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.
My radio career in radio started after two years of having a great time and really loving NSC now NSU. My Mom told me its time to move out of the “dorm life”, and find a career path. I mentioned radio one time and she enrolled me into broadcast school in Thief River Falls Minnesota.
Just before graduation (I did graduate) an opportunity to move to Brookings with KJJQ/KKQQ opened up, thus launched by radio career. Worked 45 days straight from 10pm to 6am. That was a test of is this what I want to do? A couple months later an opening was at KBTO in Bottineau ND. Daytime shift and 50 more dollars a month! After really being cold and wanting to get closer to Aberdeen another opportunity was available in Lisbon ND at KQLX AM and FM. After being at KQLX and now engaged to be married, my fiancé (now my wife) started her career in Aberdeen. Now I needed to get to Aberdeen! I made many calls to Aberdeen radio stations for any position, I finally received a call and went to work on KGIM-AM in 1990. After a short stint on the air the owner asked if I was wanting to get into sales. I really didn’t, until he told me just No weekends or holidays just before thanksgiving and the rest of the holidays. So my sales career started at KGIM-AM (known as the “KGIM 1420 Weather Station”)
After a couple of years the radio stations had ownership changes. These changes brought together KGIM-AM, , Z-97.7 and Pheasant Country 103.7, and KQKD-AM Redfield.
A couple years later another ownership change! In the fall of 98 I became the General Manager of these stations, and started operating KSDN-AM 930 , 94.1 The Rock, KGIM-1420, Pheasant Country 103.7, Point-FM 106.7, and Sunny 97.7.
Between 98 and 2014 we had two more ownership changes!!
In February 2014 I was lucky enough to purchase these stations with some local investors! Thus another ownership change!
I can honestly say the changes in ownership over the years have created great friendships to this day. I would not be able to have these radio stations without their knowledge and support over the years. More than being labeled past owners they are great friends!
What I have learned from them is its not the signals, the buildings, the technology. It’s the people that are running the technology and the people behind the mics.
We can all talk about being local but the reality is the product that you produce is local. We have been listening to the area and we produce local talent, local programs and local people. From NSU, Aberdeen Central, Aberdeen Roncalli, Wings hockey, and area games of the week! (16 area towns!) Local news, weather and community events.
Our main focus every day is local appeal.
I have been part of Aberdeen since 1985 and look forward to serving the area with radio, internet, text, Facebook, Twitter and whatever the latest technology digital era age takes us for many years to come.
I have been truly privileged to be I this business all my life and able to share many opportunities with my friends and radio family.
I am also blessed to have a great wife Melanie and two wonderful kids, Alli and Zach.
You can reach me at (605) 229-3632 or BrianLundquist@HubCityRadio.com.
I was born and raised in Aberdeen SD. I went to Roncalli High School and went on to Northern State University and graduated with a Double major in Management and Marketing in 2012.
I got married in 2013, and we've since had two daughters, Everly and Ellery. In my free time I like to spend time with my family and friends, and we really like to travel.
Sales & Marketing
Tammie was raised on a farm just South of Chelsea and graduated from Cresbard High School.
She graduated with a BS degree from Northern State University. She started her career in radio in 1988 at KSDN. Tammie and her husband Scott have one daughter and a grandson. When not helping her clients with their marketing, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, bowling, and volunteering.
Sales & Marketing
JK as he is often called, is an Aberdeen native and after chasing some jobs in radio around the Midwest, returned to the Hub City in 2000. He cut his teeth on and really became a Classic Country music fan while working at KOLY in Mobridge, SD and then KBMR in Bismarck, ND, then played the modern Country hits at K102 in Brookings, SD. He is a passionate Aberdeen Wings fan, which works out well since he is also the voice of the Wings and does Play by Play for them for Hub City Radio. He’s also been a dirt track Stock Car racing fan since a young age, which also works out well since he is one of the voices of Brown County Speedway in Aberdeen. When he isn’t chasing the Wings or commentating on Stock Cars doing battle, he loves spending time with his teenage son and fishing.
Sales & Marketing
Judy is from the Gettysburg area, and moved to Presho her Junior year and graduated high school from Lyman County. She attended Northern State University where she got a degree in Management/Marketing. She started working at Hub City Radio shortly after college gaining 18 years of experience in radio and 20 years of experience in advertising.
Judy is married to her husband John and they have three daughters together, Jami, Jori, and Jeci. In her free time, she enjoys watching her girls play sports, and teaching workout classes at the YMCA.
She is also a cat mom and hopes to be a dog mom again in the future.
Abby was born and raised in Aberdeen, SD. She went to Roncalli High School and graduated from NSU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing in 2019.
While in school she worked at a local Marketing Agency in Aberdeen where she specialized in Social Media marketing along with other key marketing skills. She started at Hub City Radio in the summer of 2020 and feels like she has been able to get the full background of traditional marketing and digital marketing.
Abby and her husband Austin has one son, Aidan who is always keeping them on their toes. In their free time, they enjoy spending time with friends and family.
News Director and On Air Talent
I have been with HubCityRadio since 2005 doing a variety of roles. Currently, I'm doing the Midday & Evening Reports on KSDN 930AM/102.1FM. I also produce the Don Briscoe Show that airs every Friday at 5PM. I host the Tradio show that airs Saturdays at 10AM. Other roles here is the News Director for Hub City Radio & Game producers for all our radio stations.
I'm a 1992 Aberdeen Central graduate. I earned an associate degree in radio broadcasting in 2004 from Brown College in Minnesota.
I'm a huge Twins, Wild, and Chiefs fan. I'm also a big Minnesota Golden Gophers fan in all sports.
I enjoy doing sudoku puzzles, bowling, & playing hidden puzzles games.
Sales & Marketing
Scott is a native Aberdonian. After graduating from Brown Institute in Minneapolis in 1986, Scott worked in radio in Gregory and Redfield before making his way back to KGIM-AM in 1988. He’s been with this radio group in one way, shape or form ever since, starting in news, moving to on-air and sports, and into sales in the early 1990’s.
His current duties include sales, as well as the on-air voice of Roncalli High School sports since 2005. Calling two State Football Championships and the 2015 State A Boys Basketball Championship for the Cavaliers has highlighted his play by play career!
Scott enjoys helping clients come up with creative campaigns, and tries to make it as fun and “painless” as possible. He enjoys interacting with clients, not only professionally, but personally as well.
Scott and wife Connie have two grown children, and try to see them as often as possible. Both are married, with one grandchild on the way!!
Program Director/Operations Manager/Announcer
I was born: In a crossfire hurricane.
I was raised: By a toothless, bearded hag.
Wait, that’s Jumpin’ Jack Flash!
Actually I was born June 18, 1960 at Ft. Benning, Georgia. I graduated dead last in my class from Aberdeen Central in 1978 (I think they gave me a diploma so they wouldn’t have to deal with me for another two or three years).
Favorite Bands: Steely Dan, Little Feat, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Zep, Clapton, Dave Matthews, Blues Traveler, U2, and Police.
Favorite Foods: Anything Italian, burgers and beer!
Favorite TV Shows: Golf and baseball.
Favorite Teams: Broncos and Twins.
Movies I could watch over and over again: Young Frankenstein, Godfather Series, Papillon, Silence of the Lambs, Shawshank Redemption, Spinal Tap, Anything Monty Python, (almost) anything Bill Murray is in!
Buzzkills: Wars, Democrats and Republicans, Carrot Top!
Dinner for Four: Me, Jimmy Buffett, Bull Murray and the Late Great Harry Caray.
Dirty Little Secret: I’m really a lesbian trapped in a man’s body (or) I once spent my own paper route money on a Barry Manilow album.
Lifelong Goals: To break 100 on the golf course and the bowling alley in the same day!!!
Catch the Doc of Rock:
You can reach me at (605) 229-3632 or email@example.com.
Sports Director / Voice of The Wolves / On-Air Talent
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:
- 6-12 pm: Hot Mess Express with Tukes on 106.7 Point FM
- 10-11 am: The Sports Hub on Fox Sports Aberdeen
- 12-6 pm: Pheasant Country 103.7
- Calling Northern State University Athletics on Fox Sports Aberdeen 1420 / 107.1
You can reach him at (605) 229-3632 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.