...Terry Duffie (born 1951) entered broadcasting long before he graduated from Jacksonville State University in 1973 - he became a Disc Jockey at WJHO in Opelika in 1964 at 14.Terry worked for Boman Broadcasting Co. as Broadcasting Consultant in 1973-1974 for WJBY-AM / WLJM-FM in Gadsden.He worked as a Broadcasting Consultant and Commercial Manager, 1974 -1976 for WJHO in Opelika In January of 1977 he took on the responsibilities of Management and Sales for WRES and in March of that same year began his career at WKMX-FM with "Doc" Miller in Enterprise, AL as Sales Manager.Six months after he started he was promoted to General Manager and after the first year to Executive Vice President and General Manager.He worked at WKMX-FM for over 27 years and was part owner for over 25 of those years. His early years in the business also included working for ABC Wide World of Sports.His
radio career spans 40 years of specialized consulting work.Terry's expertise is helping turn around under performing media properties.He
has managed and operated up to five stations simultaneously in his
has been working on legislation for incentives to produce television programs and films in Alabama.He is the President and CEO of Scenic Productions & Cable Network and founding member and Executive Director of Trinity Bank, Dothan AL.
Terry's leadership skills grew stronger in service to his
community.He has served on the Board of Directors for the Rotary Club, Enterprise YMCA and the Dothan Advertising Club.He served on the Governor's Advisory Board of Educational TV of Alabama (appointed by Gov.
Fob James), Alabama Heart Fund
, American & Alabama Heart Association and the United Way Fund Drive
.He has been honored with the Silver Beaver Award from the Alabama-Florida Council of Boy Scouts of America and served over 25 years as a Board Member to District Scout Council.
...Terry is a member of Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Dothan, AL.He
wife Sharon have three children, Ryanne, Skip and Tera.