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Today's Best Hits

Today's Best Hits
Type Radio network
Country United States
Availability National; also distributed in Canada, Europe, Armed Forces Radio
Owner Westwood One
Best Hits, Best Variety

Today's Best Hits was an American radio network with a Hot Adult Contemporary format. It played many contemporary songs. It also featured many retro (1980s) hits, and on Saturday night, it played only requested retro songs. The network was previously known as Best Hits, Best Variety. Today's Best Hits was a property of Cumulus Media Networks (now Westwood One).

"Retro Radio," the first nationwide radio broadcast devoted solely to music from the 80's, was launched on Saturday nights in 1997. The show was created and hosted by Thom "Booray" Daniels until 2000. As of 2013, the website, todaysbesthits.com now takes you to cumulus.com. The format was dissolved as Cumulus Media Networks merged with Westwood One, as there's already a "Hot AC" satellite provided by the network.

Contents

  • Sample hour of programming 1
  • On-air personalities before closure 2
  • Former on-air personalities 3
  • Source 4

Sample hour of programming

On-air personalities before closure

Former on-air personalities

Source

  • Westwood One


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