Becky Rinehart/ Program Director
Weekday Mornings 6-10
Becky says" Radio has always been my passion and will always be my best friend, next to Husband". (She also met her husband at the radio station.) Becky started at AVC Communications in 1982 and besides being Program Director and Morning Host of KC-This Morning from 6-10 she is also the Community Information Director for all six stations. Her favorite things lists include: steak, baked potatos, pizza and Strawberries....Anywhere in Hawaii. She is also a a HUGE Sci-Fi freak.
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Nikki Thomas (10a-3p eastern)
Nikki Thomas is a western North Carolina native with a history in country music that goes back to before she was born. Her parents were both professional musicians that played on stages all across the U.S. and as she grew up, taught her to play music as well. These days, Nikki prefers talking about music on the radio. Under her leadership, her stations have been nominated and won CMA and ACM Station of the Year honors. Her social media work has been nominated for national honors by the readers of #CMChat over the past several years. She spends most of her time going to concerts, writing for various web publications and her voice can be heard on commercials all across the country.
Mark Veau(3p-8p eastern)
I started my radio career at student-run 640 WSCW while a media major at Worcester State College. I also appeared in numerous television programs like “Ghost Hunters” and “Dead Famous” for the BBC as well numerous New England regional television shows. I appeared in many film projects “14 Degrees” “Attack of the Killer Refrigerator” “Days Before Christmas” “The Hook of Woodland Heights” most of which I wrote and produced. Born in Augusta, GA on Fort Gordon and was raised in Massachusetts. I’m married to wife Maureen and we have four children Jonathan, Megan, Kaitlyn and Zachary. I’m also a military veteran having served (11 Bravo) with B Co. 3/35th Infantry based out of Fort Devens, MA/Lincoln Stoddard Army Reserve Center - Worcester, MA.
Jason Hurst (8p-1a eastern)
I grew up in right in the center of California in the city of Fresno. Because of its location, I was able to make many day trips to a lot of great spots! The mountains, the beach, L.A., and San Francisco were just a few hours away at most. Those trips created a lot of fond family memories for me. Who knows? Maybe one day I'll have a wife and family of my own to create more memories. But if not, that's ok too. I kind of like being single! I've got a lot to keep me busy. I'm an avid runner, a snow skier, a beach bum, and a concert goer. These are great activities that can be shared with my diverse group of friends. Speaking of diversity, I like all kinds of music... anything from British Pop to Country, and since music is so influential, it helps keep me connected to all of my friends of all walks of life
Buzz Jackson (1a-6a eastern)
I grew up in the shadow of New York City. Being so close to the city gave me an appreciation for all kinds of cultures and music. In the 90s I fell in love with country music - but if you were to search my iPhone you'd find a healthy (or unhealthy, depending on how you look at it) dose of 80's pop music, too. I'm married with a daughter who loves all kinds of music. I love doing things in the community, and donate blood whenever I am eligible (I'm O-negative and that's always in demand!). When I'm not on the radio, I enjoy walking Wrangler The Dog around the neighborhood, riding the bike, catching a movie with my family, or checking out a country music concert.
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