has won almost every major award the industry has to
offer. In addition to his Billboard's Air Personality of
the Year honor
He has received the prestigious Gavin Professional Programmer's Man of the Year Award
A citation from the National Association of Broadcasters for "Significant Achievement in American Broadcasting"
And unanimous election to the Ohio Broadcasters' Hall of Fame.
Samples of his work are on permanent display at the Museum of Broadcasting in New York, the Museum of Television & Radio in Beverly Hills and the International Broadcasting Congress Archives in Brussels.
|In May of 1997 Robert W. Morgan announced to a shocked Los Angeles listening audience that he had lung cancer. But the veteran morning man still found some humor in even the most difficult of circumstances.|
"It could have something to do with the two packs a day habit I had for the last 35 years" 1997 RWM
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|In an emotional
on-air statement he said he was taking some time off to
fight the disease full time.
He continued to do broadcasts from his home studio until 1998.