> I too know Garth and he is a nice guy.
> Not sure Tony has the money to hire a BIG GUN.
> > > Did Renda finally learn of Maiers in-experience?
> > >
> > > Did Renda give him a choice to resign or be fired?
> > >
> > > And if any, what other radio station will he try to
> > shanghi
> > > into believing he is qualified to program a newstalk
> > > station?
> > >
> > > Now that KOKC has a chance to step up will Tony Renda
> > > finally hire a qualified PD to take the station the next
> > > level?
> > >
> > > Inquiring minds want to know.
> > Well, here's what Tony Boy knows
> > I don't know a lot about Garth.
> > Garth and I met at the Metro Traffic studios when I was
> > offered the job as Director of Operations of Metro in
> > Oklahoma City.
> > I subsequently turned down the job primarly because I
> > to remain in Richardson, a suburb of Dallas.
> > Garth was extremely personable, gracious and kind to me.
> > and I never worked together. But we chatted for about two
> > hours.
> > Garth seemed most knowledgable about radio. He does a lot
> > of church work and preaches. I believe him to be a man of
> > the highest moral character.
> > I was most impressed by Garth personally, but I do not
> > much about his radio background other than he worked his
> > up from several smaller markets, including Tyler. When I
> > heard him doing news headlines on KOMA-FM when I visited
> > Oklahoma City, I noticed that he had an excellent voice
> > news anchoring.
> > From my brief meeting with Garth, he seems to be a fine
> > I wish him the best.
> > Tony
Don't let the door hit you in the butt on the way out. You will not be missed around Renda, from what my friends tell me.
--- THE Insultant ---