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Michael Jackson (radio commentator)

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Michael Robin Jackson (16 April 1934 – 15 January 2022) was a British-American talk radio host and occasional actor. He was based in the Los Angeles area. Jackson is best known for his radio show which covered arts, politics, and human interest subjects, particularly in the Los Angeles and greater Southern California area in the era before "shock jocks". His show originally aired on L.A. radio station KABC and aired on KGIL for a short time.

Jackson died of problems caused by Parkinson's disease on 15 January 2022, aged 87.[1]


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