“In Tune” with WNHU

Ileana Alvarez-Diaz

For this week’s sweet edition, I got the chance to interview one of our student DJs on WNHU. Definitely check it out! If you’re a fan of John Mayer, Ed Sheeran, and Mumford & Sons, stay tuned.

Ileana Alvarez-Diaz: Please tell us your name, major, and class.

Glenn Rohrbacker: Music Industry, Sophomore.
IAD: What made you want to get involved with WNHU/Charger Radio? What do you do?

GR: I was involved with my high school radio and it was one of my favorite things to do, and I wanted to continue that. I am a DJ. I do my own show every week.

IAD: How’s your experience with station been so far? What have you learned?

GR: I’ve had a lot of fun and a lot of freedom, which is nice. I’ve learned a lot about structuring my own show, and how to have the motivation to do what I need to do to make it better. I’ve also been fortunate enough to host a couple of bands and interview them.

IAD: Favorite thing(s) about WNHU?

GR: The ability to play my own music, no matter how eclectic or old.

IAD: Favorite artists?

GR: John Mayer, Gavin DeGraw, Billy Joel, Bruno Mars, Andy Grammer, and Mumford & Sons.

IAD: If you have a show, care to share a little about it? What time can students tune in?

GR: My show is every Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. on WNHU. On my show, some of the segments I do are iTunes top 10 charts, the latest music news, pop culture news, and really anything that I think people would be interested hearing. I like to play a variety of music, based on how I’m feeling that week, so one week might feature a lot of older music while the next, may feature a lot of Top 40 songs.

IAD: Any last words? Anything you’d like to add?

GR: WNHU is a great part of this campus, and I would love to see more students get involved as well has have the radio station become a bigger part of the campus community.

It’s always great to see how our station plays a role in people’s lives. It’s fantasticThere’s always a place for you to study and jam.

Don’t forget to check out That Radio Show, every Tuesday, from 6 to 8 p.m. on WNHU!