Jack Horton is home grown from here in Parkersburg. With over 29 years experience, Jack is one of the most recognized radio voices in the valley.
When Jack is not on the radio, he is working in his home studio.
Jack is a big Vikings fan and enjoys hanging out with the stars.
In his radio career Jack has met artists like Elton John, Bob Seger, Styx, Eddie Money, Doobie Brothers, and most recently, Nightranger, plus many others.
Jack is married and has four children. Jack, Mary, Savannah and Luke.
Eric Little serves as News Director of Seven Ranges Radio.
When he’s not on the air co-hosting the More Music Morning Show with Jack, Eric’s morning news updates can be heard on sister station Lite Rock 93R.
He’s been associated with the company since 2007 primarily through Play-by-Play duties for high school football, basketball and baseball broadcasts on Lite Rock 93R and WXCR-FM.
In addition, Eric created “Countdown to Kickoff”, a weekly high school football preview show he’s hosted since 2009 on Lite Rock 93R and WXCR-FM. Since 2011, Eric has been lead Play-by-Play voice for High School Football on V96.9.
For five years, Eric worked in Minor League Baseball as a Play-By-Play broadcaster for the Asheville Tourists and Augusta GreenJackets, spending four of those summers in Augusta. In 2010 and 2012, Eric participated in the radio broadcast of the South Atlantic League’s All-Star Game. All told, Eric has broadcast nearly 650 professionalbaseball games.
Eric is a 2007 graduate of West Virginia University and a HUGE fan of the Mountaineers. He currently serves on an alumni advisory board for the University’s popular Mountaineer Manaics student fan club. He’s also a big baseball fan and co-hosts a weekly Minor League Baseball podcast – The Minor League Report (www.theminorleaguereport.com) – with three of his friends from the baseball broadcast world. In 2007, Eric was named Sportscaster of the Year by his student radio station, WWVU-FM (U92-FM).
Ryan Watson accompanies you through the midday on V96.9!
A lifelong resident of the Mid-Ohio Valley, Ryan was born and raised in Jackson County, and moved to Parkersburg in 2007.
Ryan’s been in radio for over a decade, but according to him, he’s been at it since age 8, when he and his friends would do “radio shows” on an old tape recorder. He was instantly hooked. He found further inspiration to pursue radio in high school, in the form of being an in-house announcer for his schools basketball team.
When he’s not hanging out with you via the radio, he enjoys spending time with his kids, watching the news, keeping up with politics, memes, researching random subjects, and “outdoorsy-stuff”.
Ryan’s overjoyed to be delivering you the most Variety in the MOV, every weekday from 10a-3p!
Ryan’s also overjoyed by email. You can reach him at email@example.com.
Randy Brooks is originally from Missouri and is a married father of three lovely girls.
He’s been working over 25 years in radio, but is also a trained musician and plays many instruments. He has played as a performing and studio musician for most of his life as a side-gig while working in radio.
He is also a practitioner of the Okinawan martial art of Kobayashi Shorin-Ryu, having studied it since childhood, and holds a fifth-degree black belt and title of Shihan in that style. “Everyone at my house does karate,” he says. “It makes for interesting family disputes!”
Randy is an avid fan of music and loves that he gets to focus on his main passion everyday at work. “I’d probably do this for free if they didn’t pay me, but you’ll never get me to admit that…..hey wait a minute, you’re not gonna use that are you….HEY!”
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