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(KSL News) -- The Mormon Tabernacle Choir received a national honor today. The choir and the radio program "Music and the Spoken Word" were inducted into the National Broadcasters hall of Fame.
The honor was presented this afternoon at the annual broadcasters convention in Las Vegas.
The Choir joins a number of notable broadcasters, including Kasey Kasem, Red Skelton, and Benny Goodman.
"Music and the Spoken Word" has been on the air for 75 years, making it the longest continuously running network radio broadcast.