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News Talk

The Todd and Don Show: Todd Jeffries and Don Pryor
Weekdays 5:30A – 10A

Radio Veteran Todd Jeffries got his first radio job in 1985 and has never looked back. Todd is the recipient of numerous Katie awards from the Dallas Press club as well as awards from Texas Associated

Press Broadcasters and the Texas Medical Association. Todd and his wife Sarah along with their 2 children Macy and Gage make their home in Cedar Park.

Don Pryor is a life-long Austinite and son of legendary broadcaster Cactus Pryor. Don has been with KLBJ since 2002, and in addition to his radio career, Don is in demand around the country performing his comedy routine, the “World’s Worst Waiter.” He is also frequently an MC for corporate and association events. Don has spent over 25 years as a professional musician and stays busy playing live music and recording with various local bands on the rich Austin music scene.

Todd and Don’s unique chemistry and quick wit combined with their ability to find the silly in the serious results in a fun, informative, entertaining, fast paced and often LOUD show heard weekdays on News Radio KLBJ at 6am and 10am!

Mark and Melynda
Weekdays 10A – 11A and 2P – 4P
Mark Mark has held many roles at Newsradio KLBJ over the last 30 years, and is currently the Program Director, the co-host of Austin’s Morning News with Patrick Osborn, and the morning drive news anchor. When he is not working at KLBJ, Mark enjoys family time with his wife Carol and their 2 children, Catherine and Mark Jr. Mark and Carol are part of the leadership team for Mark Jr.’s Boy Scouts troop and belong to Austin Baptist Church. Melynda At the helm of the traffic center on Newsradio KLBJ, Melynda has been helping Austinites get to work and navigate their way home for the past 10 years. She graduated with a degree in Radio/Television/Film from Sam Houston State University, and has spent 20 years working in the radio industry in a variety of roles, formats, and cities. Outside of work Melynda loves staying active, getting her adrenaline pumping, and teaching dance to young children.