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* KentBrockmanNews: All over the place, particularly ''San Andreas''' WCTR News and ''IV[='s=]'' Weazel News.
* LargeHam: Among others, most notable are Lazlow and radio news anchors Richard Burns (San Andreas) and Mike Whitely (IV).

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* KentBrockmanNews: All over the place, particularly ''San Andreas''' WCTR News and ''IV[='s=]'' Weazel News.
News in ''IV'' and ''V''.
* LargeHam: Among others, most notable are Lazlow and radio news anchors Richard Burns (San Andreas) (''San Andreas'') and Mike Whitely (IV).(''IV'').


* GratuitousEnglish: Pepe of ''GTA VC[='s]=''' Radio Espantoso, as well as Don Cheto and Mexican Institute of Sound of V's East Los FM.

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* GratuitousEnglish: Pepe of ''GTA VC[='s]=''' VC[='s=]'' Radio Espantoso, as well as Don Cheto and Mexican Institute of Sound of V's East Los FM.


* TheDanza: Konstantinos Smith is voiced by occultist Konstantinos.[[note]]Who is credited as his website domain.[[/note]]

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* TheDanza: Konstantinos Smith is voiced by occultist Konstantinos.[[note]]Who is credited as his website domain.[[/note]]

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* RoleEndingMisdemeanor: An InUniverse example with Jack Howitzer, who was arrested for murdering Billy Dexter during his interview on the radio and spent several years in prison before getting a reality show in 2013.


** Being that Rockstar is from Britain (more specifically, UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}), Non-Stop-Pop features a disproportionate amount of British artists, even when it doesn't make much sense. While some of them are feasible as they have following stateside (Gorillaz, M.I.A., Naked Eyes, Wham!, Pet Shop Boys), quite a few are considered {{One Hit Wonder}}s across the Atlantic (Dirty Vegas, All Saints[[note]]who are Australian, but the point still stands[[/note]]), but others are almost completely unheard of despite being popular back home (Living in a Box, Moloko, Morcheeba, N-Joi, Music/{{Jamiroquai}}, Music/RobbieWilliams, Sneaker Pimps, Bronski Beat, Mis-Teeq, Blow Monkeys). With the next-gen version, the British artists outnumber the Americans. The fact that it's hosted by the British Creator/CaraDelevingne adds to this. Moreover, many of the non-British artists are also European, which leaves Americans in an even bigger minority despite being a pop station set in the US.

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** Being that Rockstar is from Britain (more specifically, UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}), Non-Stop-Pop features a disproportionate amount of British artists, even when it doesn't make much sense. While some of them are feasible as they have following stateside (Gorillaz, M.I.A., Naked Eyes, Wham!, Pet Shop Boys), quite a few are considered {{One Hit Wonder}}s across the Atlantic (Dirty Vegas, All Saints[[note]]who Saints[[note]]half of whom are Australian, Canadian, but the point still stands[[/note]]), but others are almost completely unheard of despite being popular back home (Living in a Box, Moloko, Morcheeba, N-Joi, Music/{{Jamiroquai}}, Music/RobbieWilliams, Sneaker Pimps, Bronski Beat, Mis-Teeq, Blow Monkeys). With the next-gen version, the British artists outnumber the Americans. The fact that it's hosted by the British Creator/CaraDelevingne adds to this. Moreover, many of the non-British artists are also European, which leaves Americans in an even bigger minority despite being a pop station set in the US.


** Being that Rockstar is from Britain (more specifically, UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}), Non-Stop-Pop features a disproportionate amount of British artists, even when it doesn't make much sense. While some of them are feasible as they have following stateside (Gorillaz, M.I.A., Naked Eyes, Wham!, Pet Shop Boys), quite a few are considered {{One Hit Wonder}}s across the Atlantic (Dirty Vegas, All Saints[[note]]who are Australian, but the point still stands[[/note]]), but others are almost completely unheard of despite being popular back home (Living in a Box, Moloko, Morcheeba, N-Joi, Jamiroquai, Music/RobbieWilliams, Sneaker Pimps, Bronski Beat, Mis-Teeq, Blow Monkeys). With the next-gen version, the British artists outnumber the Americans. The fact that it's hosted by the British Cara Delevingne adds to this. Moreover, many of the non-British artists are also European, which leaves Americans in an even bigger minority despite being a pop station set in the US.

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** Being that Rockstar is from Britain (more specifically, UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}), Non-Stop-Pop features a disproportionate amount of British artists, even when it doesn't make much sense. While some of them are feasible as they have following stateside (Gorillaz, M.I.A., Naked Eyes, Wham!, Pet Shop Boys), quite a few are considered {{One Hit Wonder}}s across the Atlantic (Dirty Vegas, All Saints[[note]]who are Australian, but the point still stands[[/note]]), but others are almost completely unheard of despite being popular back home (Living in a Box, Moloko, Morcheeba, N-Joi, Jamiroquai, Music/{{Jamiroquai}}, Music/RobbieWilliams, Sneaker Pimps, Bronski Beat, Mis-Teeq, Blow Monkeys). With the next-gen version, the British artists outnumber the Americans. The fact that it's hosted by the British Cara Delevingne Creator/CaraDelevingne adds to this. Moreover, many of the non-British artists are also European, which leaves Americans in an even bigger minority despite being a pop station set in the US.


** Being that Rockstar is from Britain (more specifically, UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}), Non-Stop-Pop features a disproportionate amount of British artists, even when it doesn't make much sense. While some of them are feasible as they have following stateside (Gorillaz, M.I.A., Naked Eyes, Wham!, Pet Shop Boys), quite a few are considered {{One Hit Wonder}}s across the Atlantic (Dirty Vegas, All Saints), but others are almost completely unheard of despite being popular back home (Living in a Box, Moloko, Morcheeba, N-Joi, Jamiroquai, Music/RobbieWilliams, Sneaker Pimps, Bronski Beat, Mis-Teeq, Blow Monkeys). With the next-gen version, the British artists outnumber the Americans. The fact that it's hosted by the British Cara Delevingne adds to this. Moreover, many of the non-British artists are also European, which leaves Americans in an even bigger minority despite being a pop station set in the US.

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** Being that Rockstar is from Britain (more specifically, UsefulNotes/{{Scotland}}), Non-Stop-Pop features a disproportionate amount of British artists, even when it doesn't make much sense. While some of them are feasible as they have following stateside (Gorillaz, M.I.A., Naked Eyes, Wham!, Pet Shop Boys), quite a few are considered {{One Hit Wonder}}s across the Atlantic (Dirty Vegas, All Saints), Saints[[note]]who are Australian, but the point still stands[[/note]]), but others are almost completely unheard of despite being popular back home (Living in a Box, Moloko, Morcheeba, N-Joi, Jamiroquai, Music/RobbieWilliams, Sneaker Pimps, Bronski Beat, Mis-Teeq, Blow Monkeys). With the next-gen version, the British artists outnumber the Americans. The fact that it's hosted by the British Cara Delevingne adds to this. Moreover, many of the non-British artists are also European, which leaves Americans in an even bigger minority despite being a pop station set in the US.


** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'': Ruslana of Vladivostok FM (blue); Carl Bradshaw of [[Music/{{Reggae}} Tuff Gong Radio]] (blue); Bobby Konders of Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 (purple); Premier (purple) of The Classics 104.1 (blue); Mister Cee, The Evil Genius (purple) and Green Lantern of The Beat 102.7 (red); Vaughn Harper of The Vibe 98.9 (blue); Daddy Yankee (red) of San Juan Sounds (purple); The Journey (blue); [[{{Jerkass}} Lazlow]] (red) of Integrity 2.0; WKTT Radio - Richard Bastion (purple); Public Liberty Radio - Beatrix Fontaine (blue) of The Séance; [[{{Hipster}} Creator/JulietteLewis]] of Radio Broker (blue); Roy Haynes of Jazz Nation Radio (blue); Karl Lagerfeld of K 109 The Studio (purple); Jimmy Gestapo of HCHC (red); Music/IggyPop of Liberty Rock Radio 97.8 (red); Roy Ayers (purple) of Fusion FM (blue); Femi Kuti of IF99 (blue); Francois K of Electro-Choc (purple).
** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIVEpisodesFromLibertyCity'': Max Cavalera of LCHC (red); Funk Flex and Statik Selektah of The Beat 102.7 (red); Fernando Martinez (purple) of Vice City FM (blue); Paul Martin (red) of Vladivostok FM (purple); Henry Santos Jeter of San Juan Sounds (purple); Crookers of Electro-Choc (purple); David Rodigan of Ramjam FM (blue); Audrey of Self-Actualization FM (blue).

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** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV'': Ruslana of Vladivostok FM (blue); Carl Bradshaw of [[Music/{{Reggae}} Tuff Gong Radio]] (blue); Bobby Konders of Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 (purple); Premier (purple) of The Classics 104.1 (blue); Mister Cee, The Evil Genius (purple) and Green Lantern of The Beat 102.7 (red); Vaughn Harper of The Vibe 98.9 (blue); Daddy Yankee (red) of San Juan Sounds (purple); The Journey (blue); [[{{Jerkass}} Lazlow]] (red) of Integrity 2.0; WKTT Radio - Richard Bastion (purple); Public Liberty Radio - Beatrix Fontaine (blue) of The Séance; [[{{Hipster}} Creator/JulietteLewis]] Juliette]] [[Creator/JulietteLewis Lewis]] of Radio Broker (blue); Roy Haynes of Jazz Nation Radio (blue); Karl Lagerfeld of K 109 The Studio (purple); Jimmy Gestapo of HCHC (red); Music/IggyPop of Liberty Rock Radio 97.8 (red); Roy Ayers (purple) of Fusion FM (blue); Femi Kuti of IF99 (blue); Francois K of Electro-Choc (purple).
** ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIVEpisodesFromLibertyCity'': [[Music/{{Sepultura}} Max Cavalera Cavalera]] of LCHC (red); Funk Flex and Statik Selektah of The Beat 102.7 (red); Fernando Martinez (purple) of Vice City FM (blue); Paul Martin (red) of Vladivostok FM (purple); Henry Santos Jeter of San Juan Sounds (purple); Crookers of Electro-Choc (purple); David Rodigan of Ramjam FM (blue); Audrey of Self-Actualization FM (blue).


** All radio [=DJs=] in ''IV'' are real-life musicians, up to and including Music/IggyPop on Liberty Rock Radio.

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** All music radio [=DJs=] in ''IV'' are real-life musicians, up to and including Music/IggyPop on Liberty Rock Radio.

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** All radio [=DJs=] in ''IV'' are real-life musicians, up to and including Music/IggyPop on Liberty Rock Radio.

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* MotorMouth: MC Codebreaker, the DJ for MSX FM in ''III'' and ''Liberty City Stories''.


*** '''L'''earn, '''S'''tart '''F'''oing

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*** '''L'''earn, '''S'''tart '''F'''oing'''D'''oing


*** '''T'''hink, '''H'''old that thought, '''C'''omplete
*** '''L'''earn, '''S'''tart '''d'''oing
*** '''M'''otivate, '''D'''emonstrate, '''Mo'''tivate '''a'''gain

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*** '''T'''hink, '''H'''old that thought, That Thought, '''C'''omplete
*** '''L'''earn, '''S'''tart '''d'''oing
'''F'''oing
*** '''M'''otivate, '''D'''emonstrate, '''Mo'''tivate '''a'''gain
'''A'''gain

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** [[{{Schemer}} Jeremy Robard]]'s "self-help" programs in ''Vice City'' include:
*** '''T'''hink, '''H'''old that thought, '''C'''omplete
*** '''L'''earn, '''S'''tart '''d'''oing
*** '''M'''otivate, '''D'''emonstrate, '''Mo'''tivate '''a'''gain

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