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Jack Jock

Bronc Rock

Mondays & Wednesdays 5-7 PM

“I wanted to do my own rock show on The Bronc, essentially. I was very inspired by the idea of the ‘Underground Garage,’ which is a really big independent radio show run by Steven Van Zandt of the E Street Band. I wanted to just do that pretty much, but I kind of hybridized it with my own performing aspects Originally it was just meant to be a lot of cut songs that I wanted to cover, but I also wanted to structure them in the sequence of an album. Trying to make the songs that weren’t

as great play early and save the best for last. That’s kind of how I keep doing it, except now it’s not as many songs that I want to cover anymore, it’s like songs that I really love.”

Smiling student holding microphone

Everything New York Sports

Mondays 4-5 PM

“Basically I wanted to join the radio station a while back, so I decided to produce a show on The Bronc about New York sports, because I realized the station didn’t really think have a sports talk show that only talked about New York sports. So, I created ‘Everything NY Sports,’ with the focus on those teams, because we’re so close to the tri-state area and New York City.”

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Rider’s Top 40iest Top 40

Tuesdays 4-5 PM

“I was asked to create a radio show for 107 7 The Bronc and, and I was just thinking of names, and ‘Rider’s Top 40iest Top 40’ kept coming back to me, because it was really funny. I was like ‘Rider Time’ is kind of a weird one, I’ll go with ‘Rider’s Top 40iest Top 40.’ I didn’t expect to get a radio show, especially because I’m a freshman and freshmen don’t usually get that opportunity.”

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Rider Ranks

Saturdays 6-7 PM

“Carlos was my first Rider friend, and I convinced him to sign up for the radio station and then John told us about student shows-and Carlos came to the meeting with me-and he’s like yeah, you guys can make a show. We both looked at each other and were like ‘Yeah, let’s make a show.’ We discussed what we should do and we both talked about our interests, and we both found out we both like tier lists, so we kind of just went like ‘Why don’t we make a show where we rank different things?’

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Tri-State Tunes

Tuesdays 5-6 PM

“We started the show last semester in like February/ March. Basically, we play local music from people around the Tri-State Area, which honestly for us is New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut in some special cases. And then we have them in-studio for interviews to chat. It’s such a good way to connect with local bands that don’t really know how to start their following and want to have a fan base and everything. It’s really nice because we’ve made really good connections with local artists.”