I grew up outside of Philadelphia and graduated from Upper Darby High School in 1974. It was a great year, because the Flyers, who I had followed since they came into the NHL seven years earlier, won their first Stanley Cup.
I moved back to Berks County (I lived here in the early ‘80’s) in 1997, and can’t believe I’ve worked at WEEU-or anywhere else for that matter- for this long!
Now I enjoy going to Reading Royals and Fightin’ Phils games. (It’s a lot cheaper, and so am I)
I also enjoy fishing, both salt water and freshwater, although it’s been many years since I fished in fresh water.
Mike Faust has been hosting Feedback on WEEU since 2001. He has earned six ‘Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters’ awards in the category of “Public Affairs.” Mike has a passion for people and enjoys talking about current event news items as well as the lighter side of life.
Mike enjoys doing “live” broadcasts where he gets to go out to our many different advertisers and do his show. In 2010 Mike hosted 45 “live” remote broadcasts.
His favorite band of all-time is the Beatles. Besides Pennsylvania his favorite state is Alaska. He loves gardening and mountain biking. He has a strong faith and can’t wait for you to call him Monday thru Friday morning’s between 9am & noon right here on the Voice, 830 AM WEEU!
Mitch has been WEEU’s Sports Director since 1984; he’s also handled sports & sidekick duties on “Charlie & Co.” since the show began, and screens calls for “Feedback”. Mitch is about as Berks County as it gets: born and raised in Kenhorst, Gov. Mifflin HS and Albright College grad, lives in Cumru Township with wife Sandy.
Favorite ballparks: Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Fenway Park.
Other favorite places: Walt Disney World; Boston, MA; Stone Harbor, NJ; and anyplace in Maine.
Matt Gorney joined the WEEU family in 1995 and has been station’s nighttime guy since 2001. He grew up in northern New Jersey and has a degree in communications from the University of Scranton, where he worked at the campus radio station for three years. Matt’s hobbies include writing, recording, performing, and listening to music, as well as rooting for his beloved New York Yankees. Matt has a hot patient wife and two very well-behaved boys.
Jack is a graduate of Ithaca College and has been at WEEU since 1956. Jack is the former host of WEEU’s Feedback program. He retired as a full-time employee in 2001.
He is now host of the hugely popular Saturday morning call-in nature program “Jack’s Backyard”.
He and his wife live in West Reading. He is the father of two and the grandfather of three.
Mike Keller is the host of The WEEU Morning Show. He joined the WEEU Staff in the summer of 2010 after working for radio stations in Philadelphia and Harrisburg. He grew up right here in Berks County, graduated from Schuylkill Valley High School and attended Kutztown University. Mike is also a graduate of the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Mike has done a little bit of everything here at The Voice, including serving as a fill-in host on Charlie and Company, The Jo Painter Show and The Sports Democracy. He continues to produce the daily entertainment reports that air during the Afternoon News Update.
‘East Side’ Dave Kline is an award-winning singer / songwriter, performer, host and producer with hundreds of radio, TV and recorded projects in his resume. A voting member of the IBMA and NARAS (Grammy Awards as a producer),
Dave produces and hosts the weekly, one-hour Mountain Folk show which has been on the air in one form or another for more than thirty years. The Mountain Folk show offers a weekly assortment of bluegrass, folk, alpine, critter, outdoor / environmentally-themed, and mountain music and you’re invited to tune in and join us in the Mountain Folk Theater of the Mind for a weekly assortment of interviews and related interludes and topical chats. You’ll be greeted with a hearty “Howdy Hi!” and you’ll be thanked for “coming up the well-worn path to the top of the mountain where you can yank up a stump, sit ‘er down and relax for an hour!” It’s alternative radio and it’s all meant to deliver smiles and toe-tappin’ fun. We’ll see you on the “other side of the mountain.”
Andi Kurzweg is the host of WEEU’s Good Afternoon Berks Country show weekdays from 3pm to 5pm. Andi graduated from Fleetwood Area High School and Pennsylvania State University where she earned a broadcasting journalism degree. She was employed part-time by WEEU for a few years before leaving to work with animals. Andi worked at a local animal shelter and veterinary hospital and became a Humane Police Officer and Certified Dog Trainer from Animal Behavior College. She is thrilled to be back at WEEU and the host of the afternoon drive show. In her free time, Andi enjoys spending time with her friends and family, reading, and spending time outdoors. Andi resides in Fleetwood with her husband Pete and pets.
Dave Langley is our weekday afternoon news reporter and has been in radio broadcasting for over two decades, and he began at WEEU in 1996. Previously, he worked full-time at two Maryland radio stations.
When Dave is not reporting or covering the news, he likes to read novels, listen to classic rock music, and he enjoys outdoor recreational activities. Dave is also a passionate baseball fan.
Roberts started hosting “The Sports Democracy” talk show in 1999.
For the past ten years, Roberts has been WEEU’s Color Analyst for local high school football and basketball games. He also claims to be better looking than his identical twin brother, Grant.
Suzy has more than 35 years experience “on air” in radio and television broadcasting….including more than 20 years right here at WEEU. She has worked as a news director, production director, talk show host and music show host. She’s also worked as a television news anchor and producer and was the first female anchor woman in Berks County. She was also the director, co-owner and a teacher at the Pennsylvania Broadcast Iinstitute which operated in reading for more than 15 years. Working part-time these days, Suzy currently anchors the news on Sunday mornings here at WEEU and she’s the “voice of Boscov’s” where she writes, produces and records the in-store announcements for Boscov’s 41 stores in 5 states.