VP/Programming: Tony Fields
GM: Steve Bearance (June 2018 - Current)
OM: Ben Davis
SM: George Demaree
MD: DJ Q
Promotions Director: Jessica Taylor (January 2016 - Current)
Mornings: Rickey Smiley ("The Rickey Smiley Morning Show") (6am - 10am)
Middays: Bella Rae (10am - 2pm)
Afternoons: Juan Hustle (2pm - 6pm)
Nights: Big Homie (7pm - 12am)
Late Nights: DJ Empty Beats (10pm - 2am)
Weekends: Marlyce Woods-Johnson (Sunday 8am - 12pm)
GM: Dennis R. Hill
Chief Engineer: Joe Pollack
GM: Connie Balthrop (January 1998 - April 1999)
GM: Bill Gentry
GSM: Kevin Hughes
OM: Barry Fox (January 2001 - ?) (From PD/middays at WDJX in Louisville, Kentucky) (Now OM at iHeart in Lexington, Kentucky)
GSM: Doug James (September 2000 - ?) (From GSM at Clear Channel in Louisville, Kentucky)
SM: Jerome Hutchinson
SM: John Otting
PD: Tony Fields (Now VP/Programming)
PD: Karen Jordan
PD: Mark Gunn (January 2002 - ?)
MD: DJ Cynnamixx (Now overnights at WVEE in Atlanta, Georgia)
MD: Gerald Harrison
Mornings: The Tom Joyner Morning Show (October 1999 - ?)
Mornings: The Doug Banks Show (6am - 10am)
Mornings: The Russ Parr Morning Show (6am - 10am)
Middays: Gerald Harrison (10am - 2pm)
Middays: Mark Gunn (10am - 3pm)
Middays: "DJ Q" (10am - 3pm) (From Nights)
Afternoons: Keisha Nicole (3pm - 7pm) (Now Afternoons at WHHH)
Nights: DJ Cynnamixx (Now overnights at WVEE in Atlanta, Georgia)
Nights: J.C. White (December 2003 - ?) (From middays)
Nights: B-Real (6pm - 10pm)
Late Nights: Herlon Robinson (10pm - 1am)
Weekends: EZ Bluegrass (Sunday 6pm - 12am)
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