After the first century of WHAS Radio's amazing legacy continues unfolding, the newest radio ratings are out. WHAS is still #1. Just like any other successful pursuit, WHAS' incredible run is built upon quality people. Here are more of the outstanding media members I've added to the #WHAS100years series. We begin with revered morning man Wayne Perkey, who dominated ratings for 30 years before retiring in 1999. #WHAS100 🎙 Louisville's legendary morning man Wayne Perkey joined me on @840WHAS to catch up on life, love, radio, community, & @CrusadeChildren happiness. He's still the Perkiest guy in town! 🎉 Happy 84th birthday, Wayne! LISTEN 🎧 https://t.co/ijc8QTshQ8#WHAS100years pic.twitter.com/cuSjLt30qf — Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) January 15, 2022 #WHAS100 🎧 My investigative journalist pal @ShayMcAlisterTV explains the challenges of asking
"Don't drive slowly in the left lane." - nightly sign off by 840WHAS sports anchor Lachlan McLean Apparently, Indiana lawmakers were listening. Lachlan McClean moved to Charlotte but will continue working on Louisville's iHeartMedia stations from a North Carolina studio. Kurt Darling joins me for afternoon sports reports on 840WHAS and Mandy Connell now fills the 6-8 pm slot with a Louisville-oriented political show.