Jim Davison's broadcast engineering career started in 1977 at WBTC 1540 AM/WNPQ 95.9 FM in Uhrichsville Ohio, where he engineered morning shows, OSU Basketball and Cleveland Indians Baseball games. In 1997 he landed a job as a studio engineer for Cleveland's WRMR and WDOK.In the upcoming years Jim's engineering jobs included stops at WCLV: WAKR; WQMX; WONE; WHK; WCCD and WHLO. In 2010, Jim became Operations Manager for WHTX 1570 AM and WYCL 1540 AM in Warren Ohio.
In 2003, Jim became a Studio Engineer for The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum to engineer and produce Norm N. Nite's weekly radio show called "The Heart of Rock and Roll" which was heard over WCBS 101.1 FM New York.
Jim has been a studio engineer for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for over 18 years and has engineered shows for Sirius/XM, MLB Radio Network, NBC Sports, ABC Radio Network, RNC Week, Rock Induction Week, and has worked with hundreds of radio personalities including Gary Dell Abate, Michael Smerconish, Dan Rather, Mark Goodman, Norm N. Nite, Cousin Brucie, Peter Greenberg, Casey Kasem and many others. In 2013 and 2014 Jim was the backstage director for the R and B Hall of Fame that was held in Cleveland.
In 2010 Jim created and produced a Oldies show called "Those Records-Those Memories which lasted over 8 years. In 2014, Jim played a big part in building and helping with the start up of NEO Community Radio based in Northeast Ohio as a local Internet Station. In 2019 Jim worked as a studio engineer for the NFL Radio Network and "Dawg Pound Radio" which was heard over Sirius XM 88 from the Browns Training Facility in Berea Ohio, Jim was Inducted into The Radio/Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2009.