Hurley elected to broadcasters hall of fame

South Jersey radio broadcaster Harry Hurley has been elected to the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia Hall of Fame.

Hurley, who hosts “Hurley in the Morning” on WPG Talk Radio 1450, will be inducted into the hall in November.

Hurley has been broadcasting for more than 20 years and is a regular on the PolitickerNJ  power list of the 100 most powerful people in state politics.

Along with Hurley, the hall this year will induct Danny and The Juniors, Sid Doherty, Bob Kravitz, Dr. Brian McDonough, Nora Muchanic, Mike Nise, Kathy Orr, Bill Roswell, Vai Sikahema, Len Stevens and Louise Williams Bishop. 

The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia Hall of Fame counts dozens of radio and television luminaries as honorees, among them former Phillies play-by-play man Harry Kalas, longtime Tonight Show straight man Ed McMahon, Philadelphia news anchor Larry Kane and former media magnate Walter Annenberg.

Hurley elected to broadcasters hall of fame