Debuts::1944 in radio
- 25 January – The black maid character Beulah, played by Marlin Hurt, debuts on Fibber McGee and Molly. In 1945, Beulah received her own spin-off show.
- 7 March – Columbia Presents Corwin, hosted by Norman Corwin, debuts on CBS.
- 19 April - Arthur Hopkins Presents debuts on NBC.<ref name="dunningota">Dunning, John. (1998). On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-507678-3.</ref>
- 23 April - The Adventures of Bill Lance debuts on CBS West Coast network.<ref name=dunningota/>
- 5 May - The American Women's Jury debuts on Mutual.<ref name=dunningota/>
- 13 June - The Charlotte Greenwood Show debuts on NBC.<ref name=dunningota/>
- 23 June - Boston Blackie debuts on NBC.<ref name=dunningota/>
- 28 June - The Alan Young Show debuts on NBC.<ref name=dunningota/>
- 13 August - The Jackie Gleason-Les Tremayne Show debuts on NBC.<ref name=dunningota/>
- 8 October – The radio show The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet debuts.<ref name=dunningota/>
- 11 December - The Chesterfield Supper Club debuts on NBC.<ref name=dunningota/>
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