Rob Senter (10 am- 3 pm)
Okay gang, here’s the ever-interesting bio of Rob Senter. It all started on a fall day in 1965 in Philadelphia, when a lovely young woman was about to give birth to her second son. Too far back? Then let’s start with my first radio gig in college. I went to Clarion University of PA (right after they changed the name from Clarion State College) in the fall of 1983 and almost immediately started working at the FM radio station there, WCUC. I worked my way up from part time news reporter all the way up to being named the “Outstanding Senior” for that year. In between I did internships at WPVI-TV in Philly and WBUX radio in Doylestown, PA, getting five credits toward graduation!
I think all of that led to me getting my first paid radio job at WSBG/WVPO in Stroudsburg in 1987. Again, I started doing news part-time and worked my way up to being the top part time DJ they had there, filling in as much as possible and learning as much as I could. When it became obvious a full time position wouldn’t be in the cards there I found my way up north to Honesdale where I took the job as the afternoon guy on WDNH. Along with WWCC, I spent three years working hard and doing as many shift on the air and behind the scenes as I could. Again, I found myself needing to move on when they moved me back into the news department and in a matter of weeks was right here in Central PA!
When I first started here at Sunbury Broadcasting in 1992 we only had two stations, WKOK and WQKX. I was the nighttime guy on WKOK, this being in the years when music was still prevalent on AM radio stations, and eventually moved up to afternoons. In 1998 we started a brand new station, Eagle 107 and from there on it’s been a whirlwind of a career! I did mornings with Lynn Hall the first year or so, moved to middays and at one point was even doing afternoons. Now I’m finally settled in as the host of the Rock N Roll Morning Show, getting up before dawn to play the best Classic Rock and crawling into bed just after 9 each weeknight.
Over the years I’ve been given more and more duties and titles, so now I’m the Program Director for Eagle 107 (as well as the Music Director) and I’m also the MD for WQKX and the Valley. You can catch me doing morning sports on WKOK and with Drew & the Crew on 94KX, and I am now the midday guy and host of That 70′s lunch on the Valley. Let’s just say it’s always busy here and I wouldn’t have it any other way.