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Joel Kay

• Apx 1978-Present WRIX-AM-FM Radio Station
Held numerous positions over the years including “Operations Manager”, “Program Director”, and “Music Director”. Currently the Traffic Director, in charge of scheduling announcements and preparing Station billing. Also currently serving as Sports Director, and as the “Voice Of The Belton Honea Path High School Bears”. Was “News Director” from 1990-1996. Involved with the live play by play coverage of Belton Honea Path High School football. Served as “Color Analyst” from the late 1970s till the early 1980s. Again became the lead broadcaster and “Voice of The Belton Honea Path High School Bears” in the early 1980s till now. Has conducted numerous interviews of high school football coaches on the air. Did selected Anderson College men’s and women’s basketball as the “Voice” of the Anderson College Trojans from 1980-1982. Did selected men’s and women’s basketball games for Erskine College as the “Voice” of the ErskineCollege Flying Fleet from approximately 1990-1992. Did numerous broadcasts of Belton Post 51 American Legion Baseball Games in the 1980s. Did selected broadcasts of Belton Honea Path High School Baseball games including the State Championship clinching game between Belton Honea Path High School and Garret High School in 1990.

*Was winner of the 2002 STAR Award’s Award Of Merit in the Reporter/Sportscaster of the year competition presented by the South Carolina Broadcasters Association.

* Was the winner of the 2003 STAR Award as Radio Sportscaster Of The Year presented by the South Carolina Broadcasters Association.

*On September 10, 2003, received commendation from the South Carolina House of Representatives for dedication to broadcasting The Belton Honea Path High School Football games in honor of being chosen “2003 Radio Sportscaster Of They Year.”

*Was the winner of the 2004 STAR Award as Radio Sportscaster Of the Year presented by the South Carolina Broadcasters Association

*Was the 2005 STAR Award’s “Award Of Merit” winner in the Sportscaster Of The Year Division presented by the South Carolina Broadcaster’s Association

*Was the 2007 STAR Award’s “Award Of Merit” winner in the Sportscaster Of The Year Division presenter by the South Carolina Broadcasters Association

Education:
*Graduated from Belton-Honea Path High School in 1973.
*Graduated from Tri County Technical College with an A.A. S. degree in Radio Television Broadcasting
in 1975.