Mike Donegan

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Mike "The Duke" Donegan is an American radio broadcaster based in Nashville, Tennessee.[1]


The broadcast journalist and humorist most recently co-hosted a show on Sirius Satellite Radio and is the stadium announcer for the Tennessee Titans.[2] For many years prior, Donegan was a mainstay on radio shows at Nashville stations WMAK,[3] WKDF and WGFX, including "Big Dave and the Dook", "Ian Case and The Duke", "Carl P. Mayfield & The P. Team" [4] and "The Wake-Up Zone".[5] He was formerly the news director at WSM AM/WSM FM [6] and a feature reporter for WSMV-TV.

Personal life[edit]

Donegan was born in Nashville, Tennessee to Genovia and Beck Donegan, retail bakery owners. He is the brother of John Donegan, an engineer, photographer, and music executive and the father of Barry Donegan, lead singer for Look What I Did.

Donegan attended Hillsboro High School in Nashville, Tennessee, graduated with a B.A. in social science from George Peabody College at Vanderbilt University, a Master of Professional Studies in Training and Development from the University of Memphis (2016) and a J.D. from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law where he was a recipient of the Harold C. Streibich Intellectual Property Law Award.


  1. ^ Billboard - 10 Apr 1999 - Page 33 Vol. 111, No. 15 "The on-air roster, besides Mayfield, includes Mayfield sidekick Mike Donegan, former WKDF jock Shannon "
  2. ^ "Mike "The Duke" Donegan on Sirius". Sirius Radio. Archived from the original on 2010-12-23.
  3. ^ "1300 WMAK Mike Donegan". WMAK. Archived from the original on 2016-05-15.
  4. ^ https://books.google.com/books?id=6QwEAAAAMBAJ&lpg=PA33&dq=%22Mike%20Donegan%22&pg=PA33#v=onepage&q=%22Mike%20Donegan%22&f=false
  5. ^ "Radio Waves Hot Battleground" (PDF). WMAK. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2013-11-16.
  6. ^ Hunt K. Coup : The Day the Democrats Ousted Their Governor, Put Republican Lamar Alexander in Office Early, and Stopped a Pardon Scandal [monograph on the Internet]. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press; 2013. [cited May 15, 2016]. Available from: eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) p. 221