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The Essentials

Call Letters: WNDV
Frequency: 92.9fm
City of License: South Bend
Metro(s): South Bend
Power: 12,000 watts @ 879 feet (Class B)
Format: CHR
Address: P.O. Box 1616, South Bend, IN 46634-1616
Address: 3371 Cleveland Road, Suite 310, South Bend, IN 46628-9780
Phone: 574.273.9300
Ownership: Artistic Media Partners, Inc.
Network Affiliation(s): ISP Sports (Notre Dame Football)
Web Presence: http://www.u93.com

Station Personnel

Current

GM: Shel Leshner (August 2013 - Current; Also September 1999 - March 2003)
Chief Engineer: Bob Henning
NSM: Carrie McCaffery
SM: Pam Reed
APD: Bernie Mack (April 2004 - Current) (From WKRQ in Cincinnati, Ohio)
Mornings: Rob Sparks (6am - 9am)
Mornings: Alisha (6am - 9am)
Middays: Alisha (9am - 2pm)
Afternoons: Caleb James (3pm - 7pm) (From nights)
Nights: Artimis
Weekends: American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest (Sunday 10am - 2pm)
Weekends: American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest (Sunday 8pm - 12am)

Former

WNDU-FM

GM: William Thomas Hamilton
GM: Bob Nowicki (From SM)
Chief Engineer: Raymond Jackson
Chief Engineer: Russ Summerville
PD: Tom Belanger
PD: Wayne Anthony
PD: Chuck Linster
PD: Steve Delany (Now out of radio)
Promotions Director: Gregory Giczi
Mornings: Mark Rollins (Now out of radio)
Middays: Steve Delany (Now out of radio)
Afternoons: JK Dearing (Now EVP/Affiliate Relations for Virtual News Center)
Weekends: Larry Snyder

WNDV-FM

Market Manager: Jack Swart (May 14, 2007 - March 27, 2008) (From Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in the Quad Cities, Illinois and Iowa)
Market Manager: John Friend (? - Current)
Station Manager: John Blassingame (From Market Manager at the Entercom stations in Memphis, Tennessee)
Station Manager: Craig Whetstine
VP/GM: Greg De Rue (VP: November 2003 - May 2007) (Now Market Manager for the Cumulus stations in Columbia and Jefferson City, Missouri)
GM: Ron Tarsi (Now GM of WBET(AM)/WBET-FM, WLKI, WLZZ, WTHD, W224BY, W225BB, Athens, Michigan and W267BE)
SM: Mike Sullivan
OM/PD: Casey Daniels (August 2000 - October 2003; PD: July 1998 - October 2003)
PD: Karen Rite
APD: Brian Bell
MD: Beau Derek (March 2000 - ?) (From WDRQ in Detroit, Michigan) (Now Production Director at WOMC in Detroit, Michigan)
MD: Otis (May 25, 2004 - 2006) (Now MD/afternoons at WNKS in Charlotte, North Carolina)
Production Director: Tim Krueger (? - 2002) (Now with Clear Channel's group of stations in Madison, Wisconsin)
Promotions Director: Stephanie Tatay
Mornings: Jeremy Gray (6am - 10am) (? - September 2000)
Mornings: Patti Banner (6am - 10am) (Now morning co-host at KOLA in San Bernardino, California)
Mornings: Todd Chance (6am - 10am)
Mornings: Katie Cruz (6am - 10am)
Mornings: Scott Wylde (6am - 10am)
Mornings: Lindsey (6am - 10am)
Mornings: Rob (6am - 10am)
Mornings: AJ (6am - 10am)
Middays: Thomas Foley ("Tommy Frank") (10am - 2pm) (? - November 2004) (Deceased 30 October 2008)
Middays: Casey Daniels (10am - 2pm) (Now Director of Top 40 Programming for parent Artistic Media Partners, Inc.)
Middays: Lexi Ray (? - January 2004)
Middays: Taylor Richards (10am - 1pm; 1pm - 3pm) (From mornings)
Afternoons: Brian Bell (November 1998 - March 2000)
Afternoons: Bernie Mack (April 2004 - ?) (2pm - 6pm) (From WKRQ in Cincinnati, Ohio)
Afternoons: Rick Hummer (April 1998 - ?)
Afternoons: Beau Derek (2pm - 6pm) (March 2000 - ?) (From WDRQ in Detroit, Michigan) (Now Production Director at WOMC in Detroit, Michigan)
Afternoons: Karen Rite (12pm - 1pm; 3pm - 7pm)
Nights: Pat Clark (February 2003 - October 2003) (From weekends at WKIE and WDEK in suburban Chicago, Illinois) (Now morning co-host at WIZM in La Crosse, Wisconsin)
Nights: Otis (May 25, 2004 - 2006) (Now MD/nights at WNKS in Charlotte, North Carolina)

Station History

92.9fm signed on in 1962.

WNDU-FM Studios located at 237 Edison Road, Suite 93, Mishawaka, IN 46545-3137 (Telephone: 219.631.1616). WNDU became WNDV after Michiana Telecasting Corp. sold WNDU to Artistic Media Partners.

WNDV-FM

For Further Reading...

"Programming." Broadcasting. 28 January 1974. Page 52.
"Changes." Radio & Records. March 27, 1998. Page 14.
Redding, Alesia. "WNDU's radio stations find buyer". South Bend Tribune. August 28, 1998. Page B5.
"WNDU Radio Sold, becomes WNDV". South Bend Tribune. November 19, 1998. Page C6.


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