KSBJ’s Bill Ingram, Traffic Anchor, Inducted Into Texas Radio Hall of Fame

HOUSTON (August 4, 2017) – KSBJ’s own Bill Ingram, Traffic Anchor for the Morning Show and Afternoon Show, will be inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame November 4th of this year. Ingram is the second KSBJ DJ to be inducted into the TRHOF. Ingram is a seasoned professional, with over 40 years of experience in the broadcasting world. From Music Director to Morning Show Talent to National Network Anchor, Bill has worn a variety of hats during his career.Before coming to KSBJ, Ingram was Program Director and Morning Show Co-Host at KJCH in Cleveland, TX. He also did middays at WTAW in College Station, to name a few.

In 1997 Ingram joined the KSBJ family, where he hosted the Evening Show for about three years. He has been doing traffic for KSBJ since 2008 and has risen to be one of the most popular personalities with KSBJ’s listeners.

“I was very intimidated when I first came to KSBJ,” said Ingram. “It is so different from secular radio, but I think what I love about it is, at the end of the day, I really feel like God used me to make a difference in someone’s life.”

To be nominated to the TRHOF you must have worked in Texas Radio, have a track record in Texas Radio, and be nominated by a member of the TRHOF.

Please join CMB in congratulating Bill!

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