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Tulis Report gets 3 hours live at noon as NoogaRadio creates network

Tim Kochis, an engineer for many Chattanooga-area radio stations, has put in days and nights wiring the NoogaRadio Network stations at the new studio of NoogaRadio 96.9 FM. (Photo Mike Steel)

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., July 1, 2022 — NoogaRadio 96.9 FM moves into a new studio at Executive Business Park next to the Sam’s store on Lee Highway.

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 96.9 FM

The move coincides with the launch of the NoogaRadio Network that includes 99.5 FM in Collegedale, Ooltewah and Apison and 107.9 FM in North Georgia.

I have complained about being limited to two hours a weekday, so now my daily news and analysis show covering local economy and free markets goes noon to 3 p.m. weekdays, with the show repeated at 6 p.m. and in the deep dark of the night.

To play our network on your phone via the Web, use this link:

The Patriot Pastor show with Macil Duncan is 3-6 p.m. weekdays, and it also repeats evenings and overnight.

Mike Steel enjoys a gabfest with Bill Osborne, left, business development boss, and Tim Kochis, radio engineer, Thursday in Chattanooga. (Photo NoogaRadio)

Says Sab Cupelli, who goes by Mike Steel on the air,

Thank you, Tim Kochis, the most talented broadcast engineer in the country. Working tirelessly to get our new NoogaRadio Network state of the art studios up and running in just days. Tim has and continues to engineer at some of the biggest radio station in America. From New York City to Philadelphia, Los Angles, Chattanooga and every market in between, he makes radio magic. Tim is known throughout the industry for over 30 years for creating some of the best sounding radio stations in the country. One could not ask for a better friend or associate.

Dave Smith of Dave’s Shooting Supply in Red Bank, Tenn., pitches a snub-nosed .38 as an ideal gift for wife or girlfriend. Dave’s is one of the happy sponsors of Tulis Report on NoogaRadio 96.9 FM, getting results from his marketing investment with the radio station. (Photo David Tulis)

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