Megan Bishop

Megan Bishop began her radio career in 1976 at Western Illinois University where she got the wrong counselor and ended up at the college radio station. It was a mistake that would lead to a dynamic career as a news broadcaster.

It was at that college station where she learned news reporting and became a city hall reporter. During a summer internship in 1979 at WLUP in Chicago, Megan found herself in the middle of Comiskey Park for the Disco Demolition.

Upon graduation Megan moved to Texas where she landed what she refers to as her first real gig… a traffic reporter for Traffic Central in Houston. This would lead to Austin as a news reporter at KOKE-FM and where she would remain for the next 10 years. During those years, she interviewed four U.S. Presidents and one serial killer.

In 1987, Megan moved to San Antonio as news anchor at start-up news station, KRNN. From there she moved to Magic 105, KSMG, where she was news anchor and joined the popular Morning Zoo Crew for 12 years. Next stop was Y100, KCYY, where she was the mid-day air personality and continued working in news for nine years.

When an opportunity arose at WOAI in 2008, Megan was on board and spent the next 10 years reporting news and traffic, voicing commercials and filling in on the morning show as needed.

Megan retired from radio broadcasting in 2020.