2018 Founders and Directors Award Recipients

Top rated Saturday morning radio hosts

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O'Neill Williams ( l )

O’Neill Williams was born near Atlanta. He went to Emory majoring in economics. Upon graduating he had a brief career in the food industry. He discovered telling stories about hunting and fishing was more interesting than talking about hot dogs, so he embarked on a career hosting a 15-minute interview program on local Atlanta cable. The program airs now on   NBC Sports, Destination America, FOX SportSouth, and Fox Sun Sports networks. In 1991 he began hosting “O’Neill Outside” on WSB and is syndicated on 180 stations in the United States.


 Walter Reeves (r)

Walter Reeves grew up in Fayette County on a family farm. He and his siblings worked in the family garden. Vowing to never work on a farm again, he headed to college. His radio career began at V-103 in 1980 and moved to WGST in 1984. In 1994, he became the host of the Lawn and Garden show on WSB. He celebrated 24 years at WSB n January of 2018.  Reeves is the most respected garden guru in the Southeast and has authored  nine books, writes a weekly column for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and distributes a bi-weekly email garden newsletter.

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