106-9 Kicks Country Nights With Karli
Week Nights 7PM - 10PM
The name is Karli, joining ya week nights and weekends where you'll hear the most country all day, 106.9 Kicks Country.
Born and raised in Small Town, USA! As a high school student, I decided I'd like to try my voice at radio and fell in love with this business.
I began my career as a News Intern at PEG Broadcasting, LLC and worked my way up to Assistant News Director and Weekend DJ. After graduating high school, I attended Roane State Community College and received my Associates Degree in English/Communications. I now attend Tennessee Tech University and after 4 years of dedication plan to get ahold of one of them there Bachelors Degrees!
I'll leave ya with a quote "Take advantage of every opportunity to practice your communication skills so that when important occasions arise, you will have the gift, the style, the sharpness, the clarity, and the emotions to affect other people."
Want to know more about Karli?
1. What's in your CD player or on your personal playlist right now?
I use Pandora radio, and my two favorite stations are Today's Country Radio and Nickelback Radio.
2. What's your favorite movie?
Wow, do I have to pick only one? Hmmmm, I suppose it would have to be Fox and the Hound.
3. What do you watch on T.V.?
Teen Wolf, Smallville re-runs, and Duck Dynasty of course!
4. Where are you most likely to be spotted around Cookeville?
You can catch me on a softball field or buying way too many dog treats and toys in Petco.
5. What are your top three favorite foods?
Sushi, anything oriental, and pizza.
6. You're going to the movies. What are you getting at the concession stand?
I might be one of those girls who carries an oversized purse stuffed to the brim into the theater and leaves with it empty, if you catch my drift.
7. Do you have pets?
I have one spoiled puppy dog whose name makes him sound tougher than he is, Boomer. (BSL sucks, by the way.)
8. What made you want to work in radio?
I grew up listening to the radio, and decided one day "Why not get paid to talk to myself in a padded room?"
9. What was your first job?
I worked at Big O Donuts in Crossville and couldn't stand the smell of donuts for a few years after I left. Sometimes too much of something is a very bad thing!
10. Can you picture yourself with a different career, if so - what?
If I could do anything, I'd love to be a dolphin trainer at Sea World.
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