Paul Mendenhall began his life-long radio broadcasting career in 1970 at Carmel High School where he worked at the school’s radio station WHJE. After high school graduation, Paul worked part-time at WHYT Radio in Noblesville, and in 1974 at WXLW Radio in Indianapolis while attending Butler University.
From there, Paul transferred to Ball State to take his first full time job for Bill Shirk’s family at WERK Radio in Muncie. At WERK, he became Program Director and served as one of the “Men at WERK” until 1981.
Paul also managed the radio station at Ben Davis High School and was a teacher for 17 years. After stepping down for a few months to student teach, Paul joined Fairbanks Broadcasting in Indianapolis working for Cris Conner at WNAP Radio, then WIBC Radio, and finally his current professional home, WTTS Radio. Paul joined WTTS in Bloomington in in 2001, where he hosts the WTTS “Morning Show.”
In addition he has hosted charitable events that WTTS Radio presents for children’s reading programs through the Indianapolis Public Library, the Indiana Children’s Wish Fund, Toys for Tots and local food banks.