Weekdays, 6-10 AM. Jason is a longtime radio broadcaster, podcaster, musician, union organizer, community activist and stand-up comedian. He’s also a dad. Jason’s show, The Morning Mixtape, airs weekdays from 6-10 AM and includes conversations on a wide range of topics, including topics most other radio stations won’t touch. The show also features lots of laughs, usually in the form of Jason messing up some basic thing he does every single day.
Weekdays, 10 AM-3 PM. Jason, “a home-grown local,” graduated from Penn State in 2005 and has worked in radio broadcasting for more than 15 years. He’s also a local Realtor who has worked in the Centre County real estate market for more than a decade. Jason and his wife have a fun-loving 3-year-old son (with another child on the way in early August). This will make him the ultimate “family man.” No…he doesn’t have a minivan yet… but is getting close to owning one. Outside of work and family, Jason enjoys all kinds of sports while he sits and eats junk food on the couch. (What, you thought he actually played sports? C’mon!) His favorite saying is “life is what you make of it” and he abides by it every day.
(Weeknights 7-11 p.m.) Marci gets recognized a lot, but people have a hard time pinning down exactly how they know her. Perhaps they attended a wedding she officiated? Or stumbled across her in the wilderness either snowboarding, mountain biking, climbing, perhaps even paddling? Maybe they saw her on stage acting or singing, or in that web series from a while back? Whatever the case, you can be sure to know her now from the radio, where her voice crawls through your speakers.
Host of FREQ U – Classic College Radio from the 70s, 80s and 90s / Saturday mornings from 8-10am (Rebroadcast Sunday nights from 8-10pm)
Radio’s Don Bedell has always loved radio. Even as a child, he had his own radio station in his bedroom. No one could hear it except him, but that didn’t stop him. Don was on the air on college radio stations in the days when college radio could make or break a band. In a career that has taken him from Ohio to California to West Virginia and here to Pennsylvania, Don is proud to see the creation of The FREQ and thankful for the response from listeners in Centre County and beyond.