Dan Halyburton

Past Radio Hall of Fame Inductees
2010

 

Dan Halyburton is a 39-year veteran of the radio business, currently heading up the Dallas-based new media and technology company, RadioTime, as President. A former Senior Vice President and Market Manager of Emmis Communications in New York, Halyburton began his career in 1970 at WWOK in Miami, Fla., with stops at WTVR (Richmond, Va.), WTCR (Huntington, W. Va.), WFMS (Indianapolis, Ind.), WDGY (Minneapolis, Minn.) and WQAM (Miami, Fla.) before arriving at Susquehanna Radio Corp. and KPLX/KLIF in Dallas, Texas, in 1981. He went on to a 25-year career with Susquehanna before leaving for Emmis in 2006. He has served on the CMA Board as Chairman and President, as well as the CRS Agenda Committee and the CRB Board. An active advocate of Internet streaming technologies, Halyburton has testified before the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on behalf of radio broadcasters.