Eventually, Lex and Terry had the number one morning show in Jacksonville, with a mix of frank relationship talk, sports including of , and sometimes music from such artists as and. As a hockey fan she regularly changes allegiances to support whatever team she feels is most likely to make the playoffs or win the Stanley Cup. We found that 92% of them 49 requests were addressed to the original Members. Richards also proved himself an accomplished sound editor, as one of the key features of the show is the use of random humorous sound bites throughout the program, which Richards was responsible for editing and adding in throughout the day. Later that year, United Stations Radio Networks replaced Clear Channel as the show's distributor. In addition to his managerial duties, he is also a featured member of the on-air talent, most recently taking over as the news man. This is quite a good result, as only 30% of websites can load faster.
Our service has detected that English is used on the page, and it matches the claimed language. Becoming a nighttime ratings success, listeners claimed that he was borrowing ideas from the Lex and Terry show. On September 11, Lex and Terry debuted in. About the Show Lex Staley is a 25+ year veteran of the radio industry with a successful track record on both the management and talent sides of the business. Two years later, in January 2012, Ian was hired as the news director for Lex and Terry in Dallas, Texas. The move to Dallas was explained by the duo as necessary because the Charlotte's and Nashville's of the world questioned the credibility of Jacksonville, Florida, success as not being a good enough market to roll the dice on the show to be cleared in the larger medium markets. Celebrity guests included , , , , , and , as well as and call-in host.
She was perhaps best known for her reactions to air horns, which produced some hilarity for listeners. He helped with audio and video in and out of the office and occasionally participated in the show's bits. Scott Richards served as the show's producer and was responsible for the various technical duties of the program, including the creation of the show's bumpers and the show's intro segments, as well as keeping the show under time and letting the hosts know when it was time to cut to commercial breaks. Towards the end of 2008, upon the departure of producer Scott Richards, Lex and Terry contacted Jason for the position, and he accepted. Jason Carr of in became executive producer in 2008, eventually replacing Welpton as director of network operations in September 2010. A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Staley currently resides in the Dallas, Texas, area with his wife and daughter.
A seeming glutton for punishment, Taint has proven that there are no lengths to which he will not go for the sake of the show, going so far as to eat crickets off of Dee's rear end to having his pubic hair waxed live on the air. Unbeknownst that this irreverence would set the tone for years to come, Lex and Terry served notice that things had changed for , , and its two hosts. Scott Richards was producer of Lex and Terry until November 2008, when he also decided to return to Florida. Staley had met Jaymes in earlier and promised if he was ever in charge of a radio station again, Jaymes would be his first and only choice to host mornings. A promo for the pilot can be seen through the Lex and Terry website or on YouTube. He has also proven that there are no lengths to which he will not go for the sake of the show, such as consuming insects, drinking urine, licking an amputee's nub, having sex in a van with a professional hooker, and getting his body hair waxed live on the air.
They eventually lost out to. The first show was a whirlwind of controversy in and out of the building as the phones exploded concerning , the author of. He also had a minor recurring role on the popular soap opera Santa Barbara. In addition, he appeared regularly on television shows Sunday Comics, Comic Strip Live, and Pure Insanity. A native of Southern California, Jaymes resides in Dallas, Texas, with his wife, Shari. Sam is no longer with the show as of 2009.
Upon realizing that his job was turning into a career, Jason soon transitioned into the radio industry. Byford left in June 2018 and was replaced by Morgan, who returned as a full-time on-air personality. A firing story that is still told until this day. Based in Jacksonville, Sam served as the sports man on the show, broadcasting live from his home every morning to discuss the various goings-on in the sports world with the hosts. Peter takes the jokes in stride, and while some of their debates tend to get a bit heated, both sides know when it's time to move on. Ian was born in and raised in South Portland, Maine where he attended the University of Southern Maine.
By this time, the show could also be heard in and. On November 5, 2008, Richards announced he was leaving the show and would be moving back to Florida to be closer to family. Kim was the former news director for the show. The show remained on Planet Radio until a format change in 2010. Based in , , the show is distributed by. Scott Richards Scott serves as the show's producer and is responsible for the various technical duties of the program, including the creation of the show's bumpers and the show's intro segments, as well as keeping the show under time and letting the hosts know when it's time to cut to commercial breaks.