Mark was born near Liverpool, England. At the age of 8 he and his parents moved to the United States and settled in Rochester where he fell in love with radio! After climbing through the ranks at Klem Road North Elementary, Schroeder Middle School and finally Webster Thomas he studied communication at Houghton College. Most of his time was spent on-air at the college station, WJSL. Between shifts he interned at two radio stations in Rochester and one in Detroit. During his senior year he worked as a news reporter for a small network of stations in the southern tier. Mark worked for 102.7FM since 1998, working in production, programming, and on-air. Mark, his wife Christine, son Caleb, daughter Chloe, and dog Bailey live in Webster.
If you missed some of the things Mark talked about on the air recently you can click here to access Mark’s Bits & Pieces.
Mark's Bits & Pieces
Take a look at this amazing golf shot to win a Porsche!
Cregg Jerry, 58, takes it to a robber at a Fresno Starbucks. The robber has a fake gun but then pulls out a real knife. Jerry grabs a chair and takes him on! He overpowers the robber
How many of these TV catchphrases do you know? (There’s a little salty language in a few of them.)
Check out what this Massachusett’s man has done to make people slow down on the road in front of his home.
Take a look at this TV commercial from 1972. Oh how far we’ve come!
Take a look at this amazing video! An SUV runs a stop light, strikes a Detroit bus, and sends it crashing through a brick wall. There are plenty of cameras. The drivers of both vehicles were sent
Okay, so these TV stations send meteorologists out into storms all the time. Take a look at this footage from an Irish TV station. It’s hardly a hurricane but one strong gust interrupts the broadcast…and the anchors
Take a look at this road rage incident! What starts out as a dispute between two motorists quickly involves the whole expressway. http://
If you grew up in the 50s, 60s or 70s, how did you survive? Take a look at this video and see how the times have changed.
Check out this video of a runaway MTA bus in Brooklyn early this morning. The driver stepped off the bus and left it in neutral. Fortunately, nobody was killed.