Jeff Easterling is a native to the Ark-La-Tex and is coming up on 30 years of radio. Married to Ms. Cindy (bless her heart), they have 3 daughters (bless his heart), and his best friend his an old hound dog. Jeff, has at times been one of the America's most honored, and one time he was almost one of America's most wanted. His irreverent sense of humor keeps it interesting. He's opinionated, he can be brash, and he can be a real sweetheart. Thing is, you ne
Every time he gets in front of the microphone, Bob Kingsley adds to his status as the most listened-to radio voice in country music history. The Host and Executive Producer of Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40, far and away the most successful show of its kind, has been the king of the country countdown for three decades now, and to hear him tell it, the process retains every bit of its magic. "I love the music and the people who make it," he says, "and I want our listeners to have as much insight into both as it's possible to give them, and to make the experience as enjoyable as possible."
Cathy Martindale has been co-hosting zMax Racing Country, which is in over 300 markets with 10 million listeners, for fourteen years! For 17 years Cathy worked at WSM, the home of Country music, where she did mornings, afternoons, and even worked as the Music Director. She also co/hosted the morning show with Coyote McCloud on WMAK/WRQQ and has recorded over 12,000 car commercials. Cathy career has also involved different televised shows from being a co-host with Country Music star Craig Morgan on the Tennessee's Wildside to a co-host with Ralph Emery (2007) on the Ralph Emery Country Collection. S
Paul Schadt has been co-hosting zMax Racing Country, which combines his two loves NASCAR & Country Music, for twenty years! He has been on the Charlotte airwaves since 1981, hosting Charlotte's #1 rated Country Morning show Paul Schadt and Sarah.
Paul is also very involved with many different charities from St Judes to Easter Seals to the Red Cross and anyone else that needs a helping hand.
When he's not on the air, or out on location, you can find Paul doing his number one fun activity: spending time with his family; wife Kathy, son Adam, and daughter Emily. Any weekend when the sun is shini
With a career solidly based in broadcasting, Bob’s background could best be described as diverse and extensive. He received five nominations from either Billboard or Gavin Magazines as the Operations-Program Director of the Year, winning the coveted Gavin award in 1987. Bob served as the Country Radio Seminar Agenda Chairman in 1993 and on the CRS Board of Directors. For seven years Bob was Director of Operations and Programming of America’s highest billing Country combo, KZLA/KLAC in Los Angeles. A
Anne’s just a little familiar with radio. Ten years on the air in San Francisco, ten in Los Angeles, eight in Nashville. There’s more to the story (TV, voiceover work, co-writing specials for labels, artist interviews) but what matters most is that she delivers the details on New Music Nashville and has since the show’s start.
One memorable interview moment, says Annie G., is when Keith Urban told her he liked her hair. She added “yes, ladies, he really is a very nice guy”.
And the dominate force is Contemporary Country Radio! In September 0f 1989, KKYR FM “Kicker 102.5” went on the air playing Garth Brooks with 100,000 watts of power! Since that time, Kicker has been a force to be reckoned with in the Four States Area (Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana), dominating all other formats with the best and most Country.
Kicker’s playlist includes country giants, George Strait, Reba, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn, Garth Brooks, Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Shania Twain and Hot Country newcomers like, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Taylor Swift, Jake Owen, Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley.
For over 20 ye
Mario is a radio veteran with 30+ years under his belt, working at many stations throughout his long career. Born and raised in Texarkana, he often performed his own radio shows he taped on a recorder for his friends. Then in 1978, while attending Arkansas High School, he was offered a part time on-air position at KOSY 790. Mario went on to pursue his love for radio, and, after taking some broadcasting classes at TCC, he was eventually hired full time at the station
I love radio! I've been in the business for over 25 years! Yeah, I started at the young age of 10? Actually I got hooked in college at The University of North Texas in Denton, and I'm so glad I did! I feel blessed to be able to do what I love and I'm married to the most wonderful man.... life is good. Thank you so much for listening! Email or facebook me and tell me what you're up too!
Once upon a time in a land far, far away (Dallas) I was born! My mom and I moved to Houston when I was 12 years old and have called both cities my home ever since. I have been in the radio biz since the stone age, we actually played records back then. But along the broadcast journey I fell madly in love with the radio business and I’ve been doing it ever since! At one time or another I’ve done it all, mornings, middays, afternoons, network, traffic reporter, operations manager, program director, music director, you name it! But no matter what time-slot I’m working the most fun I have is doing my best to entertain you and hopefully make your day a little better
I am a Texarkana Native, having been born and raised right here. I have been in the Radio Business since October 1982 and have been News & Sports Director since May 1993. I love relaying severe weather and snow reports to our listeners. I am married and have two wonderful children, a boy age 11 and a daughter who is 7, they are my life!!!! I enjoy cooking and eating a batch of good ole Texas Chili and I love snow days!!!!
Somewhere in the Robinson family archives, there’s video of young Jeremy at a cousin’s birthday party. While all the other children are playing, Jeremy is using a stick as a microphone and interviewing party guests. By 9, Robinson was “hosting” a radio and television version of 'The Jeremy Robinson Show' out of his bedroom using a karaoke machine and his family's video camera. Now, it's not only a passion, it's a career -- and it's not just the listeners that are taking notice -- it's the country stars, too! Kix Brooks says, "Jeremy Robinson is one of the most exciting young talents on the air right now, and he’s as much a fan of country music and our artists as I am