Stan Lee   Biography

I started in December of 1982 at WFIT-FM 89.5 in Melbourne . Actually I was recruited. They needed an announcer for a live Blue Grass show that was being performed in the studio (band and all). They were looking for someone to thank all the people involved with the broadcast. I was standing around so they asked me to do it. Soon I was doing 3am-6am on the station. In 1983 I enrolled at UCF in Orlando and began working at WUCF-FM 89.9. I had dreams of a radio career in sports. It was at WUCF where I met and worked with some wonderfully creative people. John Martin, News Director. J.C. Meyerholz, Sports Director. Erica Engstrom, Kriss Klaus, Cathy Weeden, Dan Russo and too many others to name. Over the next three years I held various student positions at WUCF. Sports Director, Assistant News Director, News Director. I also interned at WMMA-AM 990 "Magic 99" in Orlando . I left WUCF after graduation with a degree in Psychology. In 1986 I went to WUEZ-AM 1400 in Sanford, for 10 horrible months as News Director. The station was used as a tax write off for a used car dealership in Reading, Pennsylvania.  It was at WUEZ where I met Program Director Al Burke. In February 1987 he took several members of the WUEZ staff with him to WMMY-FM 102.3 in Melbourne to start "Y102". I started out as morning news anchor for "Y102" and its sister station WMMB-AM 1240. I soon realized news was not for me and teamed up with "Y102" morning man Joe Scott who was hired from WMEL-AM 920 in Melbourne. Mark Haney soon joined us and the rest is history. We soon moved on to WRXK-FM in Fort Myers . For the past 16 years Fort Myers has been my home. Five years in the morning with Joe and Haney. 10 years in the afternoon as the Stan and Haney Show and Last year returning to mornings with my partner Mark Haney. In 2006 we were named one of the Top 100 morning shows in the country by the goods report a division of talent hunters. In 2007 I celebrated my 25th year in broadcasting.

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