KMBL's Staff

For a station to run smoothly, it takes the dedication of people who not only love radio, but have a love for the community they live in. Here is the staff

Chuck Fitts

Hill Country Mornings
6AM till 10AM

Chuck has been working toward a position in small town radio his life. It began by growing up in the small town of Eldorado, Texas. In high school, he developed his love for sports by participated in all high school sports including football. He learned to challenge his mind along with his body by participating in UIL academic events. He went to regional in the UIL event News Writing. Like most small town graduates, he went to the big city chasing his dreams, but there was always something missing.
A radio friend offered Chuck a job in a small town radio station in Ballinger. In Ballinger, Chuck used his love of country and Texas music along with his many other skills to bring about some really good years for him and this small town station. After several years, the opportunity to join the Revolution Broadcast Corporation of the West presented itself. He could not pass up the opportunity to work in Junction, Texas.
With his news writing skills, love of sports and academics, knowledge of music, and most importantly, love of the small town life, Chuck is ready to make these his best years.

Marla grew up in small town Texas with old fashioned country values. Her fascination with the Renaissance period of Europe influenced her decision to move and live in Germany for almost two years after graduating from high school. When she returned to the states, her adventurous and mildly nomadic nature led to her living in several different places. A chance encounter rekindled a childhood infatuation leading to her marrying Chuck Fitts.  This brought her full circle back to her country roots.
This is Marla's first time on-air in radio is excited by the concept of being a "personality", not to mention she really enjoys talking to herself.
Catch all the fun during "More Fitts till 2 O'clock" each weekday from 10am til 2pm.

Marla Fitts
Marla Fitts

More Fitts Til Two
10AM till 2PM

Seth Belew

Afternoon's with Seth
2PM till 6PM

Seth Belew was born in Houston, but grew up right here in the Texas Hill Country. He graduated from Kerrville's Grace Christian School in 2005, and while attending college he met his wife Brandy.
Having always been around radio since day one, Seth inevitably ended up there himself. Starting off running the boards for football games, then to station remotes, he finally moved up to being on air.
In the early mornings, you might catch Seth alongside his father for "The Harley Show", on 94.3 REV-FM (one of Revolution Broadcasting's many stations). In the afternoons, he hosts the "Afternoon Show" for KMBL 1450 AM and KOOK 93.5FM. From 2PM to 6PM, Seth brings you interesting topics, plus the Comedy Clip, local events, the Junction Eagle Sports Report, celebrity birthdays, Secrets of the Universe, Today in Your Country Music History, Your Moron Madness, Dr. Doppler's Weather Wrap, and of course hours of Real Hit Country!

Cary was born to be a weatherman!! Born in Kingsville, Texas shortly after Hurricane Beulah hit the South Texas coast spawning over 100 tornadoes.
All in all, he's seen Texas Weather from nearly every corner of the state from Kingsville, El Paso, Kempner, Fredericksburg, Harlingen, Lexington, Lubbock, San Angelo and Kerrville.
After graduating from high school, he spent one year at Angelo State University in San Angelo. From there, he transferred to Texas Tech University in Lubbock in 1987 and eventually pursued weather through Mississippi State University where he completed the Broadcast Meteorology Program in 1997. He is a certified Broadcast Meteorologist with a rich understanding, appreciation and respect for Texas weather.
He perform weather duties for KMBL 1450AM and our sister station, KOOK 93.5FM, along with the stations of KRVL-FM, KERV-AM, KHOS-FM and KYXX-FM which covers 250 miles of Interstate 10 from San Antonio to the Pecos River including Kerrville, Boerne, Fredericksburg, Junction, Sonora, Ozona and Eldorado. He also write daily a weather columns for the Kerrville newspaper.

Cary Burgess


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