Legendary DC Radio/Media Personality Mike Burke is originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, started his radio career while still in high school. A local station, WIRK, put Mike to work on their “High School News” segment as a reporter. After graduation, it was off to Howard University to study Broadcast Management. Mike worked at the student-run campus station WHBC initially as an announcer, then as program director. Burke enjoyed a successful 34-year career in Washington radio working for United Broadcasting Co, Radio Broadcast Communications, Inc., Radio One, Metro Networks and Bonneville International. Recently, a freelance air personality with Howard University’s WHUR and Hubbard Broadcasting’s WTOP, Mike worked in Newsroom Technical Operations and Traffic & Transit Dept. as a Traffic Anchor & Reporter.

 


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