For ten years before joining “Chasing News,” Bill hosted “Wake Up with Bill,” an award-winning talk show on Philadelphia's 900 AM WURD.Philadelphia Tribune Newspaper recognized Bill's work in the community and named him one of “Philadelphia's Most Influential African Americans,” and Philadelphia Weekly named him “Best Radio Talker.”Bill was panelist in Emmy-nominated FOX 29 series “Black on Black.” He is also featured in JAY-Z's documentary of the nationally-recognized concert “Made in America.”Over the course of his career, Bill has interviewed many people, including Presidents Clinton, Obama, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.He had seven singles that reached the #1 position on the country music charts, including "Mama Sang a Song" and "Sometimes." He has been married and divorced twice; his second wife was Becky Anderson.

Bill Anderson has been using that philosophy for over fifty years to capture the attention of millions of country music fans around the world, en route to becoming a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and one of the most popular, most enduring entertainers of our time.

He’s known, in fact as “Whispering Bill,” a nickname hung on him years ago as a result of his breathy voice and his warm, soft approach to singing a country song.

Anderson has made several television appearances, including two stints as a game show host: The Better Sex (with co-host Sarah Purcell) in 1977, and the country music-themed quiz show Fandango (1983–1989) on The Nashville Network.

He has also hosted an interview show called Opry Backstage and was a producer of a talent show called You Can Be a Star, hosted by fellow Opry member Jim Ed Brown, both shows on the former Nashville Network, and has made guest appearances on several other television series.

Artists who have recorded his material include Ray Price, Wanda Jackson, Connie Smith, Lynn Anderson, Jim Reeves, Conway Twitty, Eddy Arnold, Roy Clark, Con Hunley, Lefty Frizzell, Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney, and George Strait.

Bill Anderson had his own television show in the 1960s.

Twenty-nine more of his singles have reached the top ten.

One of the most successful songwriters in country music history, Anderson is also a popular singer, earning the nickname "Whisperin' Bill" for his soft vocal style and occasional spoken narrations.

When a TV personality makes a quick change in their timetable, the viewers tends to suspect about their move.

In this consider, today we are going to talk about a senior news anchor, Rebecca "Becky" Anderson, who suddenly transferred to the network she was serving, and that led the way for much suspicious to emerge.

American country singer who has released over forty albums since beginning his career in 1958 and who sang hits like "I Get the Fever" and "My Life (Throw It Away If I Want To)." He was interested in sportswriting and journalism until he realized his musical skill.