H. Jerome D'Amato (August 24, 1927 – January 24, 1979), known professionally as Jerry Damon, was an American radio and television announcer and actor.

Damon was a staff announcer for NBC in New York from 1954WIKIPEDIA until his death. He was part of a core group that, during his years with the network, also included such other noted voice-over artists as Bill Wendell, Don Pardo, Mel Brandt, Wayne Howell, Vic Roby and Howard Reig. As such, his duties included handling network program introductions and closes, bumpers, promos, and teasers. He also handled such duties, as well as occasional sign-offs and live tags, for the network's New York flagship station WNBC-TV and its radio sister stations (WNBC (AM), now WFAN and WNBC-FM/WNWS/WYNY, now WQHT, respectively).

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