March’s programmer of the month is KZSC’s very own New Media Director, Brandon Oleksy. Brandon is a sophomore originally from San Marcos, studying computer game design, although his passion lies in photography. As “BrandX,” Brandon hosts “Teenage Kicks” every Sunday 10pm-12am, and occasionally appears on “Morrissey Boulevard,” Mondays 9am-noon–if he’s up that early.
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Hailing from Long Beach California, Lennon Stankavich is a sophomore at UCSC studying film. As Jaws, he spins “shark rock” tunes on Swimmin’ With The Sharks, Thursday nights from 7:00-8:30. Shark Rock includes original 60’s surf rock music, alongside any more modern rock, garage and punk that uses lots of reverb and treble. “If it can fool me into thinking it’s old school, then I like it,” says Lennon.
Many of you are probably familiar with KZSC’s talk program Artists on Art. But how much do you know about Nada, aka DJ Hope? I sat down to learn a little more about the voice behind the mic, and this month’s Programmer of the Month.
This month’s Programmer of the Month is DJ Oy-Dog, AKA Dylan Music from the long-running program “Muzikal Jewz.”
Dylan started volunteering at KZSC when he was a senior at UCSC. He started the show in order to, “make people laugh, dance, cry, and experience Jewish music and culture in all of its forms.”
August’s Programmer of the Month, Henry Bertheaud, is bringing back talk radio to KZSC! Henry began his career as a programmer at KZSC this past spring on the classical music program, “Machauts Circus.” An incoming sophomore at UCSC, Henry is spending his summer hosting Sunday mornings’ “If It Ain’t Baroque…” in addition to Thursday evening’s “Geek Folk” […]
July’s programmer of the month is Keith Rozendal with one of KZSC’s newest programs, Music is a Teacher. Keith is also KZSC’s new broadcast advisor! Taking on a new program, an early morning time slot and a new job — all while relocating to Santa Cruz — is no easy feat, so thanks Keith for everything […]