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Megan Duley


Hello, I’m Meg, My first experience in radio occurred when I was asked to stand in for an absent co-host at WLOY, University of Loyola’s radio station. It was a well-intentioned ruse to get me out of my dorm for a surprise birthday party.   Little did they know, they helped me see what I really wanted to do in life. 
I graduated from Emerson College with a Masters in journalism and interned at WBZ1030 and WBUR before coming to the Berkshires.
 When not at LIVE 95.9, you can find me writing or drawing in a nearby café, exercising at the local gym, and reading at the library.
 Originally from Connecticut, I am proud to call the Berkshires my new home.  You can follow me on twitter @meganduley or friend me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pancakebatter"

 
 

Mike Heck


Hi there, my name is Mike Heck, I'm the new afternoon DJ here at Live 95.9, and to say I am pumped is probably the understatement of the century. I'm Boston born, but moved out to Berkshire County 4 years ago to help my brother Bob with his Mobile Dj company. You may have seen me DJing a wedding, karoke show, or trivia night around the county. Along with that, I also have my own sports podcast which is on iTunes called Sports Fan Like Conduct, because I am a huge sports nut, especially the Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins, and Celtics. But I love sports in general. I am also the third of 4 boys in the Heck Family, god bless my parents.
 
I am married to a wonderful woman, and my best friend Holly, and we have a son named Grayson who is going to be a year old next month. Holy Cow, time flies. 
 
I am very grateful for the oppertunity I have here, and those who know me know that will give everything I have for it.
 
You can follow me on twitter @SFLCpodcast. 
 
Best story about a co-worker: My brother and I played in a golf tournament with Slater a couple of years back. So we get to the "closest to the pin" hole and my brother puts his on the green. So we walk up to the ball, and my borther grabs the tape measure on the course to measure how far away he was. As we're leaving the hole, Slater says, "Don't forget your tape measure...wow, you take these tournaments seriously don't you?" After we stared at him for 15 seconds, we slowly went on our way to the next hole. Gotta love that Slater!


 

John Tesh


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