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Nancy Alexander
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Jon Anthony
Alan Archer
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Steve Austin
Gary Ballinger
Bob Barnes
Allison Barnett
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Chuck Bear
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Mark Beiro
Frank Benny
Mel Berman
Ken Birdsong
Tracy Black
Marvelous Marvin Boone
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Chad Brock
Pat Brooks
Eben Brown
Carmen Brown
Shirley Buss
Gordon Byrd
Mike Calta
Jim Campbell
Bob Campo
Don Capone
Bill Carl
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Laura Chase
Scott Chase
Glenn Cherry
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Rita Ciccarello
Cigar Dave
Paul Ciliano
Roz Clark
Todd Clem
Bill Connolly
Carson Cooper
Lee Courtney
Dr. Chuck Crane
Lary Crews
Art Cronk
Nikki Cruz
Mike Culotta
Chris Curley
Kathy Curtis
Hank Dale
Eugene Danzey
Jenny Dean
Dan DiLoreto
Jason Dixon
Mason Dixon
Nanci Donnellan
Bill Dudley
Steve Duemig
Corey Dylan
Ed Edwards
Bill Elliott
JR Evans
Wayne Facyson
Tony Fernandez
Charlie Fernandez
A.G. "Tony" Fernandez
Frank Ferreri
Rich Fields
Marvin Flemmings
Dick Florence
Valorie Flowers
Les Foerster
Olivia Fox
Jane Friend
Russell Gant
Pat George
Martin Giles
Susan Giles-Wantuck
Ronald Gordon
Bob Haa
Norm Hale
Steve Hall
Dave Harrell
Jack Harris
BJ Harris
Cedric Harris
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Marc Haze
Tom Henderson
Mike Hennessy
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Allan Hollar
Brian Holmes
James Howard
Dianne Hughes
Mark Jackson
Brian James
Maria Janello
Ralph Janotti
Mike Jennings
Whitney Johnson
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Cledus Judd
Jesse Kage
Ted Kamikaze
Jeff Kapugi
Alicia Kaye
Al Keck
Ann Kelly
Carrie Kirkland
Kristy Knight
Leslee Lacey
Shayna Lance
Ronnie Lane
Mark Larsen
Bob Lassiter
Keith Lawless
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Gene Lindsey
Rob Lorei
Bruce Maduri
Skip Mahaffey
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Walt Marsicano
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Tom Martinkovic a.k.a. Bobby Ocean
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Gary McHenry
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Marti Ryan
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Mark Sebastian
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Michael Serio
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Hugh Smith
Annie Sommers
Dr. Chuck Stevens
Rick Stone
Marla Stone
John Stortz
Vic Swan
Sharon Taylor
Michelle Tellone
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Chris Thomas
Nick Van Cleve
Marc Vila
Anita Wadd
David Wagenvoord
JoJo Walker
Mike Waters
Tedd Webb
Robert Weeks
Joel Weiss
Cleveland Wheeler
Tim White
Jetie Wilds
Alan Winfield
Todd Wright
Randy Wynne
Dave Zeplowitz

Kane

The man simply known as Kane grew up in the snow country of Danbury, CT. At the age of 16, he began an internship with KC101 WKCI-FM in New Haven and, from that time until graduating from high school in 1995, drove an hour each day for the opportunity to intern for free.

After graduation, he was accepted at Syracuse University's School of Visual and Performing Arts where he intended to pursue a career in advertising and design. At some point along the way, he volunteered for Z89, one of two radio stations operated by the University. After trying to refine his on-air personna during his freshman and sophomore years, he was “asked to leave” the station in June of 1997 because he said the word "ass" on the air. Even though he was told “this is not New York” and “you can’t do that kind of thing in radio,” he was on the air across town doing nights on Hot 107.9 WWHT-FM a month later.

In 1998, Kane accepted an offer from Tampa’s WFLZ to do nights. That gig ended two years later when he left to become PD for XM Satellite Radio’s top 40 channels. His second stint with the station began four years later when he returned in 2004 to do afternoons. After PD Jeff Kapugi departed in 2006, management didn’t have to look far to find a replacement and made him their first choice.

In 2007, he left for DC to host mornings at Hot 99-5 WIHT-FM, leaving him to do Tampa’s afternoon show from his basement home studio. When morning  man MJ Kelli left in early 2012, an agreement was reached with Clear Channel to move his show from afternoons to mornings. His highly successful syndicated show, “Club Kane,” is also heard on the station each Sunday night.

The accomplished artist, aviation enthusiast, and radio personality has been a recipient of the Radio Music Award for CHR Air Personality of the Year (2004) and A.I.R. Awards for Best Evening Drive Show and Best New Talent. In December of 2008, “The Kane Show” was awarded the prestigious FMQB national award for Best Morning Show.

 

Station History

1998 - 2000 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)
2004 - 2007 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)
2006 - 2007 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (Program Director)

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