Executive Producer - Brotha Fred's Neighborhood
On Air Weekends
MJ was raised in Naperville and attended Benet Academy in Lisle. While pursuing a career in Biomedical Engineering at Purdue University, MJ fell into radio after following some of his friends to their on-air show at a small dorm station, WILY, and instantly knew that media was his passion.
Deciding he was better suited behind a microphone than a Bunsen burner, MJ followed radio to North Central College in Naperville. He honed his skills at NCC's college station, WONC, where he spent part of every day in the studio.
He started his professional career at KISS FM with a promotions internship, and used his tenacity and enthusiasm to dive into different departments throughout the station, including promotions, production, programming, and on-air talent. Known as a "jack-of-all trades," he has been a Promotions Intern, Promotions Assistant, Evening Show Producer, Production Assistant and is currently the Executive Producer on the morning show, Brotha' Fred's Neighborhood.
When not locked in the studio, MJ likes to play golf and video games. He is a HUGE Blackhawks and Sox fan, and a Mountain Dew addict.
So we've got Bulls game 7 TONIGHT at the Barclay center in Brooklyn, but that caused some problems. Rihanna was supposed to preform as part of her tour there tonight, but basketball takes precident apparently. She got the boot, and recheduled for Tuesday instead.
I have to say, I'd be a little upset... especially if I paid out the nose for concert tickets on a Saturday night (thinking I would be able to have a drink or 10) and then find out that the show gets moved to a weekday.
What do you think? Would you be upset? Comment below!
Facebook and the rest of the social media world was flooded with the Dove "Women, you are more beautiful than you think" videos. Even I posted it. I loved it. See below if you haven't seen it.
Well, sometimes, men need the same lesson... except... the exact opposite. Newfeelignstime on youtube came up with the same type of video as a joke to tell dudes, hey, you're not all that.
So there have been some major gripes from Harrison Ford about the new Star Wars movies... particularly that he can't do a single interview or walk down the street without someone asking about it. So he was a class act and made a joke about it on Jimmy Kimmel Live... well played, Han.