Saturday, February 04, 2006

Where are they now?

Today, we feature former WBRE/WYOU weather forecaster Mike Evans.

Before he stepped in front of a camera, Evans started out in radio. He bounced around stations in Honesdale and State College as a DJ, program director, and whatever else came his way. In 1999, Evans became music director for Froggy 101, and was also a mid-day host.

But the illustrious world of television beckoned, and he headed to WYOU as a weekend weather forecaster in 2001. He later popped up on WBRE. During this time, Evans was working as a news anchor and producer at WAEB-AM, a news/talk radio station in Allentown. Can you imagine the fun in working seven days a week? Evans didn't, and in 2005, he left WBRE/WYOU.

Where is he now? Evans is still a news anchor and producer at WAEB. And he'll even promote "Sex and the City" for you.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

mike was a blast to work with. Despite all the hours he worked - 7 days a week - he always came to the station with a positive attitude and lots of laughs.

8:10 AM  

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