Martha Zoller Gets New Radio Gig; Bigger Station, More Cash

Congrats to Martha Zoller. Probably best known to Peach Pundit readers as a recurring panelist on The Georgia Gang, Zoeller has had a moring radio talk show on Gainesville’s WDUN AM. She’s now moving to 103.7 FM to anchor a lineup with Neal Boortz, Clark Howard, Dr. Laura, and Michael Savage.

Zoller… said she moved because it was simply a better opportunity she couldn’t turn down. Naturally, she gets more cash and more potential audience with a bigger, clearer signal.

She is happy where she is although she has yet to get a gig in metro Atlanta besides a weekly “best of” on 640/WGST-AM Saturday mornings at 11 a.m. “I’m a Gainesville gal,” she said. She has a network of 11 stations listening to part of her show, which airs from 9 to 11 a.m. on FM 103.7 starting today.

Zoller worked at WDUN for 15 years, 13-plus full time.

Best of luck at the new diggs from Peach Pundit, Martha.


  1. umustbekidding says:

    Good for her! This is a great opportunity for Martha. Plus it will be nice to listen without losing the signal everytime I drive under power lines. 😉

  2. Jawgadude says:

    Martha’s a sweet gal, but her show is pathetic. Like listening to conservative NPR – no entertainment value at all.

  3. Mad Dog says:

    I’ve never listened to Martha Holler. I’ve exchanged from blog posts with her. Pretty lame stuff. Weak might be a better word. Invited me to her show. LOL! Told her she didn’t need an invite to blog so bring it on, Babygirl!

    Never heard from her again. Must not be a good typist.

    • Joshua Morris says:

      Mike, spare us the comedy. You never heard back from her because she no longer took you serious. I’ve yet to see or hear a political debate in which all the candidates were sitting around a table with their laptops typing their answers on a blog.

      You apparently must not be a good speaker.

    • Mad Dog says:



      Aren’t debates usually sort of a one on one affair?

      Besides, radio hosts don’t get much immediate feedback from their captive audience.


      • GOPGeorgia says:

        If only two people hear the debate, then only one person can change their mind. That’s why debates have audiences.

    • Mad Dog says:


      Humor is a matter of taste.

      How did you know the topic of our blog posts was political? Maybe it had something to do with her honesty and integrity? And internal emails …

      Nothing at all about candidates, debates, or politics.

      I just posted some emails that contradicted her published statements and called her a liar. Then when she replied, posted some more emails and called her a liar again.

      “Good speakers” don’t have to deal with a hard copy record. Well, at least not very often.


      • Joshua Morris says:

        I never said your blog posts were political. You either don’t pay good attention or just enjoy spewing venom.

  4. Mad Dog says:


    Just so you know, it wasn’t my blog. 🙂 About six hundred read the exchange while it was active.

    Nice audience. Got a lot of discussion among folks in Gainesville. Lots at Brennau. Lots.


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