The Point of View
“It’s what REAL MEN…REALLY talk about!”
Quiet Storm Radio Veterans Jerry D Fenner and Stacy D, along with Sterling Stevenson would like to welcome you to a unique program about what REAL MEN…REALLY talk about! Along with the smoothest music of any evening show, it’s everything women think Men don’t talk about. While targeting our core demographics of women 25-44, our podcast, Facebook and online station, “kybnradio.com,” we have consistently shown a steady audience of 25-54 with 68% women.
Affectionately named “Three the Hard Way,” the men of The Point of View, are ready to take this program to a level never reached by any other Quiet Storm based, evening program. Imagine five nights a week of headache free, quality programming featuring mature and experienced radio veterans…not to mention three of the smoothest voices in the industry.
Now…meet the men of The Point of View!
With a career spanning more than 28 years,
Jerry D. Fenner has certainly gained a world of experience. This experience has led to six South East Regional Audio Production and Voiceover Awards and Two Special Program of The Year awards. As a radio personality at various radio stations, he hosted, developed and produced a variety of shows and programs. And as a former voice talent for B.E.T. (Black Entertainment Television), he played host to three daily video programs as well as produce voiceovers, covering over 40 million households nationwide.
During his career, Jerry D is grateful to have lived just about everywhere on the East Coast. He has worked from WOIC AM in Columbia, SC and WZFX in Fayetteville, NC to WKYS in our Nation’s capital and WWRL in New York. While at WWRL, he took control of the 6 to 10pm “RHYTHM & ROMANCE,” evening show. In 1997, he was chosen as the V.O.G. for NAMIC’s (National Association of Minorities in Communications, NY) 6th Annual Holiday Benefit Gala, honoring the charitable work of Muhammad Ali.
For the last five years he has served as Production/Image Director for WCFB-STAR 94.5fm in Orlando, Fl, and the V.O.G. for the South East Regional Emmy’s. His voiceover/audio production company FENNERTAINMENT, LLC, currently produces the Quiet Storm based show “THE POINT OF VIEW,” heard every Saturday mornings at 3am Pacific Time on KSON-Studio One
Orlando Fl born, Crown Heights Brooklyn raised listening to legends like Frankie Crocker on WBLS, “The Dixie Drifter” and Hank Spann on WWRL.
Stacy D is a 25 year Broadcast Industry Veteran and an Air Force Veteran as well. After leaving the Air Force and deciding to brave civilian life again Stacy landed his first Radio position at a Sheridan Broadcasting station, WMIE (Cocoa Fl) in 1985. This just happens to be where he was first bitten by the “Radio Bug” and have been infected every since.
Throughout Stacy D’s journey, he feels blessed to have worked with some great people at stations like 1600 AM/ WOKB “Tiger Radio,” STAR 94.5/ WCFB Orlando Fl, V103/WVAZ 93.9/WLIT Chicago IL and recently at Kiss104.1/WALR Atlanta Ga., as Host of Slow Jams from 7pm – 12mid.
Orlando, Florida native
Sterling Stevenson brings youthful flavor with the mature adult’s appeal to “The Point of View.” A product of Florida A&M University’s School of Journalism, Sterling has a tremendous passion for motivational quotations and meaningful clichés that he often shares with his listeners.
With humble beginnings in the radio industry as a part-time promotions assistant, his talent was quickly recognized by veteran on-air personalities. This recognition catapulted Sterling onto the professional voice work scene. He has done a multiplicity of commercials both locally and nationally. His voice has been used in video games, as well; most recently, as a trash talking football player in EA Sports’ John Madden 2010 and 2011. Sterling remains very active in the Central Florida entertainment circle by hosting numerous plays and live jazz venues.
Sterling’s mellow tone and genuine personality compliment “The Point of View’s” laid back conversational format. He is a young man who is wise beyond his years, but still knows how to relate to the multitudes in his own way.
The Point of View Show