50 years of radio and she is still rocking!  Nancy’s career began in Chicago at WSDM, the station “with the girls and all that jazz”.  Her dream was to be a disc jockey in Los Angeles and it didn’t happen overnight but it happened!


Nancy’s career is detailed in her book “DO NOT AIR! Radio Stories and Other Stuff which will be available to order on this website.


For over 30 years Nancy entertained listeners up and down the dial on various radio stations not only in Los Angeles but worldwide on the Westwood One Radio Network.  Her love of flying made her a natural for the job of airborne reporter for KFWB News 98 in L.A. and she delivered news reports on everything from brushfires, car chases and traffic tie-ups for which she won the Golden Mic award from the Southern California Radio and Television News Association in 2000.

In 2004 Nancy left Los Angeles for Atlanta to care for her elderly mother and she kept Atlantans out of jams as a traffic reporter on WSB radio.

Retirement has never been in her vocabulary and nothing is slowing her down.  It’s definitely a more relaxed lifestyle in Kentucky where her many relatives reside and where Nancy is still entertaining listeners on Passport Radio, a vintage music station in Frankfort.  It streams worldwide so anyone can catch her daily show from 3 to 6 eastern time. (www.mypassportradio.com)  Besides working on her next book, Nancy is also working with a biotech company promoting their health products.   


“The parade only moves in a forward direction”

is Nancy Plum’s motto!