News Director and your WMUF Wakeup Artist in Residence, Tim Alsobrooks
He's working 'round the clock - helping you get up in the morning and tracking down the news of Paris and Henry County well into the night. So start your morning with a smile! Tim will do it - with great music, fun banter, and contests! Tune in. Hey! Give him a call. But don't ask him about sports unless you've got a couple of hours.
And advertisers...you can call Tim, too for great rates and time periods that'll reach your buyers. 731 644 9455 gets you started.
If you have a news tip, you can call Tim at 731 644 9455
Sports Director Lance Pierce
Lance Pierce will help you, too. Same number...but be ready - Lance loves to talk sports. In fact, he's the voice of the Henry County Patriots and he can give you just about every statistic - football, basketball, baseball, field hockey and shot put - that you could ever want.
Got scores to report? Call Lance. Want to talk advertising? 731 644 9455.
Assistant News Director and Production, Nicki Marr
As Assistant News Director, Nicki brings you all the weekend news and events happening in Paris and Henry County. She is the voice on many of the commercials you hear on air. Nicki also plays all of your favorite hits and engineers during most live remotes. She even brings you the local weather forecast.
When not chasing down all the latest news, Nicki enjoys off-roading and loves to entertain and cook for family and friends.
Nicki relocated from Illinois in 2010 and is proud to be part of one the greatest teams in radio.
Sales & Marketing, David Jackson
Long time teacher, coach and minister in Henry County, David Jackson is finding life going in circles. His focus is on sales and marketing in the listening area of Murray, Ky, Paris and Henry County and WHDM area of McKenzie, Huntingdon and surrounding areas.
David says, "I am excited about McKenzie High School athletics. I hope we can take them to a higher level of visibility on the radio by developing a supportive sponsorship group and listening audience for their athletic programs on WHDM." Email David at email@example.com.
The Boss, Cricket
Cricket, the office cat a.k.a. “the boss” has been a fixture at the radio station for almost 15 years.
When she isn’t sleeping on the job, she’s demanding treats from her loyal servants, otherwise known as the staff.