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Roz Clark
Todd Clem
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Mike Culotta
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Hank Dale
Jenny Dean
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Elizabeth Dougherty
Bill Dudley
Steve Duemig
Corey Dylan
Ed Edwards
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Drew Garabo
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Bob Haa
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Cedric Harris
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Whitney Johnson
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JoJo Kincaid
Craig Kopp
Ronnie Lane
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Gary McHenry
Dana McKay
Dave McKay (WQYK)
Ron Michaels
Doug Miles
Jack Miller
Dave Morgan
Susan Nilon
Charlie Ochs
Mike Oliviero
Justin Pawloski
Ed Pendino
Bob Penrod
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Neil Presant
Jayar Reed
Mike Reeves
Bobby Rich
Rock Riley
Dick Ring
Ed Ripley
Jay Roberts
Angelito Rodriguez
Todd Schnitt
Michael Serio
Bob Seymour
Michael Sharkey
Ron Shepard
Big Dom Siciliano
Dan Sileo
Valerie Silver
John Sipos
Paul Sliwa
John Stortz
Michelle Tellone
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Scott Walker
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Shannon Burke

Longtime Central Florida talk personality Shannon Burke began his radio career hosting an evening talk show (and later afternoons) on KJFK-FM in Austin, TX where he had previously been involved in the club business. A 2003 trade magazine ad led him to Orlando’s AM-540 WFLF and an offer of the afternoon drive slot. He took the job, however his sights were on its FM sister station down the hall, Real Radio 104.1 WTKS. That wish was granted about a year or so later when the station dropped Howard Stern and gave him middays.

Unfortunately, his career began to take a turn downward in 2009 with a run-in with the law, resulting in a jail sentence and the loss of his job with Clear Channel. Prior to sentencing, he brokered a show on Saturday afternoons for AM-660 WORL.  

After serving his jail time, Shannon returned to the air to host noon to 3PM on AM-810 WEUS in Eustis.  From September 2011 until June 2014, he pulled afternoon drive for Radio IO, a subscription-based Internet station out of Tampa and co-hosted Cox Radio’s “Bubba the Love Sponge Show” on 102.5 The Bone WHPT.  

In May 2014, Burke left Bubba’s morning show to begin planning a talk show of his own. “The Shannon Burke Show” hit the air the following August 4th  at 7pm on The Bone and then moved to its regular slot from Noon to 3 P.M. on September 2nd. Cox terminated his contract less than a year later in late July 2015.

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