A life-long capital region resident, Ted has spent 30 years in radio broadcasting, including stints at news-talk stations WGY and WROW. He earned an Associate’s Degree at Schenectady County Community College and a one-year certificate from Adirondack Community College, where he was named college “Broadcaster of the Year.” He is married to Natasha and has four children, Madeline, Isabelle, Isaac, and Micah. Ted and his family attend H.O.P.E. (House of Prayer and Expectation) Fellowship Church in Bennington, VT. Interests include: politics, sports, and bass fishing.
Recently, Ted was asked how radio has changed his life for the better:
“I guess I could say that due to my years in radio, I’ve lost a lot of my fear of public speaking. As a matter of fact, I kind of enjoy getting up and speaking in front of a good size audience so that I may get their reactions to my comments. I’ve actually met many of our God’s Country listeners at various events in the Capital Region. I know radio is where God wants me to be, at least for now. I lie awake nights thinking about how to improve the program and which national news-makers I can interview in future shows.”