Nancy Kman started out working in radio as a news reporter and then anchor for WILK. She covered many sensational trials including the Glen Wolsieffer, Jose Sanchez, and Frank Ossellanie murder trials. Nancy dabbled in television news as a reporter for WYOU TV in the early 90’s, covering the Blizzard of ’93 that crippled the region.
Nancy worked as part of the morning show on sister station Froggy 101 before returning to her news talk roots at WILK in 2000. On September 11, 2001, Nancy was at the helm at WILK when 9/11 broke.
In 2007, Nancy was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, followed by numerous reconstructive surgeries.
Nancy is a Democrat, a wife, and mother of two who believes that people come before corporations. She lives in Susquehanna County where she enjoys gardening, reading, travelling, and becoming one with the universe.
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Jason Barsky has been heard on the radio for more than 25 years, in cities like Trenton, NJ, Philadelphia, Sacramento, Harrisburg, and is now happy to call NEPA his home. How do I know that Jason is happy to call NEPA his home? It’s simple. Jason is writing this online bio. Normally, Jason doesn’t speak in third person, but the rules of the online bio state that “all writing needs to be done in third person.” While Jason feels uncomfortable writing in this style, he’s a boy scout who follows the rules.
When it comes to his life off of the radio, Jason likes spending his time at home with his wife, Marisa, and their two children, Sam and Rebecca. No, Jason and his wife aren’t hardcore fans of the show Cheers. Sam was named after Jason’s grandfather, and Rebecca was named after…..nobody. Marisa always liked the name. Jason and Marisa never made the connection to Sam and Rebecca from Cheers until multiple people asked them about it.
What are Jason’s hobbies and interests? Jason can tell you, because again, this is Jason. Jason likes the Cleveland Browns, Pro Wrestling, stand up comedy, and open minded, respectful political discussions. Jason thinks that our current political landscape is far too polarizing and hopes to spend his mornings having conversations, not fights. At the end of the day, we’re all neighbors who should find ways to respect each other regardless of our political point of view. That’s my goal. I mean, that’s Jason’s goal. Wait. Jason’s goal is for Jason to have respectful conversations between WILK listeners and Jason. This is getting confusing. ---Jason (me)