Tony Conley: Keeping Lansing Informed

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An early morning wake up is no big deal for Tony Conley, host of the WILS, news–talk radio show titled “The Tony Conley Morning Show.” “My show focuses on the news that affects Ingham, Eaton and Clinton Counties as well as world, national and statewide stories that affect the people in the Lansing Area,” said Conley. For over four years, Conley has taken great pride in presenting all sides of every story and allowing his audience to express their thoughts on the radio. Working as a nightclub DJ, Conley has lived and traveled all across the world playing music. Originally raised in Mount Clemens, Conley now resides in Williamston with his wife Julie and two sons. Conley said, “Hard work, education, faith and sports make up the people of Williamston. We call it Billtown Pride.” When he isn’t working, Conley enjoys attending Michigan State University sporting events with his family and traveling. Alongside some of his best friends, Conley also serves as a coach for both of his sons’ sports teams, which he has been doing for the past eight years. Conley said, “Everybody has a story that affects other people. My job is to put a spotlight on these people and their stories.” Catch Conley every Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. live on 1320 WILS or online at 1320wils.com.
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Danielle OBrien

A senior at Michigan State University pursuing a career in communications and public relations, Danielle enjoys cooking, traveling and all Middle Eastern food.