David Lee (DJ)

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David Lee (born David Wayne Olejniczak on May 13, 1961) was a professional DJ, and is now a professional voiceover announcer. During his career, which began in 1977, he has worked with such affiliates as Westwood One, Live Nation, NBC, and WRIF/Detroit. He has served as imaging voice for over 50 radio stations worldwide and DJ'd for 4 stations in Wisconsin. He attended high school at Premontre (now Notre Dame), a private high school in Green Bay, WI. There, he got his first taste of broadcasting along with fellow schoolmate Kevin Harlan at the school's own radio station. He attended the Trans-American School of Broadcasting.

After working as a DJ for WGBP/Green Bay, he moved to his first professional radio job in 1980 at WKAU/Kaukauna. After working there for one year, he got a job at WAPL/Appleton. From there, he moved to WQFM/Milwaukee where he hosted his own radio show which included guest appearances from David Lee Roth (Which made up the David Lee, and David Lee Special), Jay Leno, and David Crosby. During his time at QFM he also introduced local bands at local clubs, and national acts at both the Alpine Valley Music Theater, and the Marcus Amphitheater. He made one appearance on the Milwaukee station WLZR for his "Farewell to Milwaukee" show.

In the summer of 1992, David made a major turn in his career when he moved from Milwaukee to Detroit. He then was employed by the radio station WRIF/Detroit. There he worked as both the production director and station imaging voice. He was Production Director of WRIF in Detroit from 1992 through 1995.

He is currently the imaging voice for the NFL on the Dial Global radio network. He has done promo voice work for CBS, NBC & Cartoon Network & is also the imaging voice of many U.S. radio stations.

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