Nashville's Gerry House of WSIX/Nashville and Chuck Collier of WGAR/Cleveland will be inducted into the Country Music DJ Hall of Fame on March 3 in Nashville. House and his morning radio show, The House Foundation, have already been recognized this year by the ACM, CMA and Radio & Records as radio personalities of the year. House's songwriting credits include Reba McEntire's "Little Rock" and George Strait's "The Big One." Collier, who has worked more than 30 years at WGAR, currently serves as the station's music director and afternoon air personality. In addition, radio programmers Bob McKay of WXTU/Philadelphia and Moon Mullins of WBKR-WOMI/Owensboro, Ky., will join the Country Music Radio Hall of Fame, also on March 3.