"I was born in Philadelphia and raised in nearby Lancaster County. I moved to Newark in 2001 and have been here ever since. I began my career with Delmarva Broadcasting Company in 1994 as a Trafficwatch Reporter. Still can't believe that I've 'graduated' to WSTW Morning Show Co-Host....but when that daily 3:00am alarm clock goes off, I'm gently reminded that my dream HAS come true!! I love, love, LOVE being in radio and wouldn't trade my experiences for the world.
When I'm at home, I love spending time with my 2 children and husband, gardening, and cooking up huge tasty feasts! (My family seems to enjoy that last thing I just mentioned the most;) And when I grow up, I wanna be just like my Morning Show Co-Host, Spencer Graves.....tall.
Thanks for listening!!
Email Nancy | Visit the Morning Show Page
My journey of radio began when I was 17. I was a senior in high school and blew out my knee playing high school football. From there, I joined a six-station group that had formats from oldies to country. Two weeks into my internship I was offered a part-time job. You should ask me sometime what my first "radio name" was.
I have worked in Virginia, Texas, California and here. I really enjoy the history of this area.
I have a Harley-Davidson named "Black Betty." I try to keep things light and funny, on the air and in general. There is no need to be so serious. Come see me on Facebook and Twitter
Email Spencer | Visit the Morning Show Page
TrafficWatch, Weekdays 6-9am and 4-6pm
No one in Delaware will get you to or from work better than our own Robin Bryson! Traffic - it's what he does - and he's the best. But Robin also enjoys baseball, model trains, and dancing with his beautiful wife.
Every weekday, Mike helps you through your workday and takes those lunch time requests. Mike loves sports--watching his kids play as well as supporting our local teams. He's also a life-long Delawarean, a proud citizen of tax-free shopping, the place to be somebody...
Hey it's Joe Alan! I enjoy eating bacon and being shirtless in front of the mirror, usually at the same time. I also enjoy spending time with my beautiful wife, Melissa and my son, Grayson. I have two obese cats named Moses and Harold. Hit me up after 2. 800 544 9370, text me 56221.
I'm a big fan of music. Watersports are a huge part of who I am, I have a boat and dig wakeboarding. I'M ON A BOAT!!
If I'm not out boating, you can find me on my motorcycle(which is faster than Spencers.)
Certain people really tick me off, especially people who creep along in the fast lane while talking on their cell phones. I also despise people who are jerks to servers in a restaurant. I smile because I know that someone will spit in their food.
I like being around anything funny. Family Guy, Dumb and Dumber, ya know the basic non-sensical stuff that makes me laugh.
Email Joe | Find Joe on Facebook
Weekdays 7pm-Midnight, Saturdays Noon-4pm
Up early on Saturday morning? Wake up with Steve!
Saturdays 4-8pm, Sundays 9am-2pm
Phil's name isn't Phil without reason; he's our fill-in guy. In addition to Phil's regular two shifts, you can catch Phil "Philling in" whenever someone else is sick, on vacation, or feeling lazy. Such an odd schedule sometimes makes it hard for him to catch "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
Jerry says he considers himself a big kid - so why not hang out with him and have some fun?
Like any good substitute, Tia is our fill-in jock. Traveled the country with radio and came back to the east coast to be in this great state of Delaware. Tia gives listeners good tips, fun fact and great entertainment with 93.7 WSTW!
Saturdays 6-8am, Sundays 6-8pm
When Jason isn't counting down WSTW's biggest hits on the WSTW Top 20 Countdown, you'll find him keeping WSTW.com looking pretty. You also know him from the weekly 93.7 WSTW Rewards Newsletter. Spending all that time in front of a computer screen could explain why his eyesight is so bad...
Hometown Heroes - Sundays 8-10pm
Mark is an old friend of WSTW who was gone for a while but is back now, bringing you the best that the local original music scene has to offer. For more information on Hometown Heroes, click here.