Bubba & Mr. Ed
THE MORNING TEAM& SALES
Glenn "Bubba" Lance and Ed Carter have been a mainstay at WKSR. They have been the wakeup crew for Giles County for five years now. Mr. Ed is currently doing the morning show. Mr. Ed and Bubba share the bonus hour. Ed Carter serves as Program Director and Glen Lance is the stations News Director.
ANNOUNCER & SALES
Don Eastep has been in broadcasting for 26 years and calls Giles County home. He started part
time working with George Martin and Nate Street, the two broadcast veterans that set the
stage for WKSR to become a source for news and information in this community. Don works the
afternoon shift Monday-Friday from 3:00-6:00 with a variety of news, information, and today's
best country music. Don returned in
December 2009 after a brief stop at another station and serves as Operations Manager and
Butch Menefee is a 30 year radio veteran that comes to WKSR from
Huntsville, Alabama. Butch is on the air on wksr country 98.3 FM
From 12:30-3:00 Monday-Friday and hosts the famous "Classic Country
Jukebox Hour" from 1:00-2:00p. Butch records the midday show on WKSR
AM daily from 10:00a-3:00p. He loves the southern middle-tennessee
Area and it's people! Butch also works in the advertising-sales department daily.
Longtime Pulaski Publishing and Pulaski Broadcasting employee Cindy Williams is back where it all began.
Cindy handles traffic, logging and billing for WKSR. If you want an answer to most any question about
WKSR, Cindy usually has it. Cindy also keeps the daily on-line Swap & Shop going and up to date.
Wade Neely returned to Giles County to join the WKSR family in April 2010
after receiving his broadcast journalism degree from MTSU. Currently
serving as the wakeup personality on 1420 WKSR-AM, Neely is also the
station.s Sports Director. Prior to signing on at WKSR, he spent six
months as a production assistant with Titans Radio in Nashville. Neely
also serves as the station.s play-by-play announcer for all local sporting