Clarke Ingram spent more than three decades in radio, roughly half of that in his hometown of Pittsburgh. He served as Program Director of WBZZ-FM (B-94) in Pittsburgh, Operations Manager of KZZP-AM/FM in Phoenix, Program Director and afternoon drive personality at WJJJ-FM (104.7 The Beat) in Pittsburgh, and Operations Manager and Program Director of WPXY-FM (98 PXY) in Rochester, New York. Ingram probably is best remembered for his achievements as Program Director of KRQQ-FM (93.7 KRQ) in Tucson, Arizona, where he orchestrated the highest-rated Top 40 radio station in the nation, and as a highly-rated on-air personality at WBZZ-FM (B-94) in Pittsburgh, where he once beat powerhouse KDKA in the ratings. He also worked as an on-air personality at WHTZ-FM (Z-100) in New York City, WEGX-FM (Eagle 106) in Philadelphia, and WWSW-FM (3WS) and WXKX-FM (96KX) in Pittsburgh, among other stations. Ingram was honored on three occasions as Program Director of the Year by the Gavin Seminar for Media Professionals and Bobby Poe's Pop Music Survey, and was nominated for industry awards on many other occasions along with his radio stations. In 1995, he was voted one of the "40 Best Top 40 DJ's Of All Time" by the readers of Decalcomania, a radio enthusiasts' magazine, and in 2000, he was honored as one of radio's "Legends Of The Airwaves" at The Conclave, an annual radio seminar in Minneapolis. In 2008, his 30th anniversary year, Ingram was recognized by his peers by being voted into the radio "Hall of Fame" established by industry trade publication FMQB. Most recently. he held several different positions with Broadcast Communications Inc., which owns five radio stations in Southwestern Pennsylvania, and served as a consultant to WZUM (AM) in the Pittsburgh area, developing and implementing an R&B Oldies format aired on the station from 2013 to 2016. He also is the creator of a number of television-related websites, including,,, and Ingram can be reached at cingram at aol dot com.