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Crowley was an anchor for the Mutual Broadcasting System radio network, as well as a general assignment and White House correspondent for The Associated Press, before moving to NBC News' Washington bureau.
Larry eventually became the host of a local radio show and later went on to host his own national nightly talk show in 1978 for the Mutual Broadcasting System.
In 1986, she was recruited by the Mutual Broadcasting System and syndicated to 180 markets, including KFI-AM (640), until she departed from the airwaves in 1990.
Westwood One owns, manages, or distributes the NBC Radio Network, CBS Radio Network, the Mutual Broadcasting System, CNN Radio, Fox Radio Network, Metro Networks, Metro Traffic and Shadow Traffic.
In 1937, the radio drama ''The Shadow,'' starring Orson Welles, premiered on the Mutual Broadcasting System.
In 1972, he joined Mutual Broadcasting System in Washington, DC as Director of Affiliate Relations.
Norman Pattiz is the founder and chairman of Westwood One, America's largest radio network -- home of CBS, NBC, Fox Radio Networks, the Mutual Broadcasting System, and CNN Radio.
He also hosts his own daily radio talk show, The Larry King Show, heard on more than 400 stations of the Mutual Broadcasting System.