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radio announcer

Daniel Trombley Ingram, American radio announcer. Recipient Brotherhood award National Conference Christians and Jews, 1967, numerous Clio awards, since 1977.


Ingram, Daniel Trombley was born on September 7, 1934 in Oceanside, New York, United States.


Student, Hofstra University, 1953.


Disc jockey Station WNRC-AM-FM, New Rochelle, New York, summer 1954, Station WALK-AM-FM, Patchogue, 1954-1956. Disc jockey, announcer Station WNHC-AM-FM-television, New Haven, 1956-1959. Disc jockey, production director Station KBOX-AM, Dallas, 1959-1960.

Disc jockey, program director Station WIL-AM, St. Louis, 1960-1961. Disc jockey Station WABC-AM-FM, New York City, 1961-1982, Columbia Broadcasting System radio, 1984-1986, JAM Productions, New York City, 1987-1988. Freelance announcer, since 1962.


Member People for the American Way, Washington, The Actors' Fund of America, New York, National Organization for Women, Washington. Member American Federation of television and Radio Artists (board directors), Screen Actors Guild (national vice president, board directors), Broadcast Pioneers.


  • Other Interests

    Oenophile, travel, theater, films, reading.


Son of John Hall and Dorothy (Trombley) I. Divorced; children: Joan, Dan, David, Robert, Christopher, Phillip, Michelle, Christina, Jacqueline.

John Hall Ingram

Dorothy (Trombley) Ingram

Joan Ingram

Dan Ingram

David Ingram

Robert Ingram

Christopher Ingram

Phillip Ingram

Michelle Ingram

Christina Ingram

Jacqueline Ingram