Where Advertising is our Passion

Total Media offers a diverse range of advertising options that are unparalleled in the region.  

The Telegram

Find out what's happening in your area in black and white. Your community newspaper delivered right to your mailbox!

The Radio

Your home for great music, community news, weather updates, and much more! Tune in to 96.7, 97.7, 98.7, 105.3 and 1330!

Zip Printing

From business cards to complete exhibits, Zip can take care of all of your design and printing needs. Tons of options at budget friendly pricing.

Digital Billboard

Let your business be seen by all! Contact us to learn more about our billboard advertising in your area.

Movie Theatre

A great way to advertise your business or upcoming event! Call today to find out how to get your ad played on the theatre screens.

Cable Channel 15

Jackson Ohio local cable television channel broadcasting on the Spectrum Cable Network channel 1020 and over the internet via Facebook Live.

Who We've Worked With

What Our Readers Say

Really enjoy getting The Telegram twice a week and also online.
They always provide us with the latest up to date news!
Peggy Rowe Lanier

Meet Our Team

General Manager

Amanda Crabtree

Amanda Crabtree was named General Manager of Total Media in 2017. A graduate of Jackson High School and Ohio Northern University, Amanda spent 18 years working for local organizations in HR and Marketing before joining Total Media. She and her husband, HD, live in Jackson where they’ve raised their four boys. Amanda is an active volunteer in the Jackson community


News Editor

Pete Wilson

 Telegram Editor Pete Wilson has lived in Jackson most of his life and is a product of Jackson High School and Ohio University. He has been involved in local newspapers and/or radio his entire professional life, beginning with an assignment as sports editor of the Jackson newspapers his senior year in high school (1972-73). He has worked continuously in local/area media since 1972 for a total of 48 years. All of his career has been in Jackson County except for a seven-year stint (1978-85) as editor of The Pike County News-Watchman.

He has been the editor of five different Jackson-based newspapers, most recently The Telegram. He has led or been part of the radio news through Jackson County Broadcasting since 2000 and has been a member of the radio broadcasting team for Jackson High School sports since 1980. In the Ohio Newspaper Association’s annual contest for weekly newspapers, The Telegram has been a five-time winner of the contest’s top award — Newspaper of the Year, which was previously known as the General Excellence Award.


Sales Manager

John Pelletier

John Pelletier, Total Media’s General Sales Manager, has been a part of the broadcasting and marketing industries for over 50 years. John and his wife Connie reside in Wellston and are very active in supporting their community. John and Connie have five children and twelve grandchildren.


Print Shop Manager

Stacey Walters

With over a decade of graphic design and printing experience, Stacey has managed Zip Printing since 2017. A Middleport, Ohio native with a bachelor’s degree in Informational Graphics and Publication Design from Ohio University, Stacey and her husband Bryan have called Jackson home since 2007.


Production Manager

Matt McKee

A Ross county transplant from Frankfort, Matt got his start in radio as a board operator for WBEX/WKKJ in Chillicothe while in high school. He earned his BA in broadcast communications and ministry from Indiana Wesleyan University where he was the assistant manager and Promotions director for the campus station WIWU, “the Fortress.”

After graduation he worked in college admissions and ministry and returned to the radio world in 2007 at Q100 in Pensacola, FL where he was the production assistant and morning show producer (local content). He also hosted a weekly public affairs show on Cumulus sister station WCOA. After moving back to Jackson in 2008 he began working with Total Media in the summer of 2009 and has been on staff since then. most recently he assumed hosting duties on the morning show on WKOV in August of 2019. When not working at the station he has been known to do stand up comedy, emcee a concert, serve as a fountain of useless knowledge in trivia competitions and do pretty much anything else he can do to get a laugh. he and his wife Megan live in Jackson and manage a small zoo that is made up of their three daughters, 2 dogs, and a cat, as well as the countless dust bunnies that seem to migrate on a regular basis through their house.


Media Consultants

Executive Media Consultant

Joel Walton

13 years experience


Executive Media Consultant

Chris Henry

30 years experience


Media Consultant

Rhonda Burtrand

10 years experience


Media Consultant

Keith Davis

15 years experience