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Background Information

Employment History

Reporter

Newsradio WTAM 1100


Position In Skychief Traffic Anchor

WTAM


Assistant Promotions Director

WTAM


Position, Promotions

Big One


Web References(13 Total References)


www.970wfla.com

Airborne report from Newsradio WTAM 1100's Pat Butler (Hartsgrove Township) - Police are investigating a horrific traffic accident in a rural part of Ashtabula County. Seven-year-old Myron Miller was killed and three of his relatives were life-flighted to Cleveland after a van plowed into their buggy.Newsradio WTAM 1100 reporter Pat Butler flew over the scene, and says the buggy was practically destroyed.He could only see the wheels and an axle remaining. (Photo courtesy WKYC)Pat says members of the Amish community gathered at the scene to console each other.


www.cleveland.com

Pat Butler reports accident has all lanes of 77 N blocked.
Accident: 77 NB before Harvard has all lanes blocked, jammed from Grant Ave. - Pat Butler (@TrafficPat) February 5, 2014 WTAM's Pat Butler reporting two new accidents. One in Lake County and one on Brookpark Road in North Olmsted.


www.wtam.com [cached]

Pat Butler, Skychief Traffic Anchor patbutler@clearchannel.com Pat Butler has been doing Skychief Traffic on WTAM since January of 2005.For the last few years he worked behind the scenes in promotions for the Big One.Because he still loves to give stuff away, from time to time, you,ll catch him co-hosting The Contest Show as part of the station,s weekend line-up. A graduate of Holy Name High School and John Carroll University, Pat has always aimed for a career in radio.He hosted several college radio shows at JCU in the late 90,s that spanned formats from heavy metal to blues to talk.While finishing up his college courses, he landed his first real radio job in the promotions department at sister-station WGAR.While there, he also DJ,d part-time on the weekends, and without regard for his own safety, he would regularly assist the morning show with juvenile, yet humorous, stunts.Pat grew up in Parma, but now resides in North Royalton.When he,s not flying over the streets of Cleveland, or being belittled by Triv, he enjoys singing and playing guitar for the local rock band SIGNAL 30.He also plays racquetball as often as possible.


www.sunnews.com [cached]

"The quality of Dale's shows is better than most others," says Patrick Butler, 25, who has been on the Baker bandwagon for three years.By closing time at the Islander, Butler, who used to play in a band and is now the assistant promotions director at 1100 WTAM-AM, will have been called to the microphone two or three times.Not much return for his four-hour time investment, but well worth it, he says."I love being on stage."


www.gater.com

Airborne report from Newsradio WTAM 1100's Pat Butler (Hartsgrove Township) - Police are investigating a horrific traffic accident in a rural part of Ashtabula County. Seven-year-old Myron Miller was killed and three of his relatives were life-flighted to Cleveland after a van plowed into their buggy.Newsradio WTAM 1100 reporter Pat Butler flew over the scene, and says the buggy was practically destroyed.He could only see the wheels and an axle remaining. (Photo courtesy WKYC)Pat says members of the Amish community gathered at the scene to console each other.


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