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The Nelson Hunter Morning show is top notch information and entertainment. Tune in and find your self in the passenger seat of the # 48 with Jimmie Johnson driving 200 mph around the track one day and Dancing with the Stars the next day. Nelson is the VOICE man. Businesses and everyday people on their morning commute listen to Nelson.
Listen to Sell and Tradio on Tuesdays and Thursdays as Mark Elliott takes calls from people all over the WVNU Listening area selling and trading everything anyone could want or need. Mark is also the host of our Saturday Morning show from 8:00am till Noon. Don't miss Looking Back with Mark Elliott on Sundays from 7:00 till 10:00 pm.
Ladies and Gentlemen,  It's our proud pleasure to introduce The Shawn Ireland Show coming to the WVNU family beginning on Sunday, August 4th from noon to two!
Tune into Leslie Ramsey on the WVNU Morning Newsline with the local news and happenings that affects you and your family!

Scott LeTourneau

Scott literally grew two inches in one day at age 15, when doctors straightened a curve in his spine and took him from 5’11’ to 6’1’. The extra height and his deep voice helped him land a radio job while only a high school junior. By 20 he was on the air in Chicago. Scott is into history and golf, books and movies, and music ranging from Steely Dan to Maroon 5 and Sinatra. He’d like to see the Broncos in the Super Bowl again and the Cubs win the World Series. (It’s good to dream big!)

Cathy Taylor

For Cathy, life is about music, family, friends and the outdoors.  Her thrill-seeking side has led her to diving the Mexican reefs, jumping out of a plane, and teaching herself to ski & (painful weeks later) to snowboard.  Her side-kick for 17 years is Munchkin the Cat.  He actually never leaves the house, but the stray she rescued couldn’t go unmentioned. Cathy’s a USF graduate (Go Bulls!) who likes to read, meet new people, learn new things, but mostly, to get out there and live!

Chuck Woodford

Chuck was born in a cross-fire hurricane. OK, not a literal hurricane, but the movie Crossfire was on the Late Show that night, (really). He learned to play the drums in elementary school and if you listen real closely, you just might hear a few paradiddles in the background when he’s on the air. Chuck’s sense of humor was shaped by his big brother’s George Carlin records, and every night he strives to give you a dose of entertainment & a few chuckles (a word actually created to describe him - true story!).
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