Indiana RadioWatch: October 20, 2001

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Where Are They Now? Former Country/WBTU (93.3fm, Kendallville) Farm Director and WKJG-TV (Channel 33, Fort Wayne [NBC]) meteorologist Ryan Martin is now Farm Editor & Chief Meteorologist at the Mid-America Ag Network in Wichita, Kansas.


CSN International's WHLP (97.9fm, Hanna) appears to be on the air now. If you're up that way and can confirm it, let us know.


Cox Radio/Louisville OM David Smith exits. He was PD at Classic Rock/WSFR (107.7fm, Corydon) as well as Louisville stations WPTI, WRKA, and WVEZ.


Soft AC/WYER-FM (107.9fm, Washington) changes calls back to WAMW-FM. It flipped calls from WAMW in February, 2000.

Employment Opportunities

Hit Country 102.5 WMDH is looking for a News Person / Co-host for our Morning show. Qualified candidate must know how to gather and prepare newscasts. Read the news in a comfortable, conversational manner. Communicate the important information in 100 seconds. Contribute to the preparation of the morning show. Be comfortable with remotes and appearances. Be able to communicate in an adult manner. Have an opinion. Not be afraid to speak their mind. And most importantly keep Morning Man/PD C.P. Marsh in line! Women and Minorities encouraged. EOE. T&R to: Clint Marsh, OM/PD, WMDH, 1134 West State Road 38, New Castle, IN 47362

That's it for this issue. See you in a week!

Blaine Thompson
Indiana RadioWatch

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