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Connie Swinney

News Producer

KBEY 103.9FM

HQ Phone:  (830) 693-7152

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KBEY 103.9FM

1007 Ave. K

Marble Falls, Texas,78654

United States

Background Information

Employment History

News Director

Marble Falls High School


Television Reporter

KXAN


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News ‹ KBEY FM 103.9 – Texas Best Country

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Connie Swinney
Reporter Connie Swinney got her start in journalism at a young age. She boldly applied for a position as an on-air disc jockey at a Big Spring radio station when she was just 17 and still in high school. And, she got the job! She is now the news producer for KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune and a staff writer for The Picayune and DailyTrib.com, covering the Highland Lakes. Her road to reporting wound through radio, print and even TV journalism in West Texas and the Hill Country, culminating in a perfect skills match for Victory Publishing's many endeavors in Marble Falls. Swinney grew up in Big Spring, where she graduated from high school and worked as a DJ and a news reporter for the local station. "I answered an ad and got the job," she says with her signature confidence.


kbeyfm.com

Connie Swinney
Reporter Connie Swinney got her start in journalism at a young age. She boldly applied for a position as an on-air disc jockey at a Big Spring radio station when she was just 17 and still in high school. And, she got the job! She is now the news producer for KBEY 103.9 FM Radio Picayune and a staff writer for The Picayune and DailyTrib.com, covering the Highland Lakes. Her road to reporting wound through radio, print and even TV journalism in West Texas and the Hill Country, culminating in a perfect skill match for Victory Publishing's many endeavors in Marble Falls. Swinney grew up in Big Spring, where she graduated from high school and worked as a DJ and news reporter for the local station. "I answered an ad and got the job," she says with her signature confidence.


Landmark former MFISD building demolished for potential development - Top Of The Hill Country

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To prepare the property for a potential buyer, crews used heavy equipment July 24 to demolish a 30-year-old, 21,000 square-foot building at 301 RR 1431 East in Marble Falls. Staff photo by Connie Swinney
To prepare the property for a potential buyer, crews used heavy equipment July 24 to demolish a 30-year-old, 21,000 square-foot building at 301 RR 1431 East in Marble Falls. Staff photos by Connie Swinney An original Marble Falls school district building - being demolished July 24 at the intersection of RR 1431 and Mustang Drive - through the years has been auto body shops and a salvage yard. The owners are clearing the lot to coax a potential buyer for development. Staff photo by Connie Swinney An original Marble Falls school district building - being demolished July 24 at the intersection of RR 1431 and Mustang Drive - through the years has been auto body shops and a salvage yard. Crews cleared debris during the demolition of a building July 24 at the intersection of RR 1431 and Mustang Drive. Staff photo by Connie Swinney


DJs and Contributors ‹ KBEY FM 103.9 – Texas Best Country

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Connie Swinney
News director News director Connie Swinney also reports for The Picayune and DailyTrib.com covering the Highland Lakes. Her road to journalism wound through radio, print and even TV in West Texas and the Hill Country, culminating in a perfect skill match for Victory Publishing's many endeavors in Marble Falls. Swinney grew up in Big Spring, where she worked as a DJ and a news reporter for the local station while she was in high school. She graduated from Texas Tech University in Lubbock with a bachelor's degree in journalism, specializing in broadcasting. She and her family have been in the Highland Lakes since 1998. She covered nine counties in the Hill Country as a TV reporter for KXAN-NBC before going to work for The Picayune.


Victory Publishing ‹ KBEY FM 103.9 – Texas Best Country

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Along with radio personalities Ed Chandler and Kay Baker, the KBEY team includes news director Connie Swinney, sports reporter Jennifer Fierro and traffic manager/sports reporter Ben Shields.


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