Owens has become the promotional announcing voice for Antenna TV, a cable channel

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Gary Owens

Gary Owens was born in Mitchell, South Dakota, on May 10, 1936, and began his radio career as a teenager reading the news on KORN/Mitchell. He became a seasoned traveler in the 1950s, mixing his offbeat humor with music at stations in Omaha, Denver, Dallas, St. Louis, San Antonio, New Orleans, Houston and Oakland. Owens hit the big time in 1961, when he moved to Los Angeles and became the morning host for KFWB. A year later, he became the afternoon disc jockey at KMPC/Los Angeles, where he remained for 20 years. Owens was heard nightly on over 200 stations as part of the syndicated “Music of Your Life” network. For over 30 years, Owens reached national audiences with a series of syndicated comedy and music programs, including Soundtrack of the Sixties, Superfun, and Gary Owens’ Weekend Spectacular. Owens also enjoyed a presence in television and animation. Perhaps his best known role was that of the announcer on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In. He was heard on countless commercials and provided voices for the animated characters Space Ghost, Roger Ramjet and Ren & Stimpy’s Powdered Toast Man. Gary Owens died on February 12, 2015. Gary Owens was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1994.

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Perhaps Gary Owens best known role was that of the announcer on Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In.    
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