106.7 Point FM

About Us

106.7 The Point FM is the home for today’s top hits!

Our local on air talent has a passion for bringing you information about Aberdeen, as well as providing you the soundtrack to your day.

Get to know our station and on air talent:

Matt McClure : Radio Announcer / Sports Announcer

Matt McClure

Radio Announcer / Sports Announcer



Matthew McClure looks to achieve future goals in broadcasting. He is from Glenmoore, Pennsylvania and a graduate of Pennsylvania State University. Matthew served as an active member at CommRadio, the student-run radio station, and performed many different play by play broadcasts, wrote articles and learned about radio. In the summers of 2019 and 2020, Matthew moved to Florida to work as an communications intern at the Florida Collegiate Summer Baseball League. There, he learned how to work in sports media and was presented with the Sara Whiting Young Professionals Award in 2019. In February 2021, Matthew moved to South Dakota and was the Radio Program/Sports Director/ On-Air Talent for KBWS 102.9 in Sisseton. He was the host of the B103 Morning Show, and play by play broadcaster for the Sisseton Redmen and other local teams in Northeast South Dakota. After two plus year in Sisseton., Matthew moved to Aberdeen to join Hub City Radio. He is the morning man on Pheasant Country 103, afternoons on Sunny 97.7, and the voice of the Aberdeen Central Golden Eagles.

Rusty Rokit : Webmaster/Announcer/Production Director

Rusty Rokit

Webmaster/Announcer/Production Director


(605) 229-3632

Catch Rusty Rokit:

You can reach Rusty at (605) 229-3632 or Rusty@HubCityRadio.com

David Tukesbrey : Sports Director / Voice of The Wolves / On-Air Talent

David Tukesbrey

Sports Director / Voice of The Wolves / On-Air Talent


(605) 229-3632

David Tukesbrey was raised in Libertyville, Illinois and went to college at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He graduated in four years with his broadcasting and electronic communication degree from the William and Mary Diederich College of Communication. He was the Sports Director at Marquette Student Radio and broadcast basketball for the men’s and women’s basketball teams. He also traveled around the country with the women’s soccer team as the voice of the women’s soccer team.

After college, he worked at 620 WTMJ in Milwaukee, WI as a producer. He was one of the first broadcasters on WISports.com calling play-by-play for local high school athletics on a brand new platform on the Packers, Brewers and Bucks flagship station. From Milwaukee, he moved to Sisseton, South Dakota and was the sports and program director for KBWS. After nearly a year in Roberts County, he was hired on to be a part of Hub City Radio in Aberdeen, SD.

He has been calling play-by-play since 2005; he has broadcast football, basketball, baseball, soccer, volleyball and hockey.

Previous broadcasting experience:

  • Play-by-play for Presentation College Saints Athletics (football, basketball & volleyball)
  • Play-by-play & sideline reporter: Libertyville High School (basketball, football)
  • Play-by-play: Marquette University (basketball, soccer)
  • Play-by-play: Concordia University (WI) (football, baseball, hockey, soccer)
  • Play-by-play & sideline reporter: Racine Raiders (football)
  • Play-by-play: WISports.com (football)
  • Play-by-play: KBWS 102.9 FM (football, basketball, volleyball)

Catch David Weekdays:

You can reach him at (605) 229-3632 or by email david@hubcityradio.com.