Dan Mandis


Dan Mandis has been talking on the radio in one way or another for 30 years, and that continues at Super Talk 99-7 WTN. He was born in Southern California and fell in love with Talk Radio listening to it with his father in the car back in the 1970s!

Since falling in love at first listen, Dan has parlayed that into a career. Over the past 30 years, Dan has hosted shows on some of the biggest talk stations in the country, including WMAL in Washington DC, KGO and KSFO in San Fransisco, WBAP in Dallas and KOA in Denver to name just a few.

Dan has interviewed some of the most interesting people in America, from rock stars to politicians and he says it’s his favorite part of the job.

He has also worked as an award winning Journalist, Network Producer with Dr Laura Schlessinger and he is also WTN’s Program Director.

Dan enjoys living and working in Nashville, and among all the places he’s been…Middle Tennessee ranks as one of his favorites!

Hear Dan weekdays 12-3p on Super Talk 99.7 WTN

 Email Dan at Dan.Mandis@cumulus.com.

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