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The Essentials

Call Letters: WOWO
Frequency: 1190am
City of License: Fort Wayne
Metro(s): Fort Wayne
Power: 50,000 watts - Day, 9800 watts - Night, DA-Night (Class B)
Format: News/Talk
Address: 2915 Maples Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46816-3199
Phone: 260.447.5511
Ownership: Pathfinder Communications Corp.
Network Affiliation(s): Citadel Media (Sean Hannity, Mark Levin), FOX News Radio, Indianapolis Colts, Premiere Radio Networks (Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, George Noory), WestStar Talk Radio Network (Kim Komando), Wilbur Entertainment (Bruce DuMont/Beyond the Beltway)
Web Presence: http://www.wowo.com

Station Personnel

Current

GM: Jim Allgeier (January 18, 2012 - Current) (From GM of what's now WOWO-FM and WBYR)
Director of Engineering: Jack Didier (? - Current; Was Chief Engineer from April 1997)
Chief Engineer: Mogan David
GSM: Ben Saurer (February 16, 2009 - Current)
PD: Ryan Reker (November 5, 2012 - Current) (From PD at WEGE and WWSR in Lima, Ohio)
News Director: Kayla Blakeslee (July 2011 - Current; ND: January 2013 - Current)
Production Director: Cliff Mitchell (August 27, 2012 - Current) (Also production director for WOWO-FM, WBYR, WMEE-FM, WQHK-FM, WFGA and WKJG)
Promotions Director: Kristin Craft (October 29, 2013 - Current)
Mornings: Charly Butcher ("Fort Wayne's Morning News") (5:00am - 9:00am) (February 2004 - Current) (From mornings at WMEE) (Butcher did Middays (1:00pm - 3:00pm) on WOWO: ? - September 1995)
Mornings: Krista Miller (5:00am - 9:00am) (News) (July 2013 - Current)
Mornings: Loren Gardner (5:00am - 9:00am) (Producer) (September 2011 - Current)
Mid-Mornings: Glenn Beck (9:00am - 12:00pm) (January 7, 2002 - Current) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Mid-Afternoons: Rush Limbaugh (12:00pm - 3:00pm) (August 20, 1997 - Current) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Afternoons: Pat Miller (3:00pm - 6:00pm) (April 26, 2010 - May 4, 2012; January 2, 2013 - Current)
Evenings: Sean Hannity (6:00pm - 9:00pm) (Debuted 6pm - 9pm on March 26, 2002 and moved to 3pm - 6pm [for a brief time] on June 7, 2012.) (Syndicated via Citadel Media)
Nights: Mark Levin (9:00pm - 12:00am) (Syndicated via Citadel Media)
Overnights: Clyde Lewis ("Ground Zero, with Clyde Lewis) (12:00am - 1:00am)
Overnights: George Noory ("Coast to Coast AM") (1:00am - 5:00am) (June 25, 2001 - Current) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Weekends: Rush Limbaugh ("Week in Review") (Saturday 5:00am - 7:00am)
Weekends: Mid-West Ag Matters (Saturday 8:00am - 9:00am) (June 12, 2010 - Current)
Weekends: Rick Wolf ("House Calls") (Saturday 9:00am - 11:00am)
Weekends: The Mutual Fund Store (Saturday 11:00am - 12:00pm)
Weekends: The Dave Ramsey Show (Saturday 12:00pm - 3:00pm) (August 17, 2013 - Current)
Weekends: Rush Limbaugh ("Week in Review") (Saturday 3:00pm - 6:00pm) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Weekends: Glenn Beck ("Glenn Beck Weekend") (Saturday 6:00pm - 9:00pm) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Weekends: Sean Hannity (Saturday 9:00pm - 12:00am) (Syndicated via Citadel Media)
Weekends: Kim Komando Show (Sunday 1:00pm - 4:00pm) (Syndicated via WestStar Talk Radio Network)
Weekends: Dennis Miller (Sunday 4:00pm - 7:00pm)
Weekends: Bruce DuMont ("Beyond the Beltway") (Sunday 7:00pm - 9:00pm) (Syndicated via Wilbur Entertainment)
Weekends: Casey Hendrickson ("Casey Hendrickson Weekend") (Sunday 9:00pm - 10:00pm) (Formerly Saturday 2:00pm - 3:00pm)
Weekends: Bill Cunningham (Sunday 10:00pm - 12:00am) ("Sunday Night With Bill Cunningham") (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)

Former

VP/GP: Jane Bartsch (Deceased 14 June 2011)
VP/GM: Gina Maxwell (December 1993 - 1994. GM: December 1991 - December 1993)
GM: Wilmer C. Swartley (1930s)
GM: J.E. Baudino
GM: Paul E. Mills
GM: John B. Conley
GM: Joe D. Buys (? - ?) (Now out of radio)
GM: Robert Duffield (1946? - ?) (Deceased 29 June 1998)
GM: Edward Wallis
GM: Dan Friel
GM: Bill Latz
GM: Charlie Slavik (March 1984 - April 1985) (Now out of radio)
GM: Steve Schram (Now Market Manager for the CBS stations in Detroit, Michigan)
GM: Carl Vandagrift (also was PD) (Deceased 1 December 1991)
GM: John Irwin
GM: Tony Richards (Started with parent Pathfinder Communications Corp. in 1978. Served as GM until June 30, 2001)
GM: Mark DePrez (April 9, 2001 - January 18, 2012; GSM: October 1994 - November 2000. Pathfinder Communications Corp. COO from January 2012 until August 27, 2012.)
Chief Engineer: Bruce H. Ratts (1940s) (Deceased 1 May 1985)
Chief Engineer: Harold L. Brokaw (1950s)
Chief Engineer: Billy L. Wolfe (1970s)
Chief Engineer: Homer Evans
Chief Engineer: David Snyder
Chief Engineer: Ed Didier (? - March 1997) (Now Chief Engineer at WBNI and WBOI)
Director of Sales: Mark Osborn (February 15, 2002 - ?) (From Sales Manager at WBYR) (Now Director of Sales for WBTU, WHPP and WJFX)
GSM: Howard D. "Tommy" Longsworth (? - 1972) (Deceased 26 February 2002)
GSM: Ted Jordan (Now GM at WBZ in Boston, Massachusetts)
GSM: Scott Savage
GSM: Rodney Krol (May 1988 - ?) (From WKWK-AM/FM in Wheeling, West Virginia)
GSM: Jim Tighe (November 2000 - ?) (From salesperson) (Now out of radio)
NSM: Doug Wagner (November 1997 - ?) (Now out of radio)
NSM: Mary DePrez
SM: P.E. Mills
SM: John Boggs (1985 - ?) (From GSM at WTPI)
OM/PD: Tommy Allen (April 22, 1996 - ?) (From OM/PD at KDTH(AM)/KATF-FM in Dubuque, Iowa) (Now out of radio)
OM/PD: Jon Zimney (September 2, 2002 - July 18, 2007) (From OM at KERN in Bakersfield, California) (Now PD/News Director at WTRC and WTRC-FM)
OM/PD: Dan Mandis (October 7, 2008 - March 9, 2011) (From OM/PD at KKML and KVOR in Colorado Springs, Colorado) (Now PD at KHOW(AM) and KKZN(AM) in Denver, Colorado.)
OM/PD: Gregg Henson (May 2, 2011 - August 17, 2012) (From morning co-host at KRLD-FM in Dallas, Texas) (Now PD at WBGG(AM) and WPGB-FM in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.)
PD: C.A. Bollwinkel
PD: Chris Rathaus (1973- 1974) (Deceased 18 May 2006)
PD: Ned Foster
PD: Gary Noe (September 1982 - 1995) (From APD/Production Director) (Deceased 13 February 1997)
PD: John Picano (December 1995 - February 1996) (From WJNO in West Palm Beach, Florida) (Deceased 22 November 2012)
PD: Chuck Bailey (Now out of radio)
PD: Dan MacClintock (March 1991 - 1992) (From PD at WNRB in Youngstown, Ohio)
APD: Bethany Rowe (August 2004 - January 2005) (Now Senior Promotions Manager for K-LOVE and Air 1 Radio Networks in Indianapolis)
APD: Andy Ober (October 7, 2008 - April 25, 2011 and March 6, 2006 - August 29, 2007; OM/PD: August 30, 2007 - October 6, 2008)
APD: Brian LaMartina (October 2011 - August 17, 2012)
MD: Sam DeVincent (Deceased 1 December 1997)
News Director: Bob Carlin
News Director: Harold (Hal) Cessna (1950s)
News Director: Gary Froseth (Deceased 9 January 2010)
News Director: Art Saltsberg (1977 - 1979) (Now in sales at WOWO)
News Director: Victor Locke (1979 - 1983) (Now News Director at KSUT in Durango, Colorado)
News Director: Dugan Fry (? - August 5, 1989)
News Director: Michael O'Shea (1995 - January 2003) (Now News Director at WGFN in Glen Arbor/Traverse City, Michigan)
News Director: Kevin Morse (February 17, 2003 - July 27, 2004) (Now out of radio)
News Director: Jon Zimney (August 2004 - July 18, 2007) (From OM at KERN in Bakersfield, California) (Now PD/News Director at WTRC and WTRC-FM)
News Director: Andy Ober (October 7, 2008 - April 25, 2011) (OM/PD: August 30, 2007 - October 6, 2008) (Also PD at sister WKJG) (From Newsperson at WASK)
News Director: Mike Wilson (Now News Director at WIBC-FM and Network Indiana)
News Director: David Wheaton (November 2, 2011 - November 20, 2012) (Now an assignment editor at WISE-TV and WPTA-TV in Fort Wayne)
Director of War Programs: Carl Kenagy ("Tom Carnegie") (1942 - ?) (Deceased 11 February 2011)
Production Director: Steve Brelsford (1994 - August 27, 2012)
Production: Chris Tyler (? - November 1997) (Now APD/afternoons at WITL in Lansing, Michigan)
Promotions Director: Hilda Woehrmeyer (Deceased 18 April 1989)
Promotions Director: Guy Harris
Promotions Director: Andrew Dawson (Drew Dawson) (July 1979 - November 1982) (Now a broadcast journalist with the Virtual News Center in Boston, Massachusetts)
Promotions Director: Sheryce Hilkey (February 1991 - ?) (From Promotions Asisstant)
Promotions Director: Tony Malone (November 1997 - June 1998) (Now out of radio)
Promotions Director: Lynn Williams (August 20, 1998 - October 1999) (From Promotions Director with the former Kovas Communications stations in Fort Wayne)
Promotions Director: Natalee Kohls (1998 - December 13, 2001) (Now middays as "Sky Taylor" at WWMJ in Ellsworth/Bangor, Maine)
Promotions Director: Sean Bratton (July 29, 2002 - April 27, 2003) (From nights at WMEE, where he does afternoons now.)
Promotions Director: Dan Bader
Promotions Director: Nikki Jasperson (? - ?) (From Promotions Director/Sales Assistant for the Cumulus Broadcasting radio stations in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina)
Farm Director: Jay Gould (1938 - July 10, 1983) (Deceased January 1984)
Farm Director: Pam Geppert
Farm Director: Dave Russell
Farm Director: Ron Powers (? - September 1995) (Deceased 15 July 2001)
Farm Director: Kevin Morse (February 12, 1996 - February 23, 2003) (Now out of radio)
Farm Director: Kurt Deffenbaugh (February 24, 2003 - December 2006) (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: Eric Berman (Now a newsperson with WIBC-FM and Network Indiana)
Newsperson: Damon Bruce (March 2005 - ?) (From afternoon co-host at WBNS in Columbus, Ohio) (Now middays at KNBR in San Francisco, California)
Newsperson: Lee Burdorf (? - September 2000) (Now PD at WVPE)
Newsperson: Charlotte Burke (From PD at KDWN in Las Vegas, Nevada)
Newsperson: Kurt Deffenbaugh (March 6, 1998 - December 2006) (From Newsperson at WKXA in Findlay, Ohio) (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: Matt Demczyk (January 5, 2009 - ?) (From news reporter at KTRH in Houston, Texas)
Newsperson: Steve Douglas (November 24, 2004 - February 2005)
Newsperson: Doug Fisher (1975 - 1979)
Newsperson: Aishah Hasnie (Now a General Assignment reporter for WXIN-TV in Indianapolis)
Newsperson: Jerry Hoffman
Newsperson: Laura King (April 1, 2003 - ?)
Newsperson: Dan Knight (? - January 1997)
Newsperson: Jeremy Lawrence (August 2007 - January 2, 2009) (Now PD at KPEL in Lafayette, Louisiana)
Newsperson: Linda Losch (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: James Measel (1997 - 1998) (Now a newsperson at WLKI)
Newsperson: Blake Miller (May 6, 2002 - November 14, 2003) (From WGSN/WRSW) (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: John Perlich (September 2000 - ?) (From WGL) (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: Bonnie Presser (March 1997 - March 1998) (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: Van Rockefeller (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: Jim Schweickart (1974 - 1977) (Now out of radio)
Newsperson: Erica Taylor
Weather: Earl Finckle (Deceased 3 July 2009)
Mornings: Jay Gould (Deceased January 1984)
Mornings: Bob Sievers (1936 - 1986) (Deceased 3 September 2007)
Mornings: Chris Roberts (1973 - June 30, 1995) (Now owns WERT(AM) in Van Wert, Ohio, and WKSD-FM in Paulding, Ohio)
Mornings: Rick Hughes (Interim between Chris Roberts and Jay Walker) (Now mornings at WGL(AM)/WGL-FM)
Mornings: Jay Walker (October 8, 1995 - March 1997) (Deceased 6 June 2012)
Mornings: Dave Macy (5:00am - 9:00am) (June 1998 - December 16, 2002) (From PD/mornings at WLAC in Nashville, Tennessee) (Now out of radio)
Mornings: Rob Hines (5:00am - 9:00am) (October 1999 - ?) (Producer for Dave Macy's morning show) (Now out of radio)
Mornings: Kelly Turner (5:00am - 9:00am) (May 2001 - ?) (Producer) (Now out of radio)
Mornings: Bethany Rowe (5:00am - 9:00am) (August 2004 - January 2005) (Producer) (Now Senior Promotions Manager for K-LOVE and Air 1 Radio Networks in Indianapolis)
Mornings: Brock Andrews (Producer) (5:00am - 9:00am) (February 2, 2005 - ?) (Now out of radio)
Mornings: Enoch Perry (5:00am - 9:00am) (Producer) (November 7, 2005 - March 3, 2009)
Mornings: Chevy Smith (5:00am - 9:00am) (News) (November 2005 - April 27, 2009)
Mid-Mornings: Dr. Laura Schlessinger (9:00am - 12:00pm) (? - January 4, 2002)
Middays: Doug Gruber ("Doug Stephens") (1963 - 1968)
Middays: Jack Underwood (1966 - 1986) (Deceased 18 February 1992)
Middays: Ron Gregory (September 1995 - June 1997; Nights: 1973 - March 1985)
Afternoons: Bob Chase (3:00pm - 7:00pm) (Retired)
Afternoons: Chris Roberts (Now owns WERT(AM) in Van Wert, Ohio, and WKSD-FM in Paulding, Ohio)
Afternoons: "The Gary Burbank Show" (Syndicated from WLW in Cincinnati, Ohio) (? - March 14, 1997)
Afternoons: Diane Current (3:00pm - 6:00pm) (Producer) (March 17, 1997 - May 2007; APD: October 1999 - July 2002; Formerly Promotions Director) (Now Promotions Director and afternoon show producer at WGL(AM))
Afternoons: Pat White (3:00pm - 6:00pm) (March 17, 1997 - April 22, 2010) (Now afternoons at WGL(AM))
Afternoons: Gregg Henson (3:00pm - 6:00pm) (May 7, 2012 - June 6, 2012) (Now PD at WBGG(AM) and WPGB-FM in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.)
Afternoons: Casey Hendrickson (3:00pm - 6:00pm)
Early Evenings: SportsTalk (6:00pm - 7:00pm) (1985 - June 16, 2003)
Nights: Marvin Hunter (10:00pm - 12:00am)
Nights: John Cigna (mid 1960s) (Deceased 20 May 2011)
Nights: Robb Westaby (5:00pm - 9:00pm)
Nights: Jim Reed (1994 - ?; Middays: ? - April 1991) (Now mornings at WLDE)
Nights: Mike Rivers (September 1991 - ?) (From WRVQ in Richmond, Virginia)
Nights: BJ Stone (From morning co-host) (1993-1994) (Now out of radio)
Nights: The Dolans (7:00pm - 9:00pm) (? - March 25, 2002)
Nights: Paul Phillips (8:00pm - 10:00pm) (March 26, 1996 - September 18, 1996) (Now out of radio)
Nights: Michael Savage (9:00pm - 12:00am) (March 26, 2002 - ?) (Syndicated via Talk Radio Network)
Late Nights: Mike Reagan (9:00pm - 1:00am) (? - March 25, 2002)
Overnights: Michael O'Shea (Now News Director at WGFN in Glen Arbor/Traverse City, Michigan)
Overnights: Listo Fisher
Overnights: Tony Robinson
Overnights: Terry Morgan
Overnights: Chris Underwood (October 1991 - March 23, 1996) (Now out of radio)
Overnights: Joey Reynolds (1:00am - 5:00am) (August 1998 - June 2001)
Weekends: Syd Cornell (1931 - 1934) (Deceased 1993)
Weekends: Sean Compton (June 1992 - November 1992) (Now President of Programming and Entertainment for Tribune Company)
Weekends: Rush Limbaugh ("Week in Review") (Saturday 12:00pm - 3:00pm) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Weekends: Zach Bonahoom ("The Zach Bonahoom Show") (Saturday 12:00pm - 2:00pm) (? - August 3, 2013)
Weekends: "The Weekend" Mike McConnell (Saturday 12:00pm - 3:00pm) (April 2003 - ?) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Weekends: Laura Schlessinger (Sunday 4:00pm - 7:00pm)
Weekends: Clark Howard (Saturday 6:00pm - 7:00pm; Sunday 8:00pm - 9:00pm) (Syndicated via Cox Radio Networks)
Weekends: Rusty Humphries (Saturday 7:00pm - 10:00pm) (April 2003 - ?) (Syndicated via Talk Radio Network)
Weekends: Michael Savage (Sunday 9:00pm - 10:00pm) (Syndicated via Talk Radio Network)
Weekends: The Allen Hunt Show (Saturday 9:00pm - 12:00am) (Syndicated via Cox Radio Networks)
Weekends: "The Weekend" (Saturday 12:00pm - 3:00pm) (April 2003 - ?) (Syndicated via Premiere Radio Networks)
Weekends: John Batchelor ("The John Batchelor Show") (Saturday 9:00pm - 1:00am)
Weekends: FOX News Sunday (Sunday 9:00pm - 10:00pm)
Airstaff: George Applegate (1937 - 1938)
Airstaff: Bob Delgiorno
Airstaff: Carol Ford
Airstaff: Manthis Manchikes ("Pete Mathews") (Deceased 26 January 1993)
Airstaff: Neil McGinley
Airstaff: Al Mitchell
Airstaff: Rob Nichols
Airstaff: Richard S. (Dick) Rice (Deceased 22 February 2002)
Airstaff: Calvin "Baby" Richards

Station History

WOWO signed on March 31, 1925. It began as a 500 watt station with studios above the Main Auto Supply Company. While running 10,000 watts on 1160am, the station shared time with WWVA (Wheeling, West Virginia). Westinghouse purchased WOWO in 1936. Studios located at 124. W. Washington Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN. On March 29, 1941, WOWO changed dial positions from 1160am to 1190am. Studios located at 925 S. Harirson St., Fort Wayne, IN. In the Fall of 1968, WLYV(AM), then doing a Top 40 format and competiting with WOWO, beat WOWO by 1 point (12+). This was a significant feat, as WLYV was just under 500 watts, compared to the 50,000 watts of WOWO. Westinghouse sold WOWO in 1982 for $6 million to Price Communications. At 7:30am on December 16, 1988, WOWO changed formats from MOR to Oldies. In 1994, Price Communications sold WOWO to Inner City Broadcasting Corp., which soon sold it to Pathfinder Communications Corp. When Pathfinder Communications Corp. acquired the station, they moved WOWO from its studios and offices at 203 West Wayne Street to their current Maples Road location. In January 1997, the historic WOWO "Sunshine Studio" was retired. September 1998 saw the departure of ESPN Radio to rival WGL. It was later reclaimed by WOWO sister station WONO in August 2000. WOWO began broadcasting in HD on April 4, 2005. WOWO began an FM simulcast on 92.3fm at Noon on Wednesday March 28, 2012.

For Further Reading...

Signon. The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, November 26, 1923. Page 10.
Signon. The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, November 20, 1929. Page 11 and 17.
Kurtz, Dave. "Jay Gould -- More Than Just Hog Prices." Kendallville News-Sun, December 28 and 29, 1974. Pages 1, 6.
Wight, Linda. "Voice of Mr. WOWO, Bob Sievers, go its start selling religious books," The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette. June 7, 1978. Page 7B.
"WBCL Names Manager." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, January 27, 1979. Page 5A.
"WOWO names sales chief." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, March 24, 1979. Page 7B.
Calkins, Royal. "AM stereo sounds like wave of future to Magnavox." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, May 19, 1979. Page 1A.
McFarland, Myra. "Fry at east as 'voice of farming'." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, June 10, 1979. Page 3A.
Ross, K.D. "The Birth of a Station, WOWO." (Book) 1981.
Laughlin, Nancy. "Under this ceiling is no place to be." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, January 22, 1981. Page 1C.
McKenna, Lynne, and Doug Fisher. "Westinghouse places WOWO on selling block." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, September 15, 1981. Page 1A.
"Price Communications Purchase." The Wall Street Journal, November 18, 1982. Page 39.
Ehrlich, Heidi. "Plenty of radio personality." USA Today, April 24, 1984. Page 1D.
"Changing Faces...Changing Places." The Fort Wayne Business Digest, June, 1988. Page 26.
Nall, Nancy. "Underwood's legend went beyond his voice." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, February 20, 1992. Pages 1A, 4A.
"WOWO legend Sievers will be host this week." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, July 6, 1992. Page 8F.
Kilbane, Kevin. "WOWO's closing list is one slick operation." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, February 2, 1994. Pages 1F, 6F.
"WOWO metro news 1st in state." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, April 18, 1994. Page 9A.
Barfield, Deborah. "FCC gets little WOWO feedback." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, April 27, 1994. Page 8A.
Sosbe, Tim. "WOWO news director moving on." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, May 19, 1994.
Kilbane, Kevin. "Johnny Appleseed songs grow out on limb." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, September 14, 1994. Pages 1F, 6F.
Marcus, Morton. "Hoosier state losing power and prestige." The Hammond Times, December 25, 1994. Pages E-1, E-3.
"WOWO, WMEE get new hosts." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, August 31, 1995. Page 2A.
"WQHK Changes Format." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, March 13, 1996. Page 3D.
Robinson, Dean. "Country reigns as K105 leads in local radio ratings." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, January 24, 1997. Page 9D.
Chang, Ellen Y. "WOWO Radio Manager and Racing Fan Gary B. Noe Dies." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, February 14, 1997. Page 3C.
Shepherd, Michelle L. "Veteran broadcaster Tom Williams dies." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, January 11, 1998. Page 14A.
Vela, Susan. "Former broadcaster in city dies of heart attack at 60." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, January 12, 1998. Page 10A.
Robinson, Dean. "Channel 33 hires Majic Man." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, April 20, 1998. Page 6D.
Shepherd, Michelle L. "Former WOWO manager Robert Duffied, 90, dies." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, July 8, 1998. Page 3C.
Fortier, Bill. "Meaningful or Meaningless?" Worcester (Mass.) Telegram and Gazette, August 28, 1998. Page C1.
"Five midwestern radio stations continue to deliver strong farm programming." Agri Marketing. v. 38, no. 10 (2000), Page I-19 (Supplement).
"Obituaries." The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, July 17, 2001. Page 3C.
Reddick, Bekah. "Straddling the Great Divide: Farm Broadcasters Work to Overcome the Rural/Urban Gap." Agri Marketing. vol. 40, no. 6. June, 2002. Pages 38-40, 42-43.
"Dave Macy to return to airwaves, complete with more controversy." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, February 22, 2003. Page 7A.
Emerson, Laura. "WOWO sues to block fired host Macy's new gig." The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, February 25, 2003. Page 2D.
"WOWO files court papers against Macy's new show." The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, February 25, 2003. Page 3A.
Emerson, Laura. "Ex-WOWO host fights for job at competition." The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, March 4, 2003. Page 2C.
Kelly, Niki. "Court delivers split decision in Macy feud." The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, September 18, 2003. Pages 1C, 4C.
"That was then." Radio Magazine. vol. 11, no. 11. November 2005. Page 62.
Wank, Ed. "Captain of the Airwaves." Indianapolis Monthly. vol. 33, no. 6. January 2010. Page 20.
Burger, Ken. "Bringing in sounds from afar." The (Charleston, S.C.) Post and Courier, January 15, 2011. Page B1.
Cavin, Curt. "The Voice and the heart of the Speedway are silenced." The Indianapolis Star, February 12, 2011. Pages A1, A8.


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