Dave Marsett

marsett Dave MarsettDave’s not new to radio news! He started in 1967 at Adrian College. He was one of the first announcers at his college station.

From there he joined the staff of WABJ in Adrian, Michigan as the News/Farm Director and he’s been broadcasting news ever since.

Dave has not always been in radio; he did work as a TV-reporter for two sister stations in Buffalo, NY and Columbus, Ohio.

Most of his career he has been a morning anchor and a news director. In addition to stations Columbus and Buffalo, he’s also worked in Arizona, Missouri and Chicago, including 10 years for ABC-Satellite Music Network.

He and Marcia have been married since 1969. They have three grown children and five grand children. They both love church and vacations (especially cruises). To contact Dave, send email to dmarsett@yahoo.com.

2007 File Photo Shows Stages Of A Total Lunar Eclipse. (AP Photo)

Sky Rarity: Total Lunar Eclipse

On the longest night of the year, Monday night into Tuesday, there will be full lunar eclipse at 1:40 a.m.

WBBM Newsradio–12/20/2010

Incense (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Caesars Palace)

New Danger Drug: K2

Parents are warned about the new drug known as K2, spice or train wreck. It’s most commonly found in smoking form.

12/16/2010

Orland Park released this photo of L.A. Tan gunman Gary Amaya. (Orland Park Police Dept.)

Gun At Foiled L.A. Tan Robbery Linked To ‘Honeybee’ Shootings

Investigators want to determine if the robber killed in a tanning salon holdup was the same man who killed one person and wounded two others in Will County and northwest Indiana two months ago.

WBBM Newsradio–12/13/2010

Photo Of Halal Food Being Served At Bradley University. (Bradley Univ. Photo)

Bradley University Offers Halal Food Service

Now, Muslim students at Bradley in Peoria can eat food prepared according to religious guidelines.

CBS Chicago–11/22/2010

U.S. Rep. Danny Davis (D-Illinois)

Black Leaders Pick Davis As ‘Consensus Candidate’

A coalition of African-American elected officials, pastors, business leaders and others have chosen U.S. Rep. Danny Davis as their so-called “consensus candidate” for mayor, after more than two months of discussions.

CBS Chicago–11/06/2010

Stock Photo (David Westing/ Getty Images)

‘Show-Me’s’ Opponents Sound Off On Liquor License

Some in suburb are not wild about the crowd they think will be attracted by Show-Me’s, a restaurant chain were the young women servers wear short shorts.

CBS Chicago–11/05/2010

(Credit: CBS)

Indiana U. Asian Students Robbed In Racially-Charged Attack

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) – Indiana University police say a group of African-Americans used racial slurs before attacking and robbing a group of Asian students. LISTEN: Newsradio 780’s Dave Marsett Reports Police say the attack happened […]

11/01/2010

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