1.) When did you get involved with 88.1 FM?
2.) What show(s) do you currently host on KVSC and what programs have you hosted in the past? The Morning Show! Before KVSC I hosted local talent shows as well as performed in them.
3.) Please list some of the artists and musicians you consider to be a must play on your
show(s)? I’m still very new to the music at KVSC. I try to find artists that play uplifting music to help my listeners start out the day feeling great!
4.) Why are you involved with independent community radio at 88.1 FM? I’m a mass communications major it’s logical to be involved in as much campus media as possible. & KVSC is da bomb!
5.) What is in your personal CD player, iPod, or mp3 right now (BE HONEST)? Tenth Avenue North- Hold my Heart is on my iPhone. I have several CDs stuck inside my car’s broken CD player! ACDC, Nirvana, Taylor Swift, Blink 182, and some old CDs I burned in high school.
6.) Please disclose the most embarrassing music moment or concert you’ve attended or
album you’ve bought (perhaps even shameful) I honestly don’t have one I don’t regret going to any concerts or buying any albums. I have grown out of some of my old albums but still listen on occasion to The Spice Girls and of course Fall out Boy.
7.) What are your hobbies and interests? I love music obviously! I love playing tennis and ping pong. I’m a good dancer. I sound amazing when I sing in my car! Shopping! Going to car shows, absolutely love cars. Baking!
8.) When you are not at work or KVSC, where can you most likely be found?
I’m a very busy person I have two other jobs besides working at KVSC and I’m a full time student. You’ll most likely find me studying around campus. During the summer you’ll find me at the beach or an amusement park. Roller coasters are amazing!
9.) What’s the most challenging part of being a radio DJ? Getting used to some of the public attention you receive in your community.
10.) What do you think is the future of radio? I think radio will continue to be local and that it will continue to have many competitors. History has concluded that radio is here to stay.