WKAN Ag Programming
All times are approximate.
|5:30 am||Successful Farming|
|5:32 am||RFD Illinois Radio Program|
|6:30 am||AG News|
|6:32 am||AG Feature|
|7:50 am||AG Update|
|7:53 am||AG Weather|
|9:50 am||Commodity Price Trends|
|10:50 am||RFD Market Update|
|11:30 am||Late Morning Cash Grain Report|
|11:50 am||AG Weather|
|12:15 pm||AG News|
|12:29 pm||Midday Market Report|
|12:40 pm||AG News|
|1:15 pm||Ag News|
|1:28 pm||AG News||1:49 pm||RFD Update||4:50 pm||Closing Cash Grain Report||5:49 pm||Closing Market Prices||5:51 pm||RFD Update|
The WKAN Morning Show with Bill Yohnka & Allison BeasleyMonday - Friday
6:00 am - 9:00 am
The WKAN Morning Show with Bill Yohnka & Allison Beasley
Weekdays from 6 to 9 a.m.
Call the WKAN Morning Show at 815-935-1320
Bill Yohnka is on the move. Hosting the WKAN Morning Show is the latest extension of his commitment to
“I really feel like this is a great place to live,” says Yohnka, 33. “Part of what I do with the morning show is help people see what makes this such a good place to call home.”
A graduate of
Hosting a show on
In addition to his role at WKAN, Bill Yohnka is the Executive Director of the
Listening to Allison Beasley on WKAN, one would think that she has done radio for years. Although WKAN is her first professional radio gig, she got her bachelor’s degree from Eastern Illinois University in Speech Communications with emphasis in Radio and Television. Born and raised in Kankakee, Allison, when not on-air is Assistant Director at the Kankakee Public Library and also works with the Kankakee Chamber of Commerce.
If you think Allison’s busy life is more than enough to fill one’s social calendar, she is also happily married and a devoted mother of two very active boys. There are not too many better community advocates in this county than Allison. “I am so passionate about living and working in Kankakee. I love the people and the history of this town, but I also am excited for the good things that are going on and the direction that our community is going in. Kankakee is more than my address…for me, it’s a way of life,” Beasley says of her hometown. She also enjoys all things Jane Austen, black and white films, and when nothing else is happening she acts as the voiceover for her two dogs.
Tune in to listen to Allison on WKAN Talk AM 1320 weekdays from 6am to 8am and you are guaranteed to be both entertained and educated….well, mostly just entertained. Even if you don’t get her humor sometimes, her contagious laughter is sure to make you smile.