First FCC Licensed Female Announcer/DJ/News Anchor on Dallas Radio
Federal Communications Commission Certificate, issued Jan. ’65
National recognition of Honor announced by KVIL Management in feature article in TV RADIO MIRROR magazine (nat’l) Oct. issue, 1965. Other articles and acknowledgements by Dallas Morning News, etc.
Highest Award in TRHoF History THE “SAMMY” for 1st Female DJ in TX Radio
TEXAS RADIO HALL OF FAME,
1st ever TRHoF “named” Award, honoring the First FCC Licensed Female in Texas Radio in a Major Market. Named THE SAMMY, formally honoring: Mary Nash “SAM” Stoddard, who celebrates her 60th Anniversary as a Broadcaster in 2014. “SAM’s” voice is heard now via the Internet on Interviews and broadcasts worldwide. This year, Mary “Sam” Stoddard will present her Award to a Female Broadcaster, selected for her contributions to the Broadcasting Industry,…more
Additional Honors & Awards
* AWARD from Mexican Government for Outstanding Medical Reporting; * First FCC Licensed Female Announcer – City of Dallas – KVIL Radio; *AIM International AWARD for Publication of Scientific Research; * AWARDED Honor to lecture at prestigious medical school, UT Southwestern Medical School, Dallas; * HONORED Sworn Judge – State of Texas (served full term); * Certified Suicide Prevention/Intervention Practitioner ; * Honorary Spokesperson/Ambassador for TX Rice Growers Assn.; MISS RICE AWARD from Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) – Rice For Korea.
- Federal Communications Commission Certificate issued Jan. ’65
- National recognition of Honor announced by KVIL Management in feature article in TV RADIO MIRROR magazine (nat’l) Oct. issue, 1965.
- Other articles and acknowledgements by Dallas Morning News, etc.