I am the host of the all night After Hours show on WQMX. I'm a broadcast veteran from Central Ohio, who has been on the air here in the Buckeye state for over 30 years in various capacities, including as an Operations Director and Sports Director. A true sports junkie, I'm also a sports play by play announcer who has covered well over a thousand high school, collegiate and professional games. I'm also a long time high school volleyball coach.
Is the Vice President of Operations for Rubber City Radio Group’s 4 stations, WQMX Program Director & part of the Morning Show on WQMX
In a business that often requires relocation, Sue considers herself fortunate to have been able to spend her radio career in the area she was born and raised.
Sue joined WQMX in December of 2006 as Program Director and one year later, joined Scott Wynn on the WQMX Morning show. Wynn and Wilson in the Morning has been nominated for 3 ACM awards, and was the recipient of the CRB Personality of the Year in 2013.
Sue has been an award winning programmer in multiple formats since 1988 with experience in Pop, Adult Contemporary, Christian, Adult Standards, Oldies, Smooth Jazz and Country, programming Cleveland stations WDOK, WRMR and The Fish to name a few. Sue also spent two years with McVay Media working with stations around the country as a radio format consultant. A professional voice-over artist, Sue’s voice can be heard imaging radio stations around the country, as well as on several local and national commercials through her voice company Sue Wilson Creative.
Long-time country radio listeners in Akron may remember Sue’s late husband, Phil Cordle, who worked at the legendary country station WSLR 1350/AM for many years. Sue found more than a new job when she started working at WQMX. She met her future husband, Tim Daugherty. Tim and Sue share a commonality in that they both lost their spouses to cancer. As co-workers and friends first, their friendship slowly evolved. Tim has been at sister station WONE for over 20 years, and is currently WONE’s program director and on air personality.
Amani Abraham is the morning news anchor for 94.9 WQMX -- joining the Wynn And Wilson morning show after she began her career at Rubber City Radio in 2011. Amani, born and raised in Northeast Ohio, graduated from the University of Akron with a degree in News and Radio/TV Broadcasting in 2011. She fell in love with radio and television broadcasting while working as an on-air personality, editor and television host at WZIP-FM and Z-TV.
In 2011, Amani was named a Woman To Watch by the Women's History Project in Akron. She was also recognized for her recent work, receiving the first place award for Best Reporter by the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors Association. Amani is also the host of A Bite Around Town, an online video series showcasing local restaurants around the Akron-Canton area, and publishes a weekly blog on TheAddedTouchWithAmani.blogspot.com, which features unique gift and craft ideas for holidays, birthdays and special occasions.
Morning Show Host is a 34 year broadcast veteran and a Northeast Ohio native having grown up in Berea. He was inspired to go into radio by listening to Joe Tait, broadcasting Cleveland Cavalier games as a kid.
Scott began his career in 1981 in Lorain, Ohio at WLRO. Then to WOBL in Oberlin in 1982. He has since hosted many top rated and popular morning shows in markets all over the country including Columbus, Ohio, Richmond Virginia, Jefferson City, Missouri, and Lakeland, Florida. Scott was the CMA Broadcast Personality of the Year in 1997 while at WPCV in Lakeland. He returned to Northeast Ohio in 2001 and joined WQMX.
Scott and the WQMX Morning show have been nominated 3 times for the ACM Broadcast Personality of the Year, 2011, 2012, and 2014. And they were the winner of the CRB Broadcast Personality of the Year in 2012.
Scott also spent many years doing play-by-play for football and auto racing. In addition, he also spent 10 years as the stadium announcer for various baseball teams across the country including the Columbus Clippers and Richmond Braves.
Scott reviews movies for the official station websites of WQMX's parent company, The Rubber City Radio Group. The reviews can also be heard on 1590 WAKR, and 107.3 The WAVE each week.
Scott has been in county radio for 32 years, and is a lifetime member of the CMA and ACM.
Check out Scott's movie reviews: Scott Wynn's Movie Reviews
WQMX Contest Line: 330.370.2000
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Sarah is the Co-host on Wynn, Kay and the Morning Crew on 94.9 WQMX in Akron, Ohio. She was born and raised in Northeast, Ohio. She has been in the radio business since 2004 and been part of the WQMX team since 2008. Sarah graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and always knew she wanted to be on the radio.
With her love of country music, she became a part of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music in 2015. Wynn, Kay and the Morning Crew was nominated for an ACM, Medium Market Personality of the Year, in 2016 & 2017, while the station was nominated and won an ACM for Medium Market Station of the Year.
Sarah loves the color pink, the Ohio State Buckeyes, Cleveland sports, spending time with family and friends and by far her most favorite country artist is Sugarland! She loves expressing herself with fun hats and head gear, so if you see her out and about with a cupcake or ice cream hat on- that’s just Sarah.
A veteran broadcaster and no stranger to the airwaves to Akron listeners. Lynn joined WQMX in 2007 and after working in many formats. she’s settled into the country music format nicely.
Born and raised in Akron, on North Hill. Lynn feels fortunate to have grow up with family
all around. Getting started in radio took her out of the area for several years, but
She never left Ohio. Lynn is proud to have worked for 3 great radio station in Akron, WKDD, The Summit and now WQMX.
Lynn makes her home on the West side of Akron, in a beautiful old house with her husband Ray, son Andrew, two dogs, Boo & Charlie, and kitty Hunter. Her daughter just graduated college, and on her own.
Lynn says of her WQMX experience “I have met some of the most wonderful people here at WQMX and have been pleased to continue working with charities like the American Cancer Society and the Alzhiemer's Association.”
Listen to Lynn Kelly during the Country Buffet the week of 3/20-3/24 to win a pair of 3-day passes to The Country Fest Thursday, June 22nd thru Saturday, June 24th at Clay's Park Resort in Canal Fulton! Grand Prize: A Blake Shelton cooler filled with some CD’s, t-shirts, a hat AND 2 Backstage Passes!!
Ken Steel has been a part of the WQMX team since 1991 when he was just 19 years old. Ken remembers WQMX making the “switch” from a light rock format to country music in 1993. “I never listened to any country music while growing up, so when they told us we were going to country I thought I was going to hate it. After listening for about a week or two though, to my own surprise, I really started liking it...I was hooked in no time.” After the switch to country, he went from working part-time on the weekends to landing a full time weeknight shift. Ken would be the 7-midnight host from 1993 until 2000 when he moved to the 3-7p afternoon drive time slot where he's been ever since.
His interest in broadcasting came at a young age. “I remember as a kid spending hours in my bedroom with a tape recorder recording different voices and characters and just being silly. I would make my friends listen to the final products. What torture that must have been for them!” Ken was lucky enough to grow up in Streetsboro, Ohio where he attended Streetsboro High School which is one of only four high schools in the state that had a student-run radio station. That station, 91.5 WSTB-FM, was where he really fell in love with broadcasting. “It was so fun and it seemed to come kind of naturally for me. I was always comfortable speaking in public or on the air. That's where I first thought that I could actually have a career in radio.”
After graduating high school in 1989, Ken attended the University of Akron where he was a part of the radio staff at WZIP for about a year. After a short stint (of about six weeks) at Canton, Ohio rock station WRQK in 1991, he joined WQMX.
Ken has been a resident of Northeast Ohio his entire life and has lived in Akron since 1995. He and his beautiful wife, Kelli, have been married since 1994 and they have two children: his teenage daughter Hunter, and his son Derek who is currently serving proudly in the United States Navy.
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