Bob Hague, Bureau Chief – Bob is a native of St. Paul who grew up listening to WCCO (“The Good Neighbor”) in the Twin Cities, and enjoying personalities like Roger Erickson, Charlie Boone and especially Steve Cannon. Bob strives for that same “connection” with listeners in his news reporting. After graduating from the College of St. Thomas with a degree in History, Bob completed the broadcast program at Brown Institute in Minneapolis, and knew right away that radio news was what he really wanted to do. Bob has spent the majority of his broadcast career in Wisconsin, with stops in Hayward, Marshfield and Rice Lake. He and his family live in Madison and enjoy everything the city has to offer, especially the parks and the Arboretum. Bob is also an avid cyclist and commutes by bike. email@example.com
Bill Scott grew up listening to and watching Wisconsin sports. Born and raised in Wild Rose, Wisconsin, Bill started his radio career in nearby Waupaca, covered news and sports for WDUX before moving on to Green Bay in 1990. While in Green Bay, Bill became the new sports director of the Wisconsin Radio Network, where he’s currently in his 15th year. In June of 2005, Bill moved to Appleton where he also does morning drive sports and play-by-play for WHBY. In addition to his network and local radio chores, Bill does does play-by-play for the WIAA state high school basketball championships, as well as pre-game coverage on the Green Bay Packers Radio Network. firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry Bell joined the Wisconsin Radio Network in July of 2016. His primary responsibilities are anchoring newscasts for WRN affiliates WISN in Milwaukee and WIBA in Madison. He also files reports for the network. A native of Wisconsin’s driftless region, Terry graduated from UW-La Crosse, and has worked at radio and television stations in La Crosse, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, and Madison. Terry’s work has been recognized with several awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Associated Press, the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, and the Northwest Broadcast News Association. In addition to reporting, Terry is an instructor at Madison College and a visiting lecturer at Beloit College.