Those are some good dudes. Joe Donovan, Doug McElvein, Van Vance, Wayne Perkey, Jack Fox, Milton Metz, and I stood for that photo in 1993. They’re all outstanding broadcasters who helped maintain WHAS Radio’s legendary status as one of America’s giants in news/talk.
Joe and Milton are gone. Doug McElvein was on the radio last month and can be found in an earlier post on this website. The other fellows will all sit for interviews in the near future.
I’ve been speaking with one prominent WHAS voice every week leading up to the station’s 100th birthday in July 2022.
I LOVED catching up with my friend @terrymeiners on @840WHAS radio today.
We talked about family, @JudeRedfield, #Covid_19 my life in tv news and my new job at @FL_Resort
I was honored to be back on the airwaves with him today!
Take a listen ⬇️https://t.co/5tSB6lVAq3
— Lauren Jones (@LaurenJonesNews) October 4, 2021
We discussed some of the crazy things that happen when your work space is in the clouds ⛅️🦅 🦢 🐦
— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) September 30, 2021
#WHAS100 🎙 UofL play-by-play voice @paulnrogers1 on his longstanding broadcast career, thrilling calls, learning from Cawood Ledford, calling 30 @KentuckyDerby races, loquacious Coach Schnelly, and the joy of sleeping in.
LISTEN https://t.co/L1wlmZKGDc#WHAS100years @840WHAS pic.twitter.com/JnngtCXo25
— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) September 22, 2021
— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) September 17, 2021
#WHAS100 🎧 Longtime news reporter @MikeEdgerly53 joined me on @840WHAS to reflect upon and honor his award winning teammates from the 1980s. We’re celebrating the radio station’s upcoming 100th birthday.
— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) September 14, 2021