Tony Duesing

Tony Duesing, a 3-decade radio veteran, started working Wichita radio in 1983 just a few months after leaving high school. Since then, Duesing studied broadcast journalism at Wichita State University, winning numerous state awards for excellence. From 1983 to 1992, Duesing was very much involved in music-formatted radio, from Country, Oldies, and Top 40 formats. In 1992, Duesing was promoted to Program Director of talk radio station KFH, and later sports radio station KQAM along with news radio station KNSS. Today, Duesing is the Program Director of KNSS AM and FM, also Sports Radio KFH AM and FM. In 2006, Entercom Broadcasting recognized Duesing as one of the top Entercom Program Directors in the country. In 2007, he was also awarded an Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association.