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Alex O'Neal


Majic in the Morning weekdays 6am - 10am
 
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I started in Radio in 1980 in Flint, MI (my hometown), worked at stations like: KVIL-Dallas, WWDE-Norfolk/VA Beach, WFMK-Lansing & WHNN-Bay City/Saginaw. Play Tennis like crazy and workout at the World of Tennis in Lakeway.  I’m a Dad and try to be a good husband. Like to read, travel and be a nerd.  I use an Apple MacBook Pro and iPhone.
 
   

Terri McCormick


Majic in the Morning weekdays 6am-10am/Majic at Work 10am - 3pm
 
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I’m a Midwestern gal born and raised in Michigan, and loving my 5 years in Austin!! I’ve been in radio for over 30 years and love waking up Austin with the Majic in the Morning Show!! This warm and friendly city now feels like home to me and my 24 year old daughter Katie!   We love walking the hike and bike at Town Lake (Lady Bird Lake) , shopping at all the unique stores the city has to offer, and enjoy trying out all the wonderful restaurants in town, which means we hit the hike and bike a lot!!  
 
   

Stephen Michael Kerr


Afternoon Drive Majic Weekdays 3pm - 7pm
 
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I was born and raised in Houston, TX, and moved to Austin after graduating from high school. I received a BA in physical education from Southwestern University in Georgetown, and began my radio career at age 19 as an on-air personality at a small contemporary Christian music station. 

I’ve worked in several other formats as well over the years, including oldies, sports, and talk before arriving at Majic 95.5 in the early 1990’s. From 1996 to 2001, I hosted the Majic Love Songs show from 7 to midnight, before moving into my current position as the afternoon host and Assistant Program Director. 

Having been blind since birth, I’ve always felt it’s important to be an inspiration to the blind community, and to show that being blind is an inconvenience, not a handicap. I’ve given dozens of speeches to various companies, civic organizations, churches, and schools, and have volunteered with Special Olympics, Easter Seals, the American Council of the Blind, and other nonprofit groups. 
God has truly blessed me with two wonderful children: Jessica, who is an education major at a Christian college, and James, who is in highschool. I’ve participated in numerous sports adapted for the blind, including baseball, golf, and canoeing. 
As a gag, I once drove a car around a mall parking lot late at night, with the assistance of a sighted friend. 
 
   

Delilah


Weeknights 7pm - Midnight
 
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I was a small-town girl.
Aside from the ridiculous green beret and homely green jumper, signing me up for Girl Scouts was the best decision Mom made for her fifth-grade daughter. I already knew how to build a campfire, and selling cookies wasn't the highlight of my year -- it was the field trip to the radio station that thrilled my little eleven-year-old heart.
There it was, five thousand watts of crystal-clear power...it was a daytime-only radio station, the voice of our town.
One look into that studio and I was hooked. I begged them to let me take home the unused news copy from the AP wire. I hung it up on my wall like a rock-star poster. I got a tape recorder and practiced doing newscasts, writing exciting stories of neighborhood gossip. I practiced my commercials, imitating TV ads for Miss Clairol.
In the seventh grade, I entered a speech contest and won three of the four categories. The judges were the owners of that radio station. Within a week of winning the speech contest I had my first on-air job: "Delilah, on the Warpath," school news and sports, taped weekly.
By the time I was in high school I had worked into a full-time part-time position at the radio station. I wrote afternoon newscasts, wrote and produced commercials. I took the empty soda pop bottles back for the refund. Six days a week I was at the station. Six days a week I was happy!
It's been over 25 years, and fourteen stations since Mrs. Davis's Girl Scout troop walked through the doors of that first radio station. Today, my show isn't on a five-thousand watt daytime AM station, but the thrill of the microphone hasn't disappeared. Radio is still my first love.
 

 
Sports Watching my son, Isaiah, play soccer
Food YES!!
Color Yellow!
Season Summer in Seattle, Autumn in New England
Activity Painting (art, not walls -- although I do murals!)
Passions Gardening, camping
 
   


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