Chelle Fontaine

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Program Director / On-Air Personality

chelle@greatesthits106.com

From the stage to the air waves, Chelle Fontaine is vibrant personality with years of public speaking, improvisational, and theatrical experience. Her training began at a very young age in the performing arts, making her a strong triple-threat performer. Chelle has a BA in Mass Communications from the University of South Florida, and is a graduate of the Connecticut School of Broadcasting. Her professional career began with a ten-year run in the theatre, followed by a two-year shift of teaching middle school, and then finally settling into her current profession, and love, radio. Chelle is passionate about oldies music, and especially enjoys interacting with advertisers and listeners alike during remote broadcasts. Presently, she’s an integral part of the Hits 106 morning show, and involved in production, as well as the programming aspects of the station. Chelle is dedicated to the art of radio broadcasting, and is thrilled to be a part of Hits 106.

 

 


3 Comments

  1. Mason Swearingen

    Hi Chelle,
    This is Mason from the Chicago tribute band Beginnings. I’m looking forward to speaking with you tomorrow.

    Jessica from PHSC told me I should call in about 11:00AM Tuesday morning.

    Thank you for having me.

    Mason

  2. Dan Anderson

    Chelle, we listen to you every day and are just in love with you and your great talent. Your past experience and interests prove how GREAT & Dynamic you are. You have an incredible voice and it don’t hurt being a Total Doll as well 🙂 Thank you so much for your contribution to our lives.
    Love, Success, and Happiness to you.

    Spring Hill Fan

  3. Jaxon Riley

    John Kelly: tremendous, major league, incomparable, first-class, masterly, and mad as a hatter.


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