the troupe moved to Hollywood.


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Dick Joy at KNX
Dick Joy, KNX/CBS Radio Network announcer, 1940s. Richard "Dick" Joy was regularly heard by millions of Americans tuned to CBS during the Golden Age of Radio and TV-the 1930s through the 1950s. Dick began broadcasting for KNX radio in Los Angeles in the 1930s while he was a student at USC. At 21 he was the youngest staff announcer at the CBS Radio Network. In addition to his local duties at KNX, Dick was the announcer for such network shows as Spike Jones, Danny Kaye, Nat King Cole, The Bell Telephone Hour, The Silver Theater, Vox Pop, and Sam Spade. Working with producer Barney Miller, Dick created CBS Sunday Desk, which pioneered the use of multiple, short voice bytes in a paced program. Dick made the transition to CBS Television in the late 40s as a reporter for CBS' You Are There, and later as announcer for December Bride, Perry Mason, Have Gun-Will Travel, Daktari, Lost in Space, and Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C. In later years, Dick became the News Director for KFAC-AM and FM, the classical music stations for Los Angeles in the 1960s. -Scott Carter Dick Joy at KCMJ Dick Joy at KCMJ, the first Palm Springs radio station. Ozzie and Harriet Nelson visit Dick Joy, third from left. Spike Jones, for whom Dick Joy announced. Mike Wallace was the announcer on the Spotlight Revue when it originated from Chicago, and Mr. Joy stepped in when the troupe moved to Hollywood.


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Dick Joy at KNXDick Joy, KNX/CBS Radio Network announcer, 1940s. Let's listen.Richard "Dick" Joy was regularly heard by millions of Americans tuned to CBS during the Golden Age of Radio and TV,the 1930s through the 1950s.Dick began broadcasting for KNX radio in Los Angeles in the 1930s while he was a student at USC.At 21 he was the youngest staff announcer at the CBS Radio Network.In addition to his local duties at KNX, Dick was the announcer for such network shows as Spike Jones, Danny Kaye, Nat King Cole, The Bell Telephone Hour, The Silver Theater, Vox Pop, and Sam Spade.Working with producer Barney Miller, Dick created CBS Sunday Desk, which pioneered the use of multiple, short voice bytes in a paced program.Dick made the transition to CBS Television in the late 40s as a reporter for CBS' You Are There, and later as announcer for December Bride, Perry Mason, Have Gun,Will Travel, Daktari, Lost in Space, and Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.In later years, Dick became the News Director for KFAC-AM and FM, the classical music stations for Los Angeles in the 1960s.Dick Joy at KCMJDick Joy at KCMJ, the first Palm Springs radio station.Ozzie and Harriet Nelson visit Dick Joy, third from left.Spike Jones, for whom Dick Joy announced.Mike Wallace was the announcer on the Spotlight Revue when it originated from Chicago, and Mr. Joy stepped in when the troupe moved to Hollywood.,Dick Joy, Ozzie and Harriet, Lowell Thomas, and


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Dick Joy at KNXDick Joy, KNX/CBS Radio Network announcer, 1940s. Richard ,Dick, Joy was regularly heard by millions of Americans tuned to CBS during the Golden Age of Radio and TV,the 1930s through the 1950s.Dick began broadcasting for KNX radio in Los Angeles in the 1930s while he was a student at USC.At 21 he was the youngest staff announcer at the CBS Radio Network.In addition to his local duties at KNX, Dick was the announcer for such network shows as Spike Jones, Danny Kaye, Nat King Cole, The Bell Telephone Hour, The Silver Theater, Vox Pop, and Sam Spade.Working with producer Barney Miller, Dick created CBS Sunday Desk, which pioneered the use of multiple, short voice bytes in a paced program.Dick made the transition to CBS Television in the late 40s as a reporter for CBS, You Are There, and later as announcer for December Bride, Perry Mason, Have Gun,Will Travel, Daktari, Lost in Space, and Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.In later years, Dick became the News Director for KFAC-AM and FM, the classical music stations for Los Angeles in the 1960s.Dick Joy at KCMJDick Joy at KCMJ, the first Palm Springs radio station.Ozzie and Harriet Nelson visit Dick Joy, third from left.Spike Jones, for whom Dick Joy announced.Mike Wallace was the announcer on the Spotlight Revue when it originated from Chicago, and Mr. Joy stepped in when the troupe moved to Hollywood.,Dick Joy, Ozzie and Harriet, Lowell Thomas, and


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Howard Duff, Lurene Tuttle, Dashiell Hammett (creator), William Conrad, Sara Berner, Bea Benaderet (possibly), Alan Reed, Gil Doud (writer, director), Robert Tallman (writer), Lud Gluskin (music), Dick Joy (announcer).


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