Okay, I get the hint! Quite a few people have asked, "Why don't you appear on the WISN Web page?" The answer is I've been extremely busy here doing things other than looking back on a very long career. However I have now managed to put together a bit of a bio for those who wish to learn more about the new boss! You can link to it here.
Now that this bit of business has been taken care of, back to work! Oh, and thank you all for asking about me, I will say I absolutely love it here and am pleased to call Wisconsin home!
Send your questions, comments and news tips to me at email@example.com.
Although he is the newest addition to News/Talk 1130 WISN and its youngest on-air personality, Dan nonetheless has more than a decade of experience as a radio news anchor, reporter, and news and sports talk show host in the Milwaukee market.
He is a two-time winner of broadcast journalism’s prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award and has won nearly 20 regional Murrow Awards and Wisconsin Broadcasters’ Awards for excellence. In addition to his work in Milwaukee, Dan has served as a correspondent for CBS News Radio, ABC News Radio, FOX News Radio, In Session TV, and HLN’s “The Nancy Grace Show.”
A lifelong Wisconsinite who grew up just four miles from WISN’s studio, Dan is a graduate of both Marquette University and The University of Wisconsin Law School. He is a licensed (but thankfully non-practicing) attorney, so please try not to hold that against him.
Dan now lives in Milwaukee with his wife Megan and two young sons.
Jon Wyatt is the Traffic Reporter on WISN’s Mark Belling Late Afternoon Show, and arguably, the most high-profile sidekick on the Milwaukee radio dial in Afternoon Drive. Wyatt’s quick wit and nice-guy persona are the perfect compliments to Belling’s compelling observations and opinions. With a profound understanding that the audience relates to Wyatt as a “regular guy”, Mr. Belling engages Jon several times on each show, to ascertain the perspective of the public as a whole. Jon has been a contracted employee of WISN since the mid-1990’s, and has been Mr. Belling’s Traffic Reporter for ten years.