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.
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The Program Review Committee is the shadowy cadre of students and community members who oversee KZSC's schedule. They are the ultimate power in the galax-- we mean, airwaves. What else could we possibly mean?
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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 […]
She’s young, talented and committed to KZSC. What’s left to say about Shay? “DJ Lux” as she’s known on the airwaves is now a card-carrying member of KZSC’s Program Review Committee. Fun family fact: her father was one of the greatest beach volleyball players of all time. We get to talk with her every week […]
We say farewell this month to KZSC’s longest-serving (suffering?) Broadcast Advisor and host of our Thursday morning Beatles show, Michael Bryant. Michael started at The Great 88 in 2001 and helped move us into the Millennium with technical changes such as bumping the signal up to 20,000 watts, station remodels, a new air studio, webstreaming, social media and mobile apps. […]