Morning Show Host
Ralph Black has been part of our team for around 40 years. He has also been inducted into the Troy University Baseball Hall of Fame, the Troy University Sports Hall of Fame, The Alabama Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame and the Wiregrass Sports Hall of Fame. He has also been a member of the Auburn Knights for 58 years!
John Mike McCall
Morning Show Co-Host
Radio co-host by day, chief of Troy University Police by night. John Mike McCall has been a member of the WTBF morning show and the sports team for several years.
Morning Show Co-host
Tammy Powell has been a long time friend of WTBF and has been a great addition to the morning show! Tammy brings a little extra charm to the morning show any time she gets on the microphone.
Traffic and Office Manager
Jennifer Smith has been with WTBF for over fourteen years. She is in charge of traffic, accounts payable, accounts receivable, purchasing and music licensing contracts.
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is the person you're looking for. Niven is also responsible for keeping your local weather and news up-to-date most week days.
General Manager/Station Owner
Dr. Angela Roling
Has been involved with radio since 1972 when he helped start a campus radio station at Daytona Beach Community College. His primary role for many years has been the Operations and Program Manager of WTBF-AM & FM. Kirby has hosted a 30-minute author interview show since 1991 (which has also been syndicated on a state-wide network, and a radio station in Cape Town South Africa, as well as being featured on his website, onthebookshelf.biz.)
Chip Wallace has been a participant of the Coach's Connection since the early part of this century. He loves to talk Alabama history, origin of place names, and geography of our great state as well as high school mascots, nicknames, and tag numbers. He was known as the "Voice of the Pike County Bulldogs" from 1989-1995. He has broadcasted high school football games from the oldest county in the state (Washington-1800) to the newest (Houston-1903) and many points in between.
Cot Wallace has been a participant in the Coach's Connection since it's origin in 1997. He is the only member that has been on the show since its inception. Cot is a former A.H.S.A.A. official and adds additional insight from this perspective. He likes to say that he has been on the show since "Ralph had hair." He has officiated and broadcasted games throughout the great state of Alabama and enjoys doing so.