People

  • Station Manager

    Candy is a graduate from the Newcomb College of Tulane University in New Orleans.  Her professional career  in broadcasting, private enterprise, grants administration, and government spans over four decades.  Candy's extensive government...

  • Music Director

    Jay, DJ Artifakt, has been involved in radio broadcasting since he was in high school working as an on-air host,  producer, and promotions assistant.  Jay join the staff at WVAS, in 2005, to host the Sunday afternoon show titled Swing Town.  He...

  • Senior News Correspondent

    In 1984, Marcus moved to Montgomery and has been a fixture on the airwaves every since.  He was the  News Director for the top Country and Adult Contemporary stations in the area for almost a decade.  Before that he served in various roles in...

  • News Reporter I

    Melanie cut her teeth as a work study student working in the areas of news reporting and announcing.  After graduating from Alabama State University, she also worked as a production assistant at the local NBC affiliate, WSFA-TV.  Her...

  • Assistant Music Director and Host

    Milton is a Montgomery, Alabama native.  In 2008, he joined the staff of WVAS, where he continues to put his over twenty years of experience in jazz and urban radio to good use as an annoucer and assistant music director.  He is a graduate of...

  • Production Technician Asst.

    Octavius started his first radio experience as an intern at WVAS during his junior year at Alabama State University. After completing his intern, Octavius landed a job at WSFA-12 News as a News Content Specialist. He worked there almost two...

  • Coordinator of Community and Public Affairs

    Reletta, a native of Luverne, Alabama, began her career in broadcasting as an intern at WVAS.  After graduation, she was hired part time as host of Jazz Flavors. For several years she has enjoyed tickling the ears of those that love and...

  • Reporter

    Robb earned both a bachelor's and a master's degree from Alabama State University.  He has worked in radio since 1983, including a 16-year-tenure in progressively responsible, full-time positions at WVAS.  In 2000, he left WVAS to become a high...

  • News Director

    Shedd media experience spans 3 decades, including stints at radio outlets in Alabama, Tennessee, and North Carolina.  He served as a broadcast editor for the Associated Press Bureau in Alabama for 9 years. Shedd graduated from George Washington...

  • Program Assistant

    Temeki received her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Auburn University Montgomery, where she majored in Information Systems.  Temeki's broadcasting career began in 2005 when she began working for a local Fox Affiliate.

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