Staff

Meet The Station Manager………Darla Isham 

Meet the Traffic Director……Nancy Johnson

I joined our Radio family in 2001 as Office Manager.  However, being in Small Market Radio I’ve had the opportunity to host our Shopping Show, been a Board Operator for sports games and numerous other duties as they arise.  I’m a Team Player! I enjoy working with our staff and our community.  I’m a “Snoopy” fan and can’t pass a Yard Sale without stopping.  You never know what you’ll find….maybe another SNOOPY!

 

Meet The Sales Dude…….Jeff Little

My name is Jeff Little – I have been in customer service/sales for over 20 years and part of this broadcasting family for 1 year now. I was born and raised right here in Park Falls. I graduated from St. Anthony’s grade school and then Park Falls High school. I enjoy fishing during all seasons in Wisconsin and Minnesota as well as golfing as much as possible all summer. My fiancé Andrea and I have 4 kids (Tyler, Mitch, Lexi and Trae) together all raised in the Northwoods. I look forward to working with the community for many years to come.

 

Meet The DJ’s……..

The Morning Show with Joel Karnick 6am to 10am

 

I started in radio way back in 1986 in Menomonie, WI. My radio career has taken me to Independence, IA; Marshall, MN; Amery, WI; Rice Lake, WI; Minneapolis, MN (KFAN); and finally, the last stop, WCQM/JACKFM) in Park Falls, WI. I have worked here since March of 2000. After 34 years in radio, I’ve figured out that I’m really not qualified to do much else, so you are pretty much stuck with me! We have a great staff, and I enjoy coming to work every day. Tune into the morning show, and I’ll see if I can make you a winner of one of our “Fabulous and Glamorous” prizes!

e-mail me at production@wcqm.com

 

Penrod 11pm to 5am

Sometimes it’s hard to talk with this silver spoon in my mouth, oh I’m sorry that’s a hot wing. I really like hot wings. If I am not on the radio I enjoy fishing, fishing, and oh yeah, fishing. I enjoy going to concerts and comedy clubs. I have been known to sing with “the band” and do some stand-up. I enjoy long buffets and all-you-can-eat joints. Yes, I have a weird sense of humor and enjoy joking about everything including myself. If I can’t laugh at myself then there must be duct-tape on my face.

 

Beau 5am to 6am (6am-9am When Joel’s Gone)

It’s never a dull moment at Beau’s house with his lovely wife Celeste, and teenagers, Amia, Hailey, and John. Add in the mix 6 rescue dogs and a rescue cat, you might even call his home an animal house. Beau loves sports with football being his favorites… GO Chiefs! He also loves to help with charity golf tournaments. If there’s a bar-b-cue, Beau’s the first one there and the last one to leave. Don’t worry as he always brings the beverages. Beau’s favorite country artist list includes singers like Luke Bryan, Chris Janson, FGL and Maren Morris. Beau’s motto is “enjoy life, have fun and dance like no one’s watching.” Beau was raised by a single mom and always supports the hard-working moms in our community. His go-to snack? Beau puts peanut butter on everything!

John St. John 10am to 2pm

John has traveled the country and has made stops in Denver, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Tampa and Nashville and is country music fan. John’s two sons both work in the music industry and John and his boys enjoy the great outdoors when they can get some downtime together. There’s nothing like camping with a blazing bonfire and some loud country music playing.

Marci McClamroch 2pm to 7pm

Marci is grew up in Indiana and is a proud graduate of Purdue University. She got her start in radio as an intern in college and was hired on immediately after. Now 15+ years later she has worked in nearly every format of music and multiple markets like Detroit, Northwest Arkansas and downtown Chicago. When not on the air, she spends time with her husband, 2 young boys and 2 yorkies.

John Glenn 7pm to 11pm

John Glenn country radio enthusiast. One of my earliest memories is listening to Don Williams on the radio with my Grandfather, while waiting in line at a grain elevator. I remember the heat of the day, the smell of the grain dust, the hole in the truck’s floorboard. I go back to that moment every time I hear a Don Williams song, maybe that’s why The Gentle Giant is one of my all-time favorites. That “Eureka” moment is why I love Country radio. Outside of the studio I have a beautiful wife and 2 wonderful kids. I tell them to experience it all, be fully immersed in what you are doing so you can squeeze the most out of these moments. Cheers!