Hanging out with Tom Leach, the voice of the Kentucky Wildcats. He was an honored guest of Kool Gold 96.7, Sam 103.9 and AM 1400 The Wolf at a London Chamber Luncheon. You can catch Tom on the Leach Report followed by The Matt Jones Show weekday mornings at 9am on AM 1400...and of course you can catch the Kentucky Wildcats on your home for Wildcat sports Sam 103.9.
Congratulations Terry Harris...best of the best radio announcer!!
SAM 103.9, 96.7 Kool Gold and 1400 AM The Wolf was proud to be the official stations of the 2013 KY State H.O.G. Rally held in London in June. Thanks to Wildcat Harley Davidson for hosting this great event where visitors from all over the US came our area. Thanks to the KY Headhunters for putting on a great show and graciously doing multiple interviews with our very own Terry Harris and Dave Begley as we were live on location during the Rally. Lastly, thank you to all our customers and H.O.G. Rally advertisers for stopping by our VIP tent and helping us make this event a huge success!
The London Women’s League hosted a rest stop for the 2013 Redbud Ride where the theme was 80s Prom. SAM 103.9 and 96.7 Kool Gold later conducted a live remote from the Framers Market as the bicyclist returned. The ride in 2013was the largest yet with over 1,200 riders participating.
Early in March 2013 the Kentucky Broadcasters Association visited Washington DC for their annual lobbying trip in an effort to bring attention to important issues and possible legislation affecting Kentucky radio and television. The group visited Kentucky Congressmen Yarmuth, Guthrie, Barr, Whitfield, Massie and Rogers. The group also visited Senators Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell in an effort to keep these important issues on the legislative forefront.
Representing Forcht Broadcasting were CEO and President, Mike Tarter and WWEL, WANV, WFTG General Manger and KBA Board Member, Representing District 6, Bridgett Gambrel.
Bridgett Gambrel, Terry Harris, and Dave Begley from Forcht Broadcasting, SAM 103.9, 96.7 Kool Gold, and 1400 AM the Wolf, conducted a live broadcast encouraging community preparedness and awareness in memory of the March 2012 tornados that affected Laurel County and many other Kentucky counties. Organizers and partnerships for the event held at Kroger in London included Public Health representative, National Weather Service officials, Emergency Management personnel, the London City Fire Department, and Chris Bailey from WKYT. The goal of the event was to provide a community service regarding being prepared in the event of a weather emergency. The organizers offered educational literature, free weather radio programming and discounted weather radios for the community.
Two seniors from North Laurel High School participated in job shadowing with the staff of SAM 103.9, 96.7 Kool Gold and 1400 AM The Wolf. They participated during the morning show on 103.9, wrote commercials, did character voiceovers, wrote and recorded public service announcements, attended an advertising meeting, and pictured here, they also attended a Live Broadcast at CBS Ace Hardware. Pictured left to right is Jonathan Hibbard and Caroline Moore, students, Terry Harris, Program Director Forcht Broadcasting and Tim Nicholson, CBS Ace Hardware manager.
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