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WNTK Personalities

WNTK Talk Radio personalities include nationally known names as well as local folks from around the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Area. Click here for a complete schedule of programs, including call-in telephone numbers and host websites.


Syndicated Personalities

Howie CarrJim BohannanJohn ResnickDr. Joy BrowneRon AnanianDr. Ronald HoffmanMichael SavageBarry ArmstrongWarren EcksteinPaul ParentTom GrishamBruce DuMontBill CunninghamLarry KudlowDr. Katherine Albrech


Local Personalities

Ben Sarro

Live and Local

Coming soon!

Janine Weins

Twin State Journal

Host of Twin State Journal for over 15 years, Janine Johnson Weins grew up on a 150-acre New England subsistence farm. After graduating from high school, she entered the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan. U-M was the family school; Janine's parents, her uncle and her aunt were U-M graduates. Janine wanted to be an engineer like her dad, a '31E graduate.

After graduating (BS EM '62), Janine accepted a position in the Materials Development Laboratory at Pratt & Whitney (P&W) Aircraft in East Hartford, Connecticut, as their first electron microscopist.

While at P&W, Janine was a night student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. After receiving her master's degree in 1965, Janine accepted a job offer from Dr. Edwin Land to manage the Structures Laboratory at Polaroid Corporation. At Polaroid, Janine used the electron microscope and x-ray diffraction equipment to determine the cause of sepia tones in black and white images and of color distortions in Polaroid's new instant color films.

While at Polaroid, Janine studied at the nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After three years, Janine left Polaroid to became a full-time graduate student and teaching fellow at MIT. After receiving her PhD in 1970, Janine, along with her husband, also a Michigan graduate, moved to the Chicago area.

In the Chicago area, Janine managed the Creep Laboratory for Argonne National Laboratory. When Janine and her husband moved from Chicago to New York and later Washington, D.C., Janine worked as a technical expert for the DC law firm Spencer & Kaye, which represented AT&T in what at the time was the largest case that had been heard by the International Trade Commission (ITC). After AT&T prevailed in the ITC case, Janine studied patent law. After passing the patent bar exam, Janine became a Registered Patent Agent (Reg 30,504.) For several years she practiced patent law.

In 1984, the year Janine's father was diagnosed with the cancer, Janine moved back to New Hampshire. In New Hampshire she opened a nonfiction bookstore, YOURidea, which specialized in books to help people protect and promote their creative works. Shortly after opening the bookstore, Janine became the host of the radio program she still hosts, "Twin State Journal."

In 2002, when Janine's mother died, she inherited the family farm. Janine renovated the farm buildings and had the property certified organic. She now manages AHF, Organic Producers, LLC, which sells organic produce to a local hospital and high-end restaurants. (http://www.acornhillfarmvegetables.com)

Greg Fennell

Saturday Sports Talk

A 25-year resident of the Upper Valley by way of the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC, Greg Fennell has been a staff sportswriter at the Valley News in West Lebanon, NH, since 1996. He joined WNTK as host of Saturday Sports Talk in 2008.

Greg began his media career in the DC area shortly after graduating from Hofstra University in 1985, working part-time for Metro Traffic Control until joining WCFR-AM/FM in Springfield, VT, in 1987 as a news reporter. With WCFR facing a sale, he moved to Lebanon's WTSL-AM/FM in September 1987 to become sports director. Over six years, Greg won 20 awards from the New Hampshire Associated Press and New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters for sports play-by-play, sports reporting, news reporting and features. Greg earned the NHAB's top play-by-play award again in 2008 for WCNL-AM for coverage of Newport High baseball.

Greg left full-time radio in 1993 to join the sports staff at the Rutland (VT) Herald, working out of their Southern Vermont Bureau in Springfield and concentrating on high school sports in Windsor and Windham counties. He moved over to the Valley News in September 1996 and has continued there ever since. His duties include coverage of high school and college sports, predominantly hockey, soccer, football and golf. His responsibilities include editing the sports section two nights a week as well as producing the weekly recreation page. Greg has also won several awards for writing and editing, including one for designing a special section highlighting Dartmouth hockey's 100th anniversary season in 2005.

Greg uses SST as a means of augmenting the Valley News' sports coverage, frequently interviewing coaches and detailing stories featured in the paper during the week. In his spare time, Greg is a youth hockey and soccer referee, an avid runner and a follower of all things Washington and sports -- particularly his beloved Washington Capitals, Washington Nationals and DC United -- to a point that leaves his wife perplexed.

Dave Morgan

WNTK Operations Manager

Coming soon!


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