Authors

Kenny Kuhn
Born in Terrytown La, Kenny Kuhn built his broadcast career here in New Orleans. He got his first taste of radio broadcasting as a DJ on Tulane University’s WTUL 91.5 while studying journalism at Tulane. He was later hired at Entercom’s Bayou 95.7 as an affiliate show producer. Since then, his...
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“The relentless pursuit of the news.” Tom will be the first to tell you he didn’t go into radio to get rich, or get famous. But his passion for news and broadcasting goes back to his earliest memories of listening to KNX, Los Angeles in his dad’s car. “My parents were news junkies. They read the L...
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ZACH STRIEF launched a new era in WWL Saints Radio history in 2018, when he became the “Voice of the Saints,” after 30 year veteran Jim Henderson retired. The 12-year Saints offensive tackle and 5-time team captain was an integral part of the 2009 New Orleans Saints team that beat the Indianapolis...
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Steve Geller joined the WWL team in 2006. He'll never forget his first visit to the station and having to duck under police tape while walking on broken glass to get into CNG Tower post Hurricane Katrina. A glamorous career in radio had begun! In 2016, Steve won the Louisiana-Mississippi AP award...
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Scott is a writer and analyst at RotoViz.com and has more than 20 years of fantasy football experience. Scott has won numerous championship over the years and believes in using numbers and advanced metrics to exploit weaknesses in any fantasy format. Especially interested in the wide receiver and...
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Mark Menard made his way to New Orleans by way of a south Louisiana childhood in Morgan City and a formative stint in Thibodaux where he earned a degree in journalism from Nicholls State University. He started at WWL in 2003 as a twiddler of knobs and answerer of phones, but worked his way through...
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Chris Miller has been with WWL since 2000, after coming over from Biloxi following a three-year stint in television and radio on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. While there, Chris won awards for coverage of 1998's Hurricane Georges. He also covered news in his hometown of Mobile, after cutting his...
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