Hoover Recognized by Kentucky Broadcasters for Service to Commonwealth and Broadcasters

Pictured, left to right:  Roth Stratton of Bardstown, Barry Williams of Bowling Green, Amy Stroud of Somerset, Hoover, Julie Schmidt of KET and Chairperson of the Kentucky Broadcasters Association Board of Directors, Vickie Newberry of Glasgow, Chris Winkle of Cynthiana, and Mike Tarter of Somerset

Outgoing State Representative Jeff Hoover of Jamestown was recognized Friday by members of the Kentucky Broadcasters Association.   Hoover was visited in his Jamestown office by broadcasters from across Kentucky who thanked Hoover for his years of service to the Commonwealth as a whole and specifically his work on behalf of the state’s broadcasters.   Hoover was presented a plaque by Julie Schmidt, Chairperson of the KBA Board of Directors, and who works for KET.   Schmidt acknowledged Hoover as the longest serving Republican leader in the General Assembly in the state’s history and the first Republican Speaker of the House in a century.

Hoover is currently the owner of Lake Cumberland Broadcasters, LLC which owns and operates Laker Country 1049 WJRS and 106.5 JACK fm.