Daniel Trombley Ingram (born September 7, 1934 in Oceanside, New York) is an American Top 40 disk jockey with a forty-year career on radio stations such as WABC (AM) and WCBS-FM in New York. Dan started broadcasting at WNRC, New Rochelle, New York, and WALK, Patchogue, New York. Ingram is regarded by many as the best Top-40 DJ of all time. He's noted for his quick wit and ability to convey a humorous or satiric idea with quick pacing and an economy of words--a talent which has made him uniquely suited to, and successful within, modern personality-driven music radio. He may be among the most frequently emulated radio personalities, cited as an influence or inspiration by numerous current broadcasters.
1958 � WICC, Bridgeport, Connecticut (under the name Rae Tayler)
1958 � WNHC, New Haven, Connecticut
1959 � KBOX, Dallas
1960 � WIL, St. Louis
July 3, 1961 � May 10, 1982 WABC, New York City. He and Ron Lundy were on-air as the station switched to TalkRadio on May 10, 1982.
1984�1985 Hosted CBS Radio's "Top 40 Satellite Survey"
1984�June 1985 � WKTU-FM, New York City
October 1991�June 2003 � WCBS-FM, New York City