"Talk 101 FM" announces addition of new morning co-host
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Decatur - Cromwell Group radio station WZUS (100.9 FM), "Talk 101 FM" is excited to announce the addition of WAND-TV Reporter, Doug Wolfe, to the morning show co-hosting chair. Wolfe joins personality Scott Busboom in the morning to form "Busboom & Wolfe". WZUS General Manager Chris Bullock says that the two form a great team. "We are fortunate to have a talent of Doug's caliber join the morning show. Viewers watch him every night on WAND-TV, and now they can hear him every morning on Talk 101. Doug's been a visible and active part of the community for many years and I'm thrilled he's working with us."
Listeners can expect to hear plenty of discussion on local and national politics, local guests from the community, plus the pulse of what Central Illinois is talking about each and every morning. Show co-host Scott Busboom is excited to partner with someone as knowledgeable as Wolfe. "Doug knows his stuff, and he brings his skills as a reporter to the program. Our listeners will get the full picture when we interview any one of our guests.
WAND President and General Manager Ricky Joseph likes the match
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