Doug accepting his Silver Circle Award from the
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences-Mid America
Doug has been a central Illinois broadcaster for 40 years. He's
the Taylorville, Springfield, Decatur, Danville and Champaign-Urbana
markets for 40 years.
currently Co-Anchor and Chief Weather Anchor at WICD-TV, in
Champaign and Weather Anchor at WCCU-TV in Urbana.
site is dedicated to preserving central Illinois Broadcast
History. It's being constantly updated with additions
and maybe even a few revisions. Check back often.
Be watching for WICD/NewsChannel 15 at the various Labor
Day Weekend Parades.....the Hoopeston National Sweetcorn Parade on
Saturday, and the Labor Day Parades in Danville and Westville on
Monday. I'll be there looking for you!
5, 2014) Updated the Radio Automated Formats page to include picture of
BPI cassette from the 1970s. Also updated the page format to
(Aug 6, 2014) Updated and added photos from my years with WDNL Radio. See
the many added photos and more!
(Aug 10, 2014) Updated and added photos and information to the Area CHR History.
Also updated format of the page.
(Aug 12, 2014) Updated and added photos, air-checks and more
information about my years at WDNL (D-102) from 1977-2002. See
the History of WDNL.
(Aug 17, 2014) Updated History of WTIM and added photos of the Frisina
Hotel and the former studios of WTIM and WEEE both taken in 1988.
The 80s are back....at least as far as this weeks Videos of the
Week. We're going back and checking out what some of
yesterdays....and even a few of todays stars were doing in their early
years. You might not recognize a few of these shows....but you
will recognize more than few of the stars....That's part 1 above:
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