Gary McIntyre

Born and raised in Jamestown, Gary McIntyre graduated from Southwestern Central School and has been in radio ever since.  Well, actually, Gary hosted his first “Radio Southwestern” show on WJTN & WKSN in 1967, while still in High School.  Gary has worked in professional radio programming and sales ventures in Pennsylvania, Kansas, Iowa and Jamestown.  Did you know that Gary was the first morning show host for both WKSN and WHUG in the 1970s and 1990s?  He also served as operation manager and basically created the country  format that went onto WHUG-FM in 1978.   Gary co-hosted the Pit Road Show at Stateline Speedway in the 1990’s and has hosted numerous country artist concerts in Chautauqua County.   Gary McIntyre served three years with the U.S. Army in the early 1970’s and follow training in photo journalism at Fort Harrison, Indianapolis, became morning show host for American Forces Vietnam Network (AFVN) in Qui Nhon and film editor, radio news producer-anchor, and TV sports anchor in Saigon.  To finish up a wonderful full-time career Gary has taught a 25-year career in mass communication/broadcasting at Jamestown Community College, East Carolina University, Buena Vista College, and Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.   Gary is married to his wife, Sharon, and share a son, Justin, and  grand daughter, Cora.  Gary has been active in Sertoma, Optimist, and Kiwanis service clubs. Email Gary here and say hello!


WJTN News Headlines for Feb. 22, 2010

Top's Friendly Markets confirmed Wednesday that it is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.  However, all of it's stores across the region-- including the one in Jamestown-- wil...

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