Rogers, The Frog Country Morning Show
Doug Rogers has 28+ years in radio broadcasting with 25 years
of play-by-play experience. Doug began his career in Merrill,
WI in 1979 at WJMT, and worked at WNBK in New London before
leaving Wisconsin for Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1985. There Doug
met his wife Vicki while working at top rated KUUY, a 10,000
watt AM station that covered 9 states.
Emceed the night shows at Cheyenne Frontier Days for six years,
and then helped put Up Cheyenne's only Country FM KMUS in
1991, which became the Number one rated Radio station later
Mr. Rogers returned to his hometown of Clintonville in '92
at WJMQ where he remains at present. Doug has called 6 high
school state championship football games and 8 state basketball
title games. In addition, has done play by play of Junior
College basketball and rodeo coverage. Doug enjoys Deer hunting
and all sports. Doug & Vicki currently live in Shawano.
LeAnn Sommers, 10a-2p
"When Dakota LeAnn Summers is not spending time in hair-and-makeup,
she's on the air from 10am-2 on Frog Country. With recording
artists regularly stopping by to chat, and a bevy of interactive
show features, she connects with our audience. Dakota has
done radio in Denver, Atlanta, Indianapolis and Vegas. When
she's not smashing aluminum cans against her forehead, Dakota
likes to get out hiking with her black lab and greyhound.
Dakota likes her Spam fried and her favorite drinking song
is "Rhinestone Cowboy". We can't all be perfect."
McKenzie 2p- 6p
Kayla is excited to kick off her career in radio at Results
Broadcasting. The recent University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Grad
accidentally fell in love with radio halfway through her college
career. Originally focusing on TV and Film production, Kayla
actually sat right next to the door in her first radio class
"…I heard rumors that everyone was required to be on-air.
So I wanted to be as close to my escape point as possible…"
The rumors were true, but for some reason Kayla decided to
live up to her fears, "…There was just this positive energy
in the class so I decided to stay and give this thing called
radio a shot. I mean 7 weeks of it couldn't hurt."
7 weeks turned into a few years. And now here she is…in radio.
After that dreaded initial intro. class, Kayla went on to
receive national and statewide awards for her work in radio
production. She spent the rest of college life as a leader
at UW Oshkosh's campus station and became a teaching assistant,
guiding students through the very class she almost walked
out of. Kayla earned her Bachelor of Arts in June of 08 and
proudly left college with a degree in Radio-TV-Film.
Kayla lives in Shawano with her amazing, wonderful, and talented
Con Man, Chris Conn, Frog Country Nights, 6p-11p
Conman is doing what everyone in radio would like to do…have
fun and win! The Conman Radio Show is interactive radio as
it should be. Conman encourages listener involvement through
his interactive radio features. Conman developed his skills
at great radio stations like KBPI in Denver.
EMAIL the Conman
Frog Country Overnights,
Cep (Biscuit) Gould was born in Texas and raised in Colorado
and Alaska. Cep decided that life in an igloo wasn't for him
so after high school he packed up and moved to Denver. After
spending years working around radio he decided that being
on-air was the place for him so he attended school for radio
and television broadcasting. After being enslaved for some
time as "Biscuit the Intern," he finally graduated to just
"Biscuit" and began working as a disc jockey. Cep enjoys entertaining
on and off the radio, interacting with listeners, and watching
The Simpsons and Scooby Doo.
Mielke Host of America's Dairyline - Monday - Friday - 6:03am
Email: email@example.com Lee began his broadcast career in 1971 in Berlin , Wisconsin
. Four years later he and his wife moved to Lynden , Washington
and began work at KLYN-FM as an advertising consultant and
announcer. In September of 1988 Lee began a syndicated radio
program called DairyLine.
Frog Country Farm Director Born in Northeastern Wisconsin,
Pam Jahnke grew up in agriculture. Raised on her family's
200 acre dairy farm, she learned the "farm work ethic" first
hand. Pam has been dedicated to agriculture throughout her
life. As a youngster, she was actively involved in both 4-H
and FFA activities, while working on her family's farm. She
happily served as a 4-H camp counselor, was a dairy exhibitor
in county fairs, and even reigned as Oconto County's Dairy
University of Wisconsin - River Falls, Pam studied broadcast
journalism and broad area agriculture. She started that campus's
first ever "Farm Show" on radio, and received the top national
scholarship from the National Association of Farm Broadcasters
(NAFB). After college, Pam moved into her chosen field, doing
farm broadcasting, radio and television, from Green Bay to
Eau Claire, WI - and she's never looked back. Pam often says
she feels like farm broadcasting and communicating on behalf
of food producers is exactly what she was made for. She believes
in working with the ag community both on, and off, the air.
that working with commodity groups and farm organizations
comes naturally, and growers feel "like her family" - since
most of her immediate family is involved in agriculture today.
Pam's been named "Friend of Agriculture" by the Wisconsin
Department of Agriculture for her assistance in raising awareness
of the "Harvest of Hope" program. She's been honored as "Agri
Marketing Person Of The Year" by the Badger chapter of the
National Agrimarketing Association. She also accepted special
commendation from the Wisconsin State Senate after she was
named "Farm Broadcaster of the Year" for the western United
States by the National Association of Farm Broadcasters. Most
recently she's been featured in a number of industry publications
as well as "Wisconsin Woman" magazine and the "Capitol Region
has been a member of the National Association of Farm Broadcasters
Gary Kuchenbecker Polka Show, Sunday Nights, 7p-10p
Kuchenbecker takes care of your Polka and Big Band music needs
every week on WJMQ. Gary has been on the air in this area since
1974 and currently is on WJMQ Sunday nights from 7-11. Gary's
show starts with Polka music for about 90 minutes, then switches
to the Big Band sounds of years gone by. The phone lines are
open all night for your = requests and dedications.
a life long Wisconsin resident, grew up listening to the music
of Lawrence Duchow, Gene Heier, and many of the other great
Wisconsin-based bands. His love for music has extended to
him owning his own band, = which is available for any event
where you need live music! In 2006, Gary won an award from
the Wisconsin Polka Hall of Fame for promoting Polka music
in the state.
toe-tapping, good time music, tune in 92.3 every Sunday night
for the Gary Kuchenbecker Sunday Night Polka and Big Band
Request show. You might even get to hear the wisdom of Mr.
Links: Email Gary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grassman, Shopping Show
Host Bruce Grassman brings you BIG Savings every Tuesday and
Thursday morning from 8a-9a on Frog Country 92.3 FM WJMQ.
Save big $$$ and call the show at 715-524-2194, extension