Moon was named one of Country Radio's five most influential programmers in 1988. His radio career began in 1961 at KKAZ (Denver City, TX) and includes early stops at KLLL (Lubbock, TX) and KCKN (Kansas City, MO). In 1969 he took his first Program Director position at KFDI (Wichita, KS), followed by PD positions at WINN (Louisville, KY), WDAF (Kansas City, MO) and WHN (New York, NY).
In 1991 he became a consultant with the Pollack Media Group and in 1994 founded First Track of Nashville, a music research company. He founded the Moon Mullins Company in 1995 and became Group Country Program Director for the Journal Broadcasting Group in 1999. In 2005 he took a position as Operations Manager for WBKR and WOMI (Owensboro, KY) and co-host of the morning show on WBKR.
The Country Music DJ Hall of Fame (founded 1974) is dedicated to the recognition of those individuals who have made significant contributions to the country radio industry over a twenty-five year period. Country Radio Broadcasters, Inc. is proud to be the trustee of the institution. Induction into the Radio Hall of Fame (founded 2000) requires the same twenty-five year criteria.
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