Studio Address

121 E Front St
Iuka, MS 38852

The Eagle Radio Network

Requests: 662-423-9533

Fax Line: 662-423-9333

Traffic Email:  wadi@bellsouth.net

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MEET THE CREW

WHO MAKES IT ALL HAPPEN?

MIKE "BOOM BOOM" CANNON

Station Manager

Lovingly known to his listeners as Boom Boom, Mike has been serving as a part of the WADI crew since 2003.  He has been working in radio since 1977 and has worked with a large variety of stations, including WTIB and WFXO (now WKZU), and WOWL-FM.

He hosts the Country Cafe and loves to make winners out of his listeners.  He's also known to play a few classics here and there

KIX PATTERSON

Digital Content and Listener Care

Kix serves the station in multiple ways. He maintains our social presence online on Facebook, controls our online streams, and manages our websites.  If you ever ask a question via email or Facebook Messenger, chances are you speak with Kix.  He also fills in as a DJ where he is needed and has been working in FM radio for 3 years and Internet radio for 6 years.  He started in radio in 2011 at Ohio's Rock Rebel Internet Station.

STEVE

FOSTER

Assistant Station Manager

Steve has been apart of radio in the Tri-State area for over 41 years.  He has worked for many stations in the area including: WKCU-FM, WCMA-AM, WVOW-AM, WTIB-FM, WFXO-FM, WQLT-FM, WXFL-FM, WOWL-FM, and WADI-FM.

He's known for his soothing deep voice that can be heard weekdays from 7a-9a on the Morning Buzz

SUSANN STRICKLAND

Billing and Traffic

Susann (pronounced like Suzanne) runs the daily operations of advertising, planning, and log building for WOWL-FM and WADI-FM.  She has been apart of the team since 2013. She also voices our weather for our sister station, Fun 91, during the day, reminding you to grab your umbrella before you leave the house or roll down the windows during your lunch break.

MEET THE CREW

WHO MAKES IT ALL HAPPEN?

MIKE "BOOM BOOM" CANNON

Station Manager

Lovingly known to his listeners as Boom Boom, Mike has been serving as a part of the WADI crew since 2003.  He has been working in radio since 1977 and has worked with a large variety of stations, including WTIB and WFXO (now WKZU), and WOWL-FM.

He hosts the Country Cafe and loves to make winners out of his listeners.  He's also known to play a few classics here and there

KIX PATTERSON

Digital Content and Listener Care

Kix serves the station in multiple ways. He maintains our social presence online on Facebook, controls our online streams, and manages our websites.  If you ever ask a question via email or Facebook Messenger, chances are you speak with Kix.  He also fills in as a DJ where he is needed and has been working in FM radio for 3 years and Internet radio for 6 years.  He started in radio in 2011 at Ohio's Rock Rebel Internet Station.

STEVE

FOSTER

Assistant Station Manager

Steve has been apart of radio in the Tri-State area for over 41 years.  He has worked for many stations in the area including: WKCU-FM, WCMA-AM, WVOW-AM, WTIB-FM, WFXO-FM, WQLT-FM, WXFL-FM, WOWL-FM, and WADI-FM.

He's known for his soothing deep voice that can be heard weekdays from 7a-9a on the Morning Buzz

SUSANN STRICKLAND

Billing and Traffic

Susann (pronounced like Suzanne) runs the daily operations of advertising, planning, and log building for WOWL-FM and WADI-FM.  She has been apart of the team since 2013. She also voices our weather for our sister station, Fun 91, during the day, reminding you to grab your umbrella before you leave the house or roll down the windows during your lunch break.

MEET THE CREW

WHO MAKES IT ALL HAPPEN?

MIKE "BOOM BOOM" CANNON

Station Manager

Host of The Country Cafe

Lovingly known to his listeners as Boom Boom, Mike has been serving as a part of the WADI crew since 2000.  He has been working in radio since 1978 and has worked with a large variety of stations, including WTIB and WFXO (now WKZU), and WOWL-FM.

He hosts the Country Cafe and loves to make winners out of his listeners.  He's also known to play a few classics here and there.

KIX PATTERSON

Creative Services Manager

Host of The Afternoon Saloon

Kix serves the station in multiple ways. He maintains our social presence online on Facebook, controls our online streams, and manages our websites.  If you ever ask a question via email or Facebook Messenger, chances are you speak with Kix.  He also fills in as a DJ where he is needed and has been working in FM radio for 4.5 years and Internet radio for 8 years.  He started in radio in 2011 at Ohio's Rock Rebel Internet Station.

STEVE

FOSTER

Assistant Station Manager

Host of The Morning Buzz

Steve has been a part of radio in the Tri-State area for over 41 years.  He has worked for many stations in the area including: WKCU-AM/FM, WCMA-AM, WVOM-AM, WTIB-FM, WFXO-FM, WQLT-FM, WXFL-FM, WOWL-FM, and WADI-FM.

He's known for his soothing, deep voice that can be heard weekdays from 7a-9a on the Morning Buzz.

SUSANN STRICKLAND

Billing and Traffic

Susann (pronounced like Suzanne) runs the daily operations of advertising, planning, and log building for WOWL-FM and WADI-FM.  She has been apart of the team since 2013. She also voices our weather for our sister station, Fun 91, during the day, reminding you to grab your umbrella before you leave the house or roll down the windows during your lunch break.

Milton "Busta Move"

Wallis

Advertising Account Exec.

Busta Move is your "main-man" for radio advertising.  He has been serving the Crossroads with advertising packages to fit any size business for many years.

Contact him today at

662-415-2446

SUSANN STRICKLAND

Billing and Traffic

Susann (pronounced like Suzanne) runs the daily operations of advertising, planning, and log building for WOWL-FM and WADI-FM.  She has been apart of the team since 2013. She also voices our weather for our sister station, Fun 91, during the day, reminding you to grab your umbrella before you leave the house or roll down the windows during your lunch break.