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Andre "Spyderman" Fuller

Andre Fuller started out in 1978 as an intern from Lewis and Clark College reading morning news at WESL Radio. "The Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fuller" was the first African American to attend the radio broadcasting program at Lewis and Clark College in 1975.  While at WESL he coined the station slogan: “the Greatest Station in the Nation.” The Spyderman was the first jock in the market to expose to his audience to the sounds of the founding fathers of Hip-Hop.  Andre Spyderman Fuller was appointed Program Director WESL in the mid 80"s.  He left WESL when an offer was made to him and fellow DJ Dr. Jockenstein to join the new Black-owned station Z-100 FM, where he also became Program Director. Andre also worked the 6 pm-10 pm shift at Majic 108.