General Manager Ray Rintamaki — has been in the “radio business” for 41 years, 26 of them right here in Fremont County. He says he wouldn’t have it any other way. His love for radio goes all the way back to when he was a child and continues unabated today. Close friends know he has a passion for the outdoors, specifically walleye fishing.
“Nary a week goes by,” he says, that he isn’t “plying the waters of Boysen in search of the elusive ‘eye.”
He also enjoys bringing the outdoors to the internet with his website at www.wyomingoutdoorsradio.com.
Advertising Manager Jim McGilvray — holds an AAS in Media Production from Central Wyoming College in Riverton, graduating in 2005.
Along with guiding the advertising staff, he develops marketing strategies and handles production work for both KVOW/KTAK.
He moved to Riverton in 2001 with his family. He enjoys listening to music, exploring the digital arts and having what he calls “warm weather fun.”
Advertising Consultant Darla Mason — has been an advertising consultant for KVOW/KTAK for the past two years now, coming into the broadcasting arena after 25 years in the hospitality hotel industry in California.
She’s no stranger to the area, though. She’s a Riverton High School graduate of the class of 1981 and played Rustler Volleyball. She went on to graduate two years later from Central Wyoming College in Riverton, then earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from Chadron State College in Nebraska.
In 2003, she married Scott Mason of San Francisco. The couple has two children, 19-year-old Leah and 5-year-old Bryce. They moved to Riverton in 2006.
She says she loves her job and customers and enjoys all outdoors activities.
Office Manager Rebecca Pitt — started her broadcasting career at KVOW/KTAK in January of 2009 after graduating two years earlier with a degree in broadcasting from Central Wyoming College in Riverton. She moved to the area from Ohio in 2005 to become a student at the college.
As office manager, she’s what might be called the cog in the wheel of the station because she handles the radio trafficking, billings, accounts payables & receivables and payroll.
Sports Director Chuck Sebastian – is busy covering all sports up to the national level, with emphasis on local, regional and state.
He’s also the DJ on Wyoming’s Big Country 93.9 FM weekdays from 6 in the morning until 9.