Meet the Staff of NEWS102.3 KRMG
A “reformed” Texan, Dan Potter can’t stay away from Tulsa! The host of the KRMG Morning News became our news director and morning anchor back in 2008.
Rick has covered top sporting events such as the Olympic Games, the World Series, numerous football bowl games and championship tennis. He even spent a day with boxing great Muhammad Ali.
Glenn's passion for radio dates back to 1975. That's the year he got his first taste of life behind a microphone, handling play-by-play duties at his high school radio station.
With his newfound inspiration, Foxx got his first on-air radio job as a high school student and continued working in the business at various small market stations while attending St. Gregory’s college in Shawnee.
Dick Loftin joined KRMG and Cox Media Group in May 2008 as Senior Producer. Now, he has expanded his responsibilites with the addition of Host for The KRMG Evening News from 5 to 7pm.
April Hill's first "job" in radio was in college at WMSV. Early every morning she would rise and shine after waiting tables late into the night.
Steve Berg joined FM 102.3 and AM 740 Newstalk KRMG in the fall of 2008 and currently anchors the news segments of The KRMG Afternoon News with Dick Loftin.
Russell Mills came to Tulsa in 1991 with an AA degree in Broadcast Journalism and a new family. He worked in local television for more than 20 years as a show producer, assignment editor, and online content director.
Fox 23 Chief Meteorologist James Aydelott grew up in Tulsa, and has always been fascinated by the severe weather that seems to hit Tulsa with fearsome regularity.
Skyler started his radio career at KRMG in 2012. He started as a board operator on Sunday mornings and was quickly moved into the producer role for the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter.
I grew up on the Illinois River in Tahlequah, so Green Country truly is home for me. I love it! As a kid, I was intrigued by Oklahoma’s wild weather and wanted to be a meteorologist, which as we can see, that played out well.