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  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS:
    • 1988-1990: WGH (97 Star)/Norfolk, intern, weekend jock to full-time nights 6p-10p
    • 1990-1996: KRBE/Houston, nights and MD
    • 1996-2006: Z100/New York, MD and afternoons
    • 2006-present: WKTU/New York, mornings

    1) What led you to a career in radio?

    In 1984 I was 13, I called in and won a prize on Z-104 in my hometown of Virginia Beach. After hearing the playback on the air of me winning, I was blown away by how exciting the DJ made it sound. I became hooked from that moment.

    2) What is your favorite part of the job?

    The saying, "every day is different," is what excites me the most. I truly have the same excitement today as I did when I first started.

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I played in bands in college, worked in a record store, had a radio show on my college station and also did mobile DJ work to help pay for school. Tragically my band-mate and writing partner was killed in an accident the weekend after we graduated. ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: A love of pop culture influenced my decision to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Though radio wasn't plan A, luckily I happily stumbled into one of the best jobs ever! Let's just say those stories you hear "an internship turned into ...

  • 1) How Did You End Up Working At All Access? I had been doing radio back east in Michigan and Ohio. I was working at a station that flipped formats and suddenly found myself displaced, wondering what my next move would be. A friend of mine (Hi Connie!) was working at ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I started on the street team at KLUC on Halloween 2006, quickly moved up to part-time on-air, then full-time overnights, then nights. Left for nights in Tampa Bay, spent a year doing Country mornings in Denver and now I've been back at KLUC for ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I started out as a jock and commercial producer in Williamsport, PA, when I was 19 years old. I had answered a job listing in the local newspaper's classified section, "weekend radio announcers wanted." A highlight for me in the summer of 1990, was ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: KSFM/Sacramento KHWD/Sacramento KQLK/Sacramento KNX-A/Los Angeles KATY/Riverside-San Bernardino KHTH/Santa Rosa KFGY/Santa Rosa KUPL/Portland KAWO/Boise WKSE/Buffalo 1) How would you describe your first radio gig? I started out on the ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I started as an intern my senior year of high school at Entercom/Buffalo's WGR 550. I would go on to intern with Kiss 98.5 for the next couple years until Sue O'Neil finally hired me! I worked weekends and fill-ins after that, until April 2012 when ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: SOCIAL: Twitter: @drewonq92 Facebook: @drewonq92 Snapchat: @drewonq92 We'll have to go way back ... the year was 2011 and I was a student at The Ohio Center for Broadcasting, We had just lost Nate Dogg, Charlie Sheen was losing his mind and a ...

  • BRIEF CAREER SYNOPSIS: I started my radio career in 2009 as an intern at KXOL in Los Angeles. After six months of interning, I was then hired as a board operator. Two years later, I moved on to work at KPWR (Power 106), where I helped produce shows like "Big Boys ...


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