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Meet The Staff
- John Mozes
- Meghan Korb
- Matthew McGrorty
- Mike Umbro
- Matthew St. Onge
- Haley Vassiljev
- Matt Burrill
- Danielle deLisi
- Isabella Azar
- Justin Giachetti
- Carlos Toro
- Julia Corrigan
- Jared Gollin
- Andrew Zayicek
A 20+ year radio veteran, John has been the GM of 107.7 The Bronc since September 2008. Before coming to Rider, John worked for more than 14 years at Nassau Broadcasting wearing many hats. John was a award-winning Creative Director, Man On The Street for both 97.5 and 94.5 WPST-FM and Co-Host of Philly Sports Live on ESPN 920 WPHY-AM.
Meghan Korb ’17
Student General Manager
Meghan is majoring in Public Relations and minoring in TV, Film and Radio and Event Planning. She is delighted to be a member of the exec staff here at The Bronc. Along with being heavily involved at The Bronc, Meghan is the Public Relations chair of The Student Entertainment Council. Meghan loves music and hopes to one day be a concert promoter. She also loves coffee, Taylor Swift, American Horror Story and shopping.
Matt McGrorty is a Digital Media: Radio, TV, and Film major at Rider University. If you’re ever on campus, you’ll probably find Matt playing some tunes on his weekly radio show, Matt’s Majestic Music Mambo, or at the RUN100 TV studio filming Appropriate Audiences. Matt has a variety of interests outside of radio and TV. He enjoys singing 80’s pop songs, listening to Of Monsters and Men and The Protomen, and watching The X-Files on Netflix. Matt also has an appreciation for stylish hair, leather jackets, and being honest and true to one’s self. If you’d like to contact Matt, you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org, at his portfolio, at his linkedin, or by opening your window and screaming his name repeatedly into the night air. Remember: the louder, the better.
Mike Umbro ’16
Mike is a Radio and TV major at Rider University. He does a lot for 107.7 the Bronc, including having his own radio show called Football Talk. Now he is the new color analyst for Riders men’s ice hockey team. Mike also enjoys working with the TV station, the Rider University Network, where he participates in three different shows on and off camera. He truly enjoys excelling in both fields and learning everything he can on the go. Mike does not have many dislikes; however, he doesn’t like the New England Patriots or country music. Some things he really likes are sports, good food and spending time with his friends and family.
Matt is majoring in Chemistry and Secondary Education. He is very excited to be a member of the 107.7 The Bronc Exec Staff, even though he has no other connection to the Communications field. He enjoys the atmosphere and work ethic that he finds inside the station. He wants to one day do research in the field of Nuclear Chemistry on things like alternative energy sources. He enjoys listening to Alternative Rock, Classic Rock, and Country music. He also loves being part of radio shows at The Bronc, such as Shibby Shack, “Sunday Mass,” and Redneck Radio. He would be nothing without his little baby Morkie, Coco Chanel. And no, he did not pick that name.
Haley Vassiljev is a TV, Radio, and Film major. She is involved in Rider Vibes, the schools acapella group, and Ridiculous, the improv theatre group on campus. She loves cheesy puns and the color pink. Her favorite mode of transportation is long-boarding around campus and she loves to read plays by Shakespeare. Her favorite play is Much Ado About Nothing. One day she wants to have her own music show on Radio 104.5 and reside in Philadelphia.
Matt Burrill ’17
Matt is from New City, NY and is majoring in Digital Media with a minor in Public Relations. Matt is the Co-Host and Producer for RU Redneck Radio, the Bronc’s home for all things Country. He likes New York Sports, NASCAR, country music, tailgating and the great outdoors. Some reasons he like The Bronc is because it’s really one big happy family, everyone comes together and helps run a great station. It also offers great experience outside the classroom; he feels that he has learned more from his time with Redneck Radio and The Bronc than in any of his classes. The station provides great opportunities; he has definitely had some great experiences and opportunities come from his time with The Bronc. Matt has gotten to meet and talk with some of his favorite country artists, make a name for himself in his desired field, and been able to get his feet wet with possible internships.
Danielle deLisi is a senior double major in Elementary Education and Integrated Sciences & Math with a minor in Middle School Education. She has been assisting with the promotions team since she was a freshman and now hosts a radio show called The Ska Block. She loves listening to all types of music (especially ska, punk, and alternative), attending as many shows as possible, and interviewing bands for her radio show. Danielle has had a lot of experience with promotions and event planning through Girl Scouts and many other community service opportunities. The Promotions team provides many opportunities to get involved with the Rider and surrounding community, which allows the team to interact with the environment around us and the people we see in different lights every day.
Isabella Azar ’17
Isabella is majoring in Digital Media at Rider University. She loves being a part of the station because it’s such a valuable learning experience and she absolutely loves her job. She likes music, piano, theater, concerts, films, travel, coffee, and being with her family and friends. She dislikes horror movies, bugs, and heights.
Justin is a Theatre Performance major with a double minor in Creative Writing and Film, TV, and Radio Production. The Bronc is a secondary family to him, and he takes so much pride in being one of the faces of the station. His job consists of working on many events for Rider University and the numerous sponsors. As a people person, he enjoy being able to communicate with these people and being able to provide the best service as possible. While not at The Bronc, he likes writing plays, cooking, doing karaoke, watching Disney movies, and just hanging with his friends. Justin grew up in Robbinsville, N.J. with his parents and twin sister, Marisa, who is also in college for theater.
Carlos Toro ’17
Carlos is a Journalism major at Rider University. He is a huge sports fan and the Sports Director of The Bronc. He loves the whole family of The Bronc, which is a big reason why he goes to the station everyday. When he is not in the station, he is either watching WWE wrestling, playing video games, or writing for the Radio News.
Julia Corrigan ’17
Social Media Director
Julia is majoring in Public Relations at Rider University and minoring in TV/Radio. She likes being a part of The Bronc because it gives her experience to try different things within the communications field, learn new skills, and meet many new individuals. In addition to being Social Media Director for The Bronc, she is also the News Editor for The Rider News. She loves going to concerts, shopping, skiing, hanging out with her friends, and listening to music. She’s not a big fan of cold weather or insects. She has a Maltese named Frosty that she loves to spoil.
Jared is majoring in Digital Media at Rider University. Jared started at the 107.7 The Bronc with his show J-Rock This Evening and wanted to get more involved at The Bronc by doing many Promotional events. He became well known around the Bronc and earned his position as Web Director. He is involved in many other clubs at Rider including Improv Club, The Art of Gaming, and the Japanese Pop Culture Society. When not at the station or on-air, he enjoys video games, movies, especially bad movies, anime, and throwing a frisbee with friends in the warm weather.
Andrew is a Radio, Television and Film major who first semester announced color commentating for the Rider University Mens Ice Hockey team. He had the opportunity to interview the ice hockey team between periods and the coach before each game. He is also involved with RUN TV where he works on a show called Rider Sports Spot. Andrew works for Bronc Vision where he films Sports games in the Alumni Gym. He is the co-host on his radio show called Football Talk which is on The Bronc every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Andrew also has a new radio show called Sunday Mass which airs every Sunday at 8 p.m. He enjoys all sports especially hockey, soccer and baseball and hopes to get a well paying job so he can travel the around the world after he gets his degree in 2018.