Other Stations - Other Tampa Bay Area Stations - Who's Who - Details

Jerry's Co-Workers

WTUN - A History
WEBK - A History
WTRL - A History
WTMP AM & FM - A History
WBRD AM & FM - A History
WPKM - A History
WDCF - A History
WBOY - A History
WIOK - A History
WDCL - A History
WKXY - A History
WPIN AM & FM - A History
WILZ - A History
WKTS - A History
WTAN AM & FM - A History
WWTB - A History
WSPB AM & FM - A History
WSUN AM & FM - A History
WFLA AM & FM - A History
WHBO - A History
WALT - A History
WDAE AM & FM - A History
WTSP AM & FM - A History
Chuck Adams
Daisy Mae & Old Brother Charlie Arnett
Guy Bagli
Roger Bennett
Big Jon & Sparkie
Jay Black
Jack Bland
Otis Boggs
John Bohannon
John Browning
Pat Chamburs
Marshall Cleaver
King Coleman
Fred Davy
Glen Dill
Scott Dilworth
Tom Dunkin
Harry Dunlap
Hampton Dunn
Frank Evans
Ruben Fabelo
Jack Faulkner
George Fee
A.G. "Tony" Fernandez
Charles Fernandez
Bonita Fishback
Salty Sol Fleischman
Florida Calling
Woody Garcia
Marlen Hager
Jim Harriott
George Harvey
Paul Hayes
Bobby Hicks
Bob Hoffer
Allan Hollar
Warren Johnson
Dan Johnson
Norman Jones
Warren Kauffman
Don Kimberlin
Max Kimbrel
Cuz'n Larry Lane
Sam Latimer
Ernie Lee
Louis Link
Bobby Lord
Dick Marsh
E. Martin
Tom Matthews
Gerald McGougan
Joe Mitchell
Spencer Mitchell
Jeff Moshier
Robert Nelson
Frank Parker
Priscilla Parker
Paul Harvey News
Rich Pauley
Bill Polk
Nelson Poynter
Paul Reynolds
Rock Robbins
Pasco Roberts
Gene Robinson
Robert Rounsaville
Dayton Saltsman
Ken Skelton
Gordon Solie
Neil Spencer
Bob Stanton
Hack Swain
Jack Swift
Wes Talbot
The Breakfast Club
Goldie Thompson
Walter Tison
William Wells

Jerry Krumbholz

In February 1955, 24-year old Chicago native Jerry Krumbholz arrived in Tampa to attend the University of Tampa. He had recently finished a stint in the Air Force and hadn’t settled on a definite career direction, but was fascinated by broadcasting. So it wasn’t surprising that he got involved with WTUN-FM, the campus radio station.

Jerry became a regular voice there and hosted the UT “Spartan” football broadcasts. However, his work with the college station was not a paying job. It was all volunteer work – for the experience. His first real paying radio job was with Tampa’s WPKM-FM in the Bayshore Royal Hotel at Howard Avenue and Bayshore Boulevard.

In 1956, Jerry found out that Tampa’s new CBS-TV affiliate WTVT was looking for a weekend booth announcer so he auditioned for the position and was hired immediately. Six months later he went full time. He moved his family to Memphis in 1962 to attend the Southern College of Optometry. Upon receiving his Doctor of Optometry three years later, he returned to Tampa and set up his business.

Today (2008) Jerry continues to do freelance voice work for area media and ad agencies, and also runs two Eye Doctor’s Optical Outlet stores in Tampa and Brandon.

 

Station History

1955 - 1957 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)

Home | WPLA | WONN | WLAK | Other Stations | Related Links | Contact Us

© 2017 RadioYears.com All rights reserved.
Built by fusionZONE, Inc.