Marc was the first voice of Western Reserve Radio when it was known as Amateur Sports Radio Online. He has since hosted many events on Western Reserve Radio. His career spans nearly 25 years in various capacities but most notably he is the voice of high school football and former host of Youngstown Sports Live on WBBW Sports Radio 1240. You may also recognize him as the voice of Grove City College Wolverine Football.
Dave Ferris works behind the scenes in technology and programming. He brings years of terrestrial radio experience to Western Reserve Radio after having worked at local stations including Sports Radio 1240-Youngstown and Fox Sports 1570. Dave also owned and operated his own digital broadcasting company, "City View" which specialized in covering local sports.
Bob Gessler is a an analyst for high school and minor league/semi-pro football. He has been a football coach in the valley for nearly four decades. Bob has been with Western Reserve Radio since it's inception and is the title sponsor for the "Gessler Propane Studio" of Western Reserve Radio.
Tim Continenza is a sports personality who has been a part of the Mahoning Valley sports scene for last 25 years. Tim is currently in his fourth year as the voice of New Castle Red Hurricanes basketball on WKST News Radio 1200 and the Triblive High School Sports Network. Tim has hosted sports talk in the Mahoning Valley. Most notably was “Valley Sportsline”. Tim has also broadcasted college sports in Western Pennsylvania for Allegheny News Talk Sports Network for Allegheny College and football games for Carnegie Mellon University. In 2017, Tim, along with Anthony Kepley, formed Radio MVP which can be found at radiomvp.com. In 2022, Tim has had a dual role with Western Reserve Radio as well as Lawrence County SportsNet.
Matt Emch is an Ursuline graduate and went on to play football for the Youngstown State University Penguins under Head Coach Jim Tressel, where the program won several national titles. He has been a broadcaster with Western Reserve Radio since the inception in 2017 but has also been on the airwaves in the Youngstown area at Sports Radio 1240, the former Rock 104, and WHTX AM-1570.
Western Reserve Digital Broadcasting, also known as Western Reserve Radio (WRDB), is independently owned and focuses on live sporting events in northeastern Ohio as well as sports talk and news. Our goal is to bring listeners new and exciting programming in 2023.