Windle Jayroe has had a long career in Montgomery Radio. Starting in the fall of 1977 at WPXC Radio, then WHHY AM & FM, WBAM AM & FM, WLWI, WXFX and WQKS. He was Program Director at WACQ FM & AM. He also has worked for WAKA TV where he did performed many tasks from Camera operator, Floor Director, Master Control Operator, Video Editing, Audio Mixer and Graphic's creator & operator. He worked for WCOV in production and promotion. A 37 veteran of Television and Radio he has been involved in many aspects of the broadcasting business. Working on everything from the Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon to Election Coverage, Newscasts, Radio morning, midday, afternoon and evening radio programs in 6 different formats. He as done Television & Radio production, both local and national. Currently he hosts the morning show for Bluewater Broadcasting's 107.1 The Vault and Afternoons on WQKS Q96.1FM. He also runs his own broadcast company EverythingRiverRegion.com. He also programs his on online radio station "Skipper's Island which has listeners in 35 countries around the world and here in the River Region of Alabama.
William T. House (Tommy) has been involved in the arts and entertainment business in and around the Montgomery AL area since the late 80’s. Tommy has a love of entertainment and production that go back into his grade school days working sound for the drama department for the local playhouseTheatre 98 in Fairhope, Alabama. Later on in his working life, he worked as a stagehand for event lighting and special effects company BLP Enterprises. Tommy has worked in many venues in around Montgomery such as MPAC, The Davis Theatre and Garrett coliseum to name a few. Many of these were performances for National Touring Acts and Off-Broadway Acts that many were complex large productions. Starting in the fall of 1989 and spanning 14 years, Tommy worked for Carmike Cinemas, Inc. and quickly moved up the ladder managing theaters and other managers and operations around the area. For 12 years he was the voice on all of the Montgomery Area Movie phone lines and a few others around the southeast. Tommy has always been involved with the arts. As a Trumpet player he won best in class soloist and has accumulated a collection of superior awards for instrumental music around the state. After graduating high school Tommy went to Troy State University to study broadcasting and music and is a proud alumnus of the Sound of the South Marching band and professional mens music fraternity Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. After college, he worked for the independently owned Continental Cinemas, Inc. of Troy Alabama during their expansion and growth. In 2002, he went to work with his families furniture mail-order business, House Furniture, Inc. where he worked sales, marketing and website development. His work became popular and rewarding to the business and other companies asked if he would develop an online presence for them as well. So he formed Tommy House Studios and Web Design which provides website design and hosting services to clients world wide. In 2007, he started RadioBASH.com as internet radio host stream provider to broadcasters world-wide. In 2008, Tommy became the Television Technical Director for the Montgomery Biscuits and today his multi-camera productions are viewed on Minor League Baseball. He is a member of the Montgomery Area Musicians Association (MAMA) a non-profit organization of like-minded community member that support the cause of music.
New Media Streaming
Today, growing on the experience in broadcasting and the arts Windle Jayroe and Tommy House have assembled forces and built an experienced team of broadcast professionals with the the creation of New Media Streaming. We are geared up to serve. The core of our business lies in providing live event production services: producing, directing, and supplying crews for concerts, corporate programs, higher education, sports, independent producers, content creators and so forth. We own and operate several “FlyPacks”—mobile, multi-camera video production equipment packages that can be transported and set up at any venue in just a couple of hours. We own and operate several single-camera field production packages as well, and we have fully featured Adobe Premier Pro nonlinear editing systems and graphics libraries.