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Thursday, 07 October 2010 08:15

Nick Segina, Owner/General Manager 


 Nick Segina













Izzy Jackson – Morning Drive & Marketing/Office ManagerIzzy J No GlassesIzzy has been with WDKM for almost 7 years now, and has evolved into her current position. She enjoys hosting the early morning show every weekday, and wakes up her listeners with local and state news, entertainment, and of course, humor.  She's a busy girl, and still finds time to enjoy her family, music, the great outdoors, and enjoying a good book from time to time.


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