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September 27, 1941
|Residence||Valparaiso, Indiana, U.S.|
|Alma mater||Cedarville College|
|Occupation||Announcer, writer, teacher|
|Years active||1960s – 2014|
|Home town||Chicago, Illinois|
(19?? – present)
Michael "Mike" Kellogg (born September 27, 1941) is a senior announcer with Moody Radio and host for Music Through the Night.
Kellogg first wanted to be a writer who later got a job for a newspaper company at a young age, and was later writing for the broadcasting company in Chicago. Kellogg began his career in the late 1980s when Music Through the Night was also created. In late 1982 Kellogg was hired to be host of Music Through the Night. Kellogg now speaks to the late-night listener, presenting a relaxed yet relaxed direct message of the fullness of a life of religion. Besides Music Through the Night, Kellogg can also be heard in a two minute radio program Today in the World.
In 1980, Kellogg was given the Religion in Media Award for his dramatic role in the radio for Treasures in the Snow.
- "Mike Kellogg". Oasis Audio.com. Retrieved December 15, 2013.