Clay Berry is a radio veteran with over 40 years in the communications industry. Mr. Berry began his illustrious radio career at age 13, in Virginia and Washington DC as a part-time-radio personality. His radio career then took him to Connecticut, White Plains and finally New York City where it encompassed the varied roles of Board Operator and Traffic Director, as well as Assistant Program Director. Clay Berry has been Producer and / or Senior Producer of several radio programs including The Doug Banks Morning Show, The Rick Party Morning Show, the Paul Mooney Morning show and the Steve Harvey Morning Show
Mr. Berry's media and music expertise has been used in television and film while working with Spike Lee as music researching on Crooklyn, Get on the Bus and Girl 6. Clay Berry's voice has been featured on advertisements in both commercial and public broadcasting.
Clay Berry is the Executive Producer and co-host of the Hal Jackson's Sunday Classics heard on 107.5 WBLS in New York City with Hal Jackson's wide and co-host, Debi B. Hal Jackson's Sunday Classics was New York's longest-running classic soul radio show (with the largest listening audience find radio history, every Sunday for well over 20 years).
As Executive Producer, Berry continues to be responsible for radio program format and content, music research and selection, deciding and producing special program segments, studio and remote broadcasts and management of all equipment which include Audio Vault, Cool Edit Pro, Vox Pro and Adobe Audition