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Marc Elliot's career began at the young age of fourteen at WMAN in Mansfield, Ohio. By the age of seventeen Marc had finished high school and moved to Columbus to work at top rated 92X.
  
After achieving his goal of becoming a Program Director, Marc left the world of radio behind in 1993 for a job in law enforcement.
  
When he returned to Columbus in 1996, Marc picked up weekends at 97.9 WNCI where he also handled all vacation fill-ins, including morning drive. After the departure of WNCI APD/MD Dan Bowen in June of 1996, Marc assumed the

responsibilities of Music Director until February of 1997. During this time WNCI posted some of its highest Arbitron ratings in the station's history.
  
When Nationwide Communications was sold to Jacor in the summer of 1998, Marc left WNCI and his law enforcement career for nights at 92.3 WCOL, Jacor's country outlet in Columbus. At WCOL, ratings success was quick for Marc. The Fall 1998 Arbitron ratings were up from Spring in ALL demographics, with the 25-54 demo up 5.3 to 7.8 and the 35-64 demo up 8.2 to 12.5. Before leaving WCOL in the summer of 2001, the monthly Arbitrend report showed Marc number one in the important 25-54 demo.
  
Marc
left WCOL in the summer of 2001 to move to Missouri for a job outside of radio.  Marc continues his involvement in radio by filling in at various stations around the country.

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