Jim Moore is the owner and general manager of WYMC Radio. Jim was born and raised in Mayfield, graduated from Murray State University with BS Degrees in Journalism and Industrial Arts. Jim started his broadcasting career in 1972 and started to work at WYMC-AM radio before it signed on the air in 1976 as general sales manager. He purchased the station in 1991.
He has one daughter, Valerie Moore. He is the son of Kenneth and Luverne Moore (deceased). Jim was one of the very first Certified Marketing Consultants in the state of Kentucky as designated by the Radio Advertising Bureau. He also has achieved the ranking of a "Diamond Certified Marketing Consultant" or C.R.M.C. This is a measure of professionalism the Radio Advertising Bureau awards to individuals who have completed the necessary experience and passed required testing as it relates to advertising marketing.
"Miss Shann" as she is known to her fan club is married to Jim Moore. She is originally from Hopkins County, Ky. In high school, she was a cheerleader and still acts as a cheerleader on the WYMC Team. She retired after a career with the Kentucky Department of Employment and Training. She enjoys playing guitar, photography, reading, and needle work. Shann has a passion for the written word and for God's Word. She merges the two and has been published several times in different magazines.
Kevin Brown is originally from Southern Mc Craken County. He has had a varied career from serving in the military, being a basketball coach, to being a minister for 20 years, and now News for WYMC RADIO. Kevin and his wife, Cyndi have two sons serving in the military. Cyndi is a teacher at Fulton City School system. They live on a farm near Water Valley, Ky.
This is Madison Morgan, often referred to at WYMC as Madison in the Morning. Madison is a born and raised Mayfield original, recently graduated from Murray State University with a B.S. degree in Television Production. Producing films is a passion for her and has even won her a couple of first-place awards from Kentucky AP Broadcasters Contest. She hopes to someday break into the film industry and become a director but until then, she spends her free time creating wedding videos, cooking, and often singing karaoke songs in her car. She is so happy to be a part of WYMC as our traffic and billing director and one of our radio personalities on the Breakfast Club Show.
Vince began his broadcasting career in 1987 at WYMC as he transitioned from college life at Murray State University to the life of a radio personality. He is now WYMC's Sports Director. Besides working on the air, Vince has been broadcasting Mayfield High School sports on and off since 1993. His current duties include the WYMC breakfast club show, afternoons, even part time on the weekends in addition to sports play-by-play. He's a Mayfield High Cardinal Fan from head to toe, proudly wearing his MHS Cardinal Football state championship ring given to him by the MHS Booster Club and coaching staff.
Mark Stephens was born in Mayfield and raised in Western Kentucky. After college, he worked at radio stations in Tennessee and Kansas before returning home to help with the family business in 1989. He is also the minister at two area United Methodist churches. Mark and his wife Cyndi live in Mayfield along with their spoiled canine, Cocoa. His hobbies include woodworking and worship planning.