Shelley Kilburn has been in Radio & Television Broadcasting for 30 years. She joined 99.9 KTDY as a Part Time Radio Show Host June 20, 2006. She is known On Air as “Shelley Lynne Fillin’ In.” Shelley is the backup Host for the KTDY Full Time Air Staff. She covers for CJ, Debbie Ray, Steve Wiley and JayCee when they are out. In February 2007 Shelley was also hired as the Full Time Promotions Director for all 7 Radio Stations currently owned and operated by Townsquare Media of Lafayette. She currently maintains both jobs. Shelley Lynne made her Acadiana debut in Broadcasting in 2001 as Executive Producer of Good Morning Acadiana at KATC TV3. She produced the show for nearly three years. Shelley Lynne graduated from San Diego State University in 1981 with a B.A. in Speech Communication and a Minor in Journalism. She spent most of her TV & Radio broadcasting years as a Producer, Writer and Assignment Editor and Fill In Reporter in San Francisco at KGO TV ABC 7 News and at KGO Radio NewsTalk 810AM. She also worked as an Assignment Editor at KPIX CBS 5 in San Francisco and at KFMB Channel 8 (CBS) in San Diego while still at SDSU and briefly after graduation. Shelley Lynne is a proud nearly 3rd generation San Franciscan, born and raised in the Heart of the City by the Bay. She has lived in Acadiana for 15 years.
Dogs Hate The 4th Of July!
4th of July fireworks are often terrifying for dogs, sending many pooches into a panic. In severe cases dogs are known to have wandered away from home to escape the frightening chaos.
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About July!
July has arrived with a Bang (literally) as it always does. The month of July represents many wonderful things. Here is a list starting with my favorite thing about July.
Become A Detective With The New “Background Check” App
Have you heard about the free app that will do background checks for you? It’s called Background Check , created by a service called BeenVerified. This app was created quite awhile ago but it had been banned from Apple's App Store until now.
Are Beauty Products Making You Fat?
Is your shampoo making you fat? A recent study suggests chemicals in many common beauty products could be secretly contributing to weight gain.
Prince Albert II Of Monaco And Charlene Wittstock To Wed Despite Ugly Rumors
Despite rumors that Prince Albert II of Monaco's fiancée, 33-year-old ex-Olympic swimmer Charlene Wittstock, was calling off their wedding and going home to South Africa, The royal couple will wed this weekend.
Louisiana State Police Increase Enforcement For 4th of July Holiday Weekend
As communities across Louisiana prepare to celebrate the 4th of July, the Louisiana State Police want to remind everyone to make safety a top priority to ensure an enjoyable holiday for everyone traveling on Louisiana’s roadways. With the onset of weekend activities comes an increase…
KTDY United Blood Services 24 Hour Race Against The Clock Blood Drive
99.9 KTDY and United Blood Services are teaming up for the 4th annual 'Race Against the Clock 24 Hour Blood Drive.' On July 7th beginning at 7am, United Blood Services on Bertrand at Dulles will be open for 24 hours. Your blood donation saves lives in Acadiana where more than 250 pints of …
Asteroid 2011 MD Grazes Earth Today
Planet Earth came face-to-face with an asteroid today, but experts say it was nothing to be alarmed about. They say it posed no threat to humankind or our environment.
Smoked Meats Festival Heats Up Ville Platte, Louisiana
When the scent of delicious outdoor cooking emerges from billowing clouds of smoke and you hear great live music in the distance, you’ve arrived at Le Festivale de la Viande Boucanee, better known as the Smoked Meats Festival.
Win Journey Tickets Before You Can Buy Them On 99.9 KTDY
99.9 KTDY has your tickets to see JOURNEY, FOREIGNER & NIGHT RANGER at The New Orleans Arena Saturday September 10th. Win Them Before You Can Buy Them This Week! Just listen to the station with the Best Variety of the 80’s, 90’s & Today, 99.9 KTD…
Hey Baby, What’s Your Type? Know Your Blood Type And Save Lives!
Do you know your blood type? It could make a difference in someone's life or even save your own. 215 Million Americans don't know their blood type. 45 Million will need blood this year.
Cursive Dropped From School Lesson Plans As Keyboarding Takes Over
As schools nationwide drop cursive handwriting from their lesson plans, many fear that someday children will not know how to sign their names. Keyboarding is now replacing cursive handwriting.