Gary Keegan

Host / Operations Manager

Prior to WNKU, Gary Keegan worked at Warm 98, WNOP, and WYGY 96.5 in Cincinnati, as well as stations in Indiana and Florida. He taught for 21 years at the Ohio Center for Broadcasting. Keegan is also a United States Marine who did two tours in Vietnam. His drill instructor was Lee Ermey – the drill instructor in Full Metal Jacket and now the Geico commercials. No, really. His drill instructor, quite literally, was Lee Ermey. Keegan is also married with two grown children. He’s a native of Covington, KY and currently resides in Anderson, OH.

Ways To Connect

April 9 to 13

Apr 16, 2012

BusinessWise for the week of  April 9 to the 13 has Carolyn Washburn from  the Enquirer, Tom Cooney & Crystal Faulkner on starting a business  and loan advice, Mike Michael about his curiosity, Ron Wiley on small business credit, Tony Maas from JTM and Linda Spencer & Bill Keating on life skills from sports.

Feb 13 to 17

Feb 20, 2012

BusinessWise for the week of Feb 13 to 17 has Milton Dohoney on the streetcar issue, Tom Cooney & Crystal Faulkner on business owners paying off debt, Donna & Doug Browning on their business Sweaty Bands, Steve Stevens on our region's economic performance and Kevin Hughes on his work in OTR.

Feb 6 to 10

Feb 8, 2012

BusinessWise for the week of Feb 6 to 10 has Charlie Bowden about the SEFNK event, Tom Cooney & Crystal Faulkner on how to plan for tax increases, Johnna Reeder  on different  services from electric companies, Brian Calkins on nutrition and exercise and Todd Pfister on small business franchise.

Caroline Tompkins

Winners of the 2007 Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best World Band, The Pinstripes don’t merely play Ska and Reggae — they inhabit the sound like it’s a ramshackle house that’s keeping them alive. Tight but never slick, fun but never goofy, intense but never serious, The Pinstripes (a hard-touring band with a hard-won following) combine Ska, Reggae, Dub and Soul to create something that’s genuinely lacking in a great deal of contemporary music: joy.

Gary Keegan visits with Josh Eagle on January 27, 2012 in the studio at WNKU.