Guy Fogle


Guy Fogle started his career in 1985 and has worked at all 4 Dayton TV stations, WKEF,WHIO, WDTN, WRGT as sports anchor and later as morning show co-host. He co-hosted the popular Kickoff Countdown show with Don Brown covering the Cleveland Browns football team and hosted the 22 ALive Sports Machine show on Sunday nights for several years.. He later served as the main anchor/host of the revamped WKEF/WRGT Morning Show. Fogle did play by play for the Dayton Wings Professional Basketball team, Wright State University basketball and High School football and basketball games of the week on cable networks plus radio stations WONE, WING, and WPTW. He received awards and accolades for his coverage of High School sports from the Ohio High School Athletic Association. Committed to local charitable organizations, he tirelessly served on many committees and boards throughout the Miami Valley.

Chuck Hamlin

Chuck Hamlin is the son of the late sports announcer Tom Hamlin. Although his career took a turn from on air performance like his Dad, Chuck became a videographer and turned to pointing his camera on the eyes of the World.
He has covered many great stories and in the meantime touched the hearts of the viewing audience with his camera lens.

Chuck has over 41 years in the industry and has won many awards.  He has many times slept in his news van just to be on top of a story.  He’s covered hurricanes and been embedded with the 445th Wing at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.  Chuck has four decades of work and he’s still pointing his camera.

Mick Hubert


Mick Hubert was a fixture on Dayton Television for ten years working as sports director at WHIO television and doing play by plays for the Dayton Flyers basketball team.  He later moved to Florida where for over 33 years he was the voice of the Florida Gators.  Hubert was born in St. Anne’s, Illinois and graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in Journalism.

Hubert was inducted into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame in 2018 and retired in May of 2022.

Jamie Jarosik

Jamie Jarosik has been a fixture on Dayton television for over 23 years as a meteorologist.  She is a hometown girl who has done two stints at WDTN Television.  She started her broadcast career at Helena, Montana as Chief Forecaster, then at Rockford, Illinois, later at WDTN, then in Kansas City,
Missouri before coming back to Dayton television where she has been ever since.

Jamie is a graduate of Kettering High School and Ohio University.  She studied meteorology at Mississippi State. In 2003, she was picked as favorite weather personality and won it again in 2016.  Jamie has battled breast cancer and shared her tough fight with her viewing audience, hoping that her story might help others and save lives.

Tom Michaels


Tom Michaels is a broadcast icon with over 49 years in the industry. He started his career in 1978 as a reporter/producer and then moved into sports, doing play by plays.

His career spanned over a number of years working at WKEF Television and working at WING and WHIO radio.  At WING, Michaels worked with another icon, the late Steve Kirk, doing sports news throughout Kirk’s morning show. 

Michaels was the voice of Wright State Basketball Team, the Dayton Bombers and the Dayton Gems, just to name a few.

Gary Sandy

Honorary Award

Gary Sandy, portrayed the Radio Broadcast Industry on the TV sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati” for many years. Born in Dayton, Sandy graduated from Fairmont High School.  He and Broadcaster Hall of Famer George Wymer were part of a WING sponsored Junior Achievement Group.

After winning an all-state actor award his senior year, Sandy attended Wilmington College until a professor there urged him to go to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City.

Sandy began his acting career in daytime drama working on As The World Turns, Another World, Somerset and the Secret Storm.  Before and after his work on WKRP in Cincinnati, Sandy appeared in countless film and TV productions.  Last year Radio Ink presented him with the first Radio Wayne Influence Award for his insightful and nuanced of Andy Travis on WKRP.

Judy Dodge

Community Service Award

Montgomery County Commissioner Judy Dodge is honored with the Community Service Award for her long service on
the Board of Directors of the Dayton Area Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

Carol Sampson

Community Service Award

Carol Sampson, former Director of the Dayton
Culture Center, is honored with the Community Service Award for her long service on the Board of Directors of the Dayton Area Broadcasters Hall of Fame.