WHIO Radio Staff
Meet the Award-Winning WHIO Radio Staff
I have been an early riser most of my radio career, starting with a now-defunct radio station in Cincinnati in 1974, continuing today here at News Talk Radio WHIO.
I was born and raised in Dayton, Ohio which makes me a true “native Daytonian!” I graduated from Patterson Co-op High School and became an Air Force Reservist just out of High School.
Since I was a small child, I wanted to be a professional baseball player. Since that didn’t work out, I switched to “Plan B”, which was broadcasting.
Larry Hansgen has been the host of Miami Valley’s Morning News since 2003. He joined the staff of WHIO Radio in 1981 as an overnight board operator, and quickly rose through the ranks.
I joined WHIO-TV and the Storm Center 7 weather team as the weekend Meteorologist in July 2006 and then later I became the morning and noon meteorlogist.
I joined WHIO Radio in September 2004, after working for 23 years at radio stations in Springfield and Urbana Ohio.
I’m a native New Yorker who’s called Dayton home for over 20 years. Though my radio career started in NYC, it’s really “taken flight” here at WHIO.
I have been involved in broadcast news since the late 70s. Over time I have worked at most stations in the Dayton area, but now I am working at the Miami Valley News Leader.
I was born and raised in Dayton, and I suppose my interest in broadcasting goes all the way back to some time in the early 1960's.
Tom Michaels is in his 38th year of broadcasting, working around the world during his career.The Kettering native was sports director of WKEF-TV and WING Radio before beginning his first stint at WHIO radio in 1989 as the morning show co-host with Lou Emm.
I am originally from Zanesville, Ohio. Zanesville's previous claim to fame was the "Y"-Bridge. Yes, you can go to the middle of the bridge and take a left or a right.
I am one of the newest members of the WHIO team, joining Cox Media Group in May 2013. I have started out my career as an anchor, reporter, and producer for WHIO-AM/FM and will also report on traffic for both radio and WHIO-TV.
I was told years ago that you don't get into radio. Radio gets into you. How true that's been. After finishing up my brief stint with the United States Air Force at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, I decided to hang around the Dayton area.
I’ve always wanted to be in broadcasting. I joined WHIO Radio in 2002 after graduating from the University of Dayton and have worked every shift (overnights, evenings, middays, weekends, etc.
I came a long way to continue my career in radio, moving from Portland, ME to Dayton, OH. It has been a wonderful experience, meeting new people and experiencing a different part of the country.
I am a Dayton native and a proud graduate of Wright State. I got my start in radio at Stebbins High School and loved it.
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