I have been in radio since 1996 and with Gradick Communications for a lot of those years, but most recently, I have been back on WKNG in the afternoons from 2-5:30 for the past eight years.
I love spending time with family and friends, going to Auburn football games, and working in my garden. My favorite country artists are Garth Brooks, Reba McEntire, Chris Stapleton, George Strait, and Trisha Yearwood.
Award-winning Producer “Just” Doyle is a radio personality who has worked for Gradick Communications since 2005. Formerly on B-92 Country, he currently has a Sunday afternoon show on Great Classics 989 that airs from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. each week.
“Just” Doyle also serves as Executive Producer for our Friday Night High School Football broadcasts and he produces various programs across the Gradick Communications network of radio stations. He and his wife Angie live in Paulding County.
I’m a child of God, a husband to my amazing wife Wendy, a father to Jennifer and John Jr., and the proud Poppy of Greyson, Alex, Carleigh, and Ryleigh. To say that the Lord has blessed me with an incredible family is an understatement.
I’m also blessed to have the opportunity to lead a phenomenal team in my role as the General Manager of your Local Gradick Communications Radio Stations. I first started working for owner Steve Gradick in 2009, and I have the highest level of respect for his extraordinary commitment to “Community Radio at its Best.” It’s nice to get up every morning with our common goal as local radio stations of informing, entertaining, and positively impacting our listeners. We love to make a difference in people’s lives.
I’m a radio veteran of nearly three decades. My first 13 years were with WGST, Peach 94.9, 96 Rock, and others. I had the opportunity to work with some radio legends, including Sean Hannity, Kim “Kimmer Peterson”, Randy and Spiff, Tom Hughes, Steve Goss, Christopher Rude, Wes Durham, Jeff Hullinger, and many others. I was the engineer for the Atlanta Falcons and Georgia Tech Radio Networks from 1998 to 2005. In between my radio stops, I was the Director of Membership and Events for both the Douglas and Paulding Chambers of Commerce, a sales rep for News and Views magazines, and an advertising rep for BG Ad Group.
I look forward to serving our great community for many more years to come.
Steve began his radio career when they still played records on the air (Yes, they actually used to do that!). While living on the Florida Gulf Coast, Steve worked at three different radio stations: WAJB in Gulf Breeze, WNVY in Pensacola, and finally WXBM in Milton, which serves the entire Emerald Coast from Mobile to Fort Walton. Steve captivated the evening audience on the 7 pm to midnight show. He served as Music Director for several years, guiding the station into a more contemporary Country format, eventually positioning it to number one in the market.
While serving in the Navy throughout the ’90s, Steve kept his radio chops by doing weekends at WCMS in Virginia Beach. After the service, he earned a Television Production degree from Chattahoochee Tech and began working at the City of Douglasville in the Community Relations Department and helped put CITI TV, Comcast channel 22, on the air. Shortly after that, he joined the team at Gradick Communications and has been here since early 2008.
Radio is a lifelong love of his, and he plans to continue serving the citizens of West Georgia here at Gradick for many years to come.
I don’t watch movies, often, but when I do these are what I watch…
Just kidding… I don’t watch movies.
Howdy! I’m the guy who keeps your toe tapping Mon-Fri 10a-2p on B-92 Country.
Been in Radio “officially” since April 19th, 1979. That was the date stamped on my old “Radiotelephone Operators Permit”.
Listening to me over the years on Various our Gradick Communications stations, you all know that I’m an Air Force Vet. I’ve Been all around the country and lived in exotic places like Oregon, Alaska, and South Dakota… but I’ve called Carrollton home since May 2001.
I’m also the guy who makes all the commercials for our Six Wonderful Stations. I also wear the “Weather” hat here. Whether it’s covering the daily forecasts, or coming in at 2am to “Go Live” with Severe Weather information. I’m the guy!
I appreciate spending time with you Every Day and I’ll see you… On The Patio!!