Alan Lytle

News Director

Bitten by the radio bug as a teenager, Alan Lytle got his start start more than 30 years ago volunteering in Clermont County, Ohio for WOBO-FM. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree  in Broadcasting from the University of Cincinnati and worked at a variety of radio stations in the Cincinnati market, then made the move to Lexington in the mid-1990s.

Lytle has served as WUKY News Director since 2002 and been the recipient of numerous Associated Press, CASE, and Communicator awards. When not covering news, Lytle enjoys cheering on the Wildcats (and Bearcats) and hanging out with his pet beagle, Howie. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in U.S. History from the University of Kentucky.

Ways To Connect

This week we discuss tax modernization, an important legal case, Code For America, and finish the segment up with, what else, a cold one.

University of Kentucky music theory professor Kevin Holm-Hudson discusses the continuing influence of the Fab Four in America 50 years on.

The city will benefit this year from the expertise of three technological Fellows from Code for America, a so-called Peace Corps for Geeks.

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The Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism is highlighting a number of attractions Central Kentuckians can visit as part of Black History Month.

Lexmark, Fat Tire, And Bourbon Tours On BizLexChat

Feb 3, 2014

This week on BizLexChat we discuss Lexmark's success and what else, Bourbon.

The Keep It Real, Don’t Drink and Drive program has been suspended this year due to lack of grant funding.

Anne Caudill, the widow of famed author Harry Caudill, will discuss her new memoir at the Scott County Public Library this Saturday.

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The city of Lexington is asking for public input about the ongoing environmental cleanup of the old Fayette County Courthouse.

Horse Park Leadership, Blue Stallion, & Ky. Business Creation On BizLexChat

Jan 20, 2014
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This week on BizLexChat we discuss the announced retirement of KHP Executive Director John Nicholson, plus other timely business news.

USA Today

During a visit to UK, U-S Ag. Secy. Tom Vilsack said he remains hopeful that a long-delayed farm bill will eventually get passed by Congress.