Commander Chuck Comes Out of Retirement
RADIO ONLINE | Monday, Augest 22, 2016 | 7:00pm CT
Commander Chuck Johnson has come out of retirement after four years of being off the air as a traffic reporter. He's now doing the morning & afternoon traffic reports on Nashville traffic network, "On The Traffic." Some 22 radio stations now carry the traffic reports once again. Johnson once owned the traffic network back in 2012 and has purchased it back. Not only does he air on the network, Johnson is also its CEO.
Commander Chuck Johnson Adds Seven Knoxville Stations
Commander Chuck Johnson has benn picked up by seven Knoxville radio stations, now making him the most heard major-market traffic reporter in the State of TENNESSEE. Chuck is already heard 26 radio stations carrying his traffic reports in NASHVILLE/MIDDLE TENNESSEE.
"I's so excited to be working with the best group of guys and gals at SCRIPPS RADIO/KNOXVILLE,"JOHNSON said. "CHRIS PROTZMAN, RICH BAILEY, FRANK MURPHY, MARK & KIM and KEVIN KING" KEVIN gave me my start in NASHVILLE back in 2007 and I'm really excited about working with him again. It's been exactly 20 years since I've been on the radio in KNOXVILLE. It's been exactly 20 years since I've been on the radio in KNOXVILLE. It's like coming home!
On Time Traffic reaches hundreds of thousands of Nashville drivers weekly.
We help provide critical information to you during those high traffic times so that you can make the necessary changes in your trip to work or home. Traffic reports can be heard on several of the top radio stations in and around Nashville. Traffic reports are broadcast during peak drive traffic times. Our Traffic programming is “appointment listening” – listeners seek it out on the radio dial. There’s no clutter to compete with – listeners want the information we’re providing, and messages are embedded right in the report.