Pure Radio's Directors
Matt Clark is very excited to bring his love of music and radio to Pure Radio. Before becoming the program director, Matt hosted three radio shows for WRFW which he plans to continue. In his free time, Matt enjoys playing in bands and recording music. He is also an avid fan of old TV shows and the Minnesota Twins. His favorite bands are The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams, Oasis, Death Cab for Cutie, and The Rolling Stones.
Riley "Ace" Sauerwein email@example.com
Ace has been with WRFW for a year since coming to UW-River Falls from UW-Whitewater. Sauerwein is a big Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers fan. He looks forward to bringing his talents to the directors table.
Ryan Odeen, journalism major born and raised in Saint Paul. Email me for more information on joining the news team at WRFW.
Public Affairs Director
Cierra Essock is a senior studying Agricultural Education and Dairy Science. This is Essock's third year being a part of WRFW and she's proud to be serving as the Public Affairs Director for the 2016-17 school year. She has hosted two news/public affairs shows on the station, "Cream of the Crop" and "Hayloft Happenings. Last year she decided she needed to get her music fix in too, so she now hosts "Cows&Country," where she talk cows and play country music, as if you couldn't already tell! If you have something you'd like the UWRF campus and River Falls area to know about, don't be shy! Send a message via email and she'll try to get your voice on air.
Lindsay Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Rick is a card carrying member of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Radio and Television Artists (SAG-AFTRA). He teaches audio and video storytelling at UWRF and since 1998, he’s enjoyed being associated with that roller coaster ride we fondly call, “Pure Radio 88.7.”
Sandy teaches broadcast news writing and reporting and provides guidance to WRFW’s news and public affairs staff. She has worked as a radio news director and reporter, TV reporter/photographer and a newspaper reporter/photographer. Sandy also spent 3 years as a TV “weather girl” in the days when that was a common term for weather reporters who were women. She still wonders why the men weren’t called “weather boys.”
“I fix what they break.”