Wolo & Peter In The Morning, Weekdays, 7a-10a
Dave Woloshin has been the voice of the Tigers for a decade, but he's been in sports broadcasting for a lot longer than that. Wolo graduated from Southern Illinois University and started his radio career in 1975 as news and sports director of AM/FM in Steamboat Springs, Colo. He started his television career in 1978 at KFVS-TV in Cape Girardeau, Mo. He came to Memphis in 1981, as a replacement for Charlie B. Watson at WHBQ-TV, then an ABC affiliate and part of the RKO family.
He began doing Sports Talk Radio in 1983, teaming with a then fairly young George Lapides at WREC. At that time, it was the only Sports Talk Radio going on in Memphis. He also served as Director of Communications and broadcaster of the Memphis Showboats for two years until 1985. In 1985, he moved to Dallas for one year, to host a morning show on KRLD and work on the Cowboys Network. He was the Voice of Texas A&M in 1985. He came back to Memphis in 1986.
Over the last 25 years in Memphis, he has done University of Memphis football and basketball either on TV or Radio, numerous coaches' shows, over 200 events on ESPN involving eight different sports, a TV golf show for seven years, USA Baseball on two different networks, Arena Football, two different Indoor soccer teams, high school football on TV, 12 years of doing the Memphis tennis tournament on television, and several boxing assignments with different promoters.