Forrest Goodman joined 600WREC in 2006, but has been in radio for over 20 years. He was born in Memphis and has lived in or near the city most of his life. Forrest is also part of the Memphis Tigers football and basketball broadcasts. He enjoys camping, fishing and is quite fluent in speaking "Seinfeldian."
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Steve Butler was born and raised in Baltimore, but thinks of himself as a Memphian. He arrived in April 1977. A few months later, Elvis died and things "just ain’t been the same since." The reason Steve came to Memphis thirty-some years ago was....to work at WREC!
He worked on the morning show for two years and then on to mornings at WRVR for 25 years. He had a brief career in real estate, but after about a year, realized working in an industry that used terms like "amortization" and "multi-dwelling unit" was not for him.
He returned to WREC in February of 2006. Now he produces Memphis Morning News, does a little entertainment news, and tries to keep his pet circus monkey from destroying the studio.
When she's not getting up before dawn to deliver the latest headlines on Memphis Morning News, this Starbucks-swilling knitter can be found volunteering at her children's schools, or in a bookstore. She's a proud Southerner from North Mississippi who's waiting for her cape with the big "S" to come back from the cleaners.
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Save your dollars and warm up your credit card. Gas prices will soon be affected, and I think you know which way they'll go. Greg Laskowski joins us on Memphis Morning News.
When the new year rolls around, many of us start looking for a new job. Be careful when you apply. Scam artists look at you as a job. Randy Hutchinson has some suggestions.
He's only four and he got kicked out of school. It was a medical thing. Lis Wiehl is an attorney.
K/K invest...Boo Boo big...Kimmel moves...Razzie noms. Entertainment.
Really. I'm going to eat that.