Line Up

Mike and Mike Mike and Mike in the Mornings (6a-10a, Mon-Fri)

Mike Greenberg joined ESPN in September 1996 as an ESPNEWS anchor. Greenberg was named co-host of Mike and Mike in the Morning (6-10 a.m. ET on weekdays) with Mike Golic in Dec. 1999. The show is also simulcast on ESPN2. Greenberg is also anchor for the 6 p.m. SportsCenter.

Mike Golic is co-host of ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike in the Morning show (6-10 a.m. ET on weekdays), which is carried by more than 200 affiliates nationwide. He also serves as an analyst for ESPN and ESPN2’s NFL and college football programming.

Ed BallingerKnox County Today w/ Ed Ballinger (10a-1130a, Mon-Fri)

Knox County Today (KCT) is a long standing program of WAOV 1450AM, 93.9FM and 97.1FM. The program consists of community leaders and organizations from throughout the Knox and surrounding areas discussing their current status and views with host Ed Ballinger.

Ed has been with The Original Company, Inc. for 15 years in varied capacities. Besides hosting KCT, Ed is the afternoon DJ on WZDM 92.1 and the voice for the Vincennes Rivet Patriots. Ed is married with two kids. If your group or organization would like to be a part of KCT email

Midday EditionWAOV’s Midday Edition (1130a-1206p, Mon-Fri)

WAOV’s Midday Edition is a 36 minute news block consisting of local and area news, state news, national news, sports, business, agriculture, community calendar, weather and obituaries.

The Midday Edition is hosted by Tom Lee and Jason Tiller with additional news from Mark Lange and John Szink. Dave Young adds sports to the mix with a look at the previous nights sports scores, as well as a look forward in the sports schedule.

Rush LimbaughRush Limbaugh (1206p-3p, Mon-Fri)

Born Rush Hudson Limbaugh III in Jan. 1951 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, he chose to explore his passion for broadcasting at age 16 by working for a radio station in his hometown.  After four years, he left for Pittsburgh to work at the former ABC owned and operated KQV.  He later moved to Kansas City where he eventually tired of disc jockey life and left broadcasting for business.  By 1983, Mr. Limbaugh got the broadcasting bug back and re-entered radio as a political commentator for KMBZ in Kansas City.  A year later, he was the host of a daytime talk show on KFBK in Sacramento, Calif., where he nearly tripled the program’s ratings in four years.  From there, he went to New York in 1988 where his record-breaking national show was born.

Sean HannitySean Hannity (3p-6p, Mon-Fri)

Sean Hannity is a multimedia superstar, spending four hours a day every day reaching out to millions of Americans on radio, television and internet.

On radio, Hannity is the second-most-listened-to talk show host in America who is heard on more than 500 radio stations nationwide by nearly 13 million weekly listeners. The Sean Hannity Show launched into national syndication on September 10, 2001. He’s known for his provocative, free-wheeling, passionate commentary on politics and the American agenda.


ESPN NightsESPN Radio (6p-6a, Mon-Fri / 12a-12a, Sat-Sun)

ESPN is the most recognized name in sports and continues it’s coverage on WAOV 1405AM, 93.9FM, and 97.1FM each night a weekends. Programming consists of Sports Center, ESPN News, The Sporting Life, Dari and Mel, The Don LeGreca Show, The Ian O’Connor Show, The Mike Lupica Show, and shows dedicated to whatever sport is currently in season.




dr bob martinDr. Bob Martin  ( 10a to 12p Sundays )

Dr. Bob Martin believes that information and education are the keys to good health, and takes  every opportunity to share his knowledge through consumer lectures, newspapers and radio  health talk programs throughout the United States and Canada.