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As host of KRMG’s flagship news program, The KRMG Morning News, Dan Potter has won two National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Awards for medium market Personality of the Year as well as similar honors from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. Dan came to KRMG as news director and morning news anchor in 2008. He began hosting the KRMG Morning News in 2012. He and his wife Martha live in midtown with two very spoiled dogs and lots of pictures of their five grandkids.
Dan Potter chats with Tulsa’s most creative and interesting personalities, makers, artists, and thought leaders. New episodes will be posted on the second and fourth Wednesdays each month.
The former Executive Director of the Greenwood Cultural Center and Chairman of the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission, Phil Armstrong, shares the story of how one gospel song changed the course of his entire life.
Continuing our intimate conversation at The Church Studio with former House of Pain Hype Man, Outsiders' House owner and unofficial Mayor of Tulsa, Danny Boy O'Connor.
An intimate conversation at The Church Studio with former House of Pain Hype Man, Outsiders' House owner and unofficial Mayor of Tulsa, Danny Boy O'Connor.
In-depth topics from the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter on 102.3 KRMG Tulsa's News & Talk.
Tulsa Mayor GT Bynum joins the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter to talk about the huge announcement that an international green energy company will build a solar panel manufacturing facility at the Tulsa Port of Inola in what is being called the largest economic development project in the state history.
Oklahoma US Senator James Lankford joins the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter to discuss his thoughts on the ongoing debt ceiling debate, what the expiration of Title 42 means for the Southern Border, and Biden's trip to Japan for the G7.
He also talks about the merger of Oneok and Magellan Midstream merger and any impacts on the city.