Rich Kaye started his career in broadcasting in 1977. He was voted numerous times by local listeners as Ada's #1 DJ, and has been nominated six times for the small market "Personality of the Year," from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. He's worked in medium-sized radio markets like Wichita Falls, Texas, Tulsa and Lawton Oklahoma, and Fort Smith Arkansas. In Tulsa, Rich pulled #1 ratings doing middays for KVOO in the early 80s, and Kaye started mornings for KYKC in 1992.
He's also heavily involved in the support and promotion of rodeo, having been around rodeo all his life and a former bronc rider. Rich has been blessed and fortunate enough to work with some exceptional people in the industry, and having the privilege and honor of announcing the Semi Final Barrel Round leading up to RFD TVs "The American", The Patriot in Fort Worth, and the Better Barrel Races WORLD FINALS. He has also worked with extraordinary contractors like Hext Rodeo, Warren Rodeo, Ringold and Sons, J.C. Ward and Sons, Big L Rodeo Co., Wildhorse Rodeo, Barnes and Sons, Sweetwater Rodeo, Triple B Rodeo, Flying C, Paradise Bucking Bull Productions, Polk Rodeo Co., the Stockyards Championship Rodeo in Fort Worth, and is currently announcing with the Rockin R Rodeo Co. and Sumner Rodeo Co.