Powered exclusively by Rider students, 107.7 The Bronc features a full, student executive staff modeled after and designed to operate like a “free market” radio station.

Our amazing staff has earned it’s spot as one of the highest ranking college radio stations in the state and the nation. In 2015, the New Jersey Broadcasters Association (NJBA) nominated the Bronc for “Best College Radio Station” and the Princeton Review ranked The Bronc 15th Best College Radio Station in the Nation. We may not have won the award from the NJBA, but The Bronc was the only college radio station in New Jersey or Pennsylvania ranked in the entire Top 20.

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Meet The Staff

John Mozes
General Manager

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.

100317_WRRC_MattMatthew Mysholowsky ’19
Student General Manager

Matthew Mysholowsky is a student majoring in Filmmaking, TV, and Radio with a concentration in Radio.  What Matthew enjoys about the radio station the most is that it gives him great experience for a future career in the radio industry. For him, radio is an excellent platform for both music and discussion, which are two things that Matthew really enjoys. Matthew’s many interests include playing video games and uploading his gaming videos to YouTube, music (specifically rock and old school hip-hop), MMA and pro wrestling.

032415_WRRC_020Andrew Zayicek ’18

Program Director

Andrew is now in his 2nd term as Program Director for 107.7 The Bronc and is a Digital Media major with a minor in Advertising. Andrew is very involved on campus he announces for the Rider University Men’s Ice Hockey team. He is also involved with National Broadcast Society; works in the Marketing and Communication Department at Rider University, is a tour guide on campus and is in Tau Kappa Epsilon. He is the co-host on his radio show, Turf’s Up Radio, which airs on 107.7 The Bronc, WBZT 1230 AM, and iHeart Radio in West Palm Beach, Florida. He enjoys selling underwriting announcements for The Bronc, meeting new people and hopes to get a well paying job so he can travel the around the world after he gets his degree in 2018.

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Jared Theinert ’20
Assistant Production Director

Jared is a TV, Film, and Radio Major here at Rider and loves being a part of the phenomenal Bronc Team and family. He is excited to be able to grow and strive in such a great environment and work through the adventures to come. He loves his DC Comics and is a huge movie, musical, and TV buff. As for music, Jared listens to it all from Rock to Broadway.

Luis PhotoLuis Alvarez ’20
Traffic Director

Luis is a Graphic Design major. Luis may be new to 107.7 The Bronc, but he has already engineered dozens of sports broadcasts and has been a big help during events run by the station. Luis is a big comic book enthusiast, has a small dog, a sweet tooth, and always tries to the best of his ability in whatever task he is given. Luis is also level headed and is open to trying anything new.

Jared Gollin PhotoJared Gollin ’18
Promotions Director

Jared is majoring in Filmmaking, TV & Radio and minoring in Popular Music Studies at Rider University. Jared started at the 107.7 The Bronc with his own 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. Jared currently is a host on the student program Rock Out With Your Bronc Out. He is involved in many other clubs at Rider including Improv Club and the Rider 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.

Caroline PhotoCaroline Sasser ’18
Music Director

Caroline is a Digital Media: Radio, TV and Film major at Rider University. She’s been part of the station since her freshman year as a show host for Monday Mess and is very excited to be part of The Bronc exec staff. There’s never a bad time to listen to new music and every season is concert season for her. Music, along with dance and writing, is her passion. She enjoys listening to a variety of music and is always open to new experiences.

Steven Stein PhotoSteven Stein ’18
Production Director

Steve is a Radio, TV, Film major with a concentration in Radio and a Graphic Design minor. He is the “shibby judge” for The Real Shibby Shack. From progressive rock, metal, classical, jazz, and hip-hop, He has an open ear to all types of music. He loves doing voice acting and making people laugh. With his second year at The Bronc, he is somewhat grateful for the experience… Just a little bit. “Question everything, curiosity may have killed the cat, but you have 8 more lives to die again.”

Michael PhotoMichael Alesandro ’18 
Sports Director

Michael is a Communication Studies major and a Sports Management minor. Michael has been announcing football games since he was 13 years old, and is a player on the Rider Ultimate Frisbee Team. Fun fact: Michael knows the names of every state capital in America.

Dana PhotoDana Cavagnaro ’20
Social Media Director

Dana is the Social Media Director at 107.7 The Bronc, and a freshman Public Relations major with a Theatre minor. She also hosts her own show on 107.7 The Bronc called “Broadway Bound”. In addition to The Bronc, she’s also a Rider Bonner Community Scholar and a member of Alpha Psi Omega. In her free time, you can find her seeing as much theatre as possible, listening to musical theatre cast albums, interacting with Broadway performers on Twitter, and hanging out with friends and family.

060716_WRRC_007Jordan Ryan ’18
Website Director

Jordan is a Graphic Design major and Web Design minor at Rider University. He is the host of The Geek Tank, which is the premier show on the station for geek-related news. When he’s not busy keeping The Bronc website up to date, you can often find him reading a new book, playing video games at the Student Rec Center, or just watching whatever tokusatsu or anime show he stumbles upon. Jordan is also an active member of the Rider Japanese Pop Culture Society.


Leah-PhotoLeah Thomas ’19
Assistant Promotions Director

Leah is an Environmental Science major at Rider University. She is the oddball at 107.7 The Bronc being the only science major. Having worked at The Bronc since the beginning of 2016, Leah has acquired vast amounts of knowledge regarding radio technology. Leah loves rock, EDM, and punk music and regularly plays these music genres on her radio show, No Namé. When she isn’t working or in class, you can find Leah lounging around her second home, the station. Fun Fact: She is an INSANE cat lover and an avid gamer.

Nick-Chun-PhotoNicolas Chun ’18
Graphic Designer

Nick is a Graphic Design major and Sociology minor at Rider. Nick as been with the Bronc since his junior year as a Graphic Designer. On campus, you’ll probably see him in the Fine Arts homework lab or in the J-labs improving his graphic design skills. When he’s not in class, he is creating and uploading apparel designs under his online brand [InkFox]. In his free time, Nick enjoys watching movies, playing video games, and listening to music.

Emmalyn-PhotoEmmalyn Hoyt ’19
Graphic Designer

Emma is a Graphic Design major and Web Design minor at Rider. She has been a part of the Bronc since her sophomore year.  She is a huge graphic design nerd and loves implementing what she learns while working for The Bronc.  You can usually find her on campus in the project lab, or eating chicken nuggets at Cranberry’s.  Outside of school, Emma spends most of her time watching movies, listening to music, and baking.


Contact the Station:

Office: (609) 896-5369
Request: (877) 900-1077
Fax: (609) 219-4724

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