Len grew up outside of Philadelphia and graduated from Upper Darby High School in 1974. Len says it was a great year, because the Flyers – who he had followed since they came into the NHL seven years earlier – won their first Stanley Cup.
Len moved back to Berks County (he lived here in the early ’80s) in 1997, and can’t believe that he’s worked at WEEU – or anywhere else for that matter – for this long!
Len enjoys going to Reading Royals and Fightin’ Phils games, along with both saltwater and freshwater fishing.
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Mike Faust has been hosting Feedback on WEEU since 2001. He has earned six Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters awards in the category of Public Affairs. Mike has a passion for people and enjoys talking about current event news items as well as the lighter side of life.
Mike enjoys doing live broadcasts where he gets to go out to our many different advertisers and do his show. In 2010, Mike hosted 45 live remote broadcasts.
His favorite band of all time is the Beatles. Besides Pennsylvania, his favorite state is Alaska. He loves gardening and mountain biking.
He has a strong faith and can’t wait for you to call him Monday through Friday mornings between 9 a.m. and noon right here on The Voice, 830 AM WEEU!
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Matt Gorney joined the WEEU family in 1995. He has been hosting Good Afternoon Berks Country since the beginning of 2015. He was WEEU’s nighttime guy from 2001 to 2014. He grew up in northern New Jersey and has a degree in communications from the University of Scranton, where he worked at the campus radio station for three years.
Matt’s hobbies include writing, recording, performing, and listening to music, as well as rooting for his beloved New York Yankees. He’s also an avid fan of the NFL and Barclay’s Premiere League. Matt has a hot patient wife and two very well-behaved kids.
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Jack is a graduate of Ithaca College and has been at WEEU since 1956. Jack is the former host of WEEU’s Feedback program. He retired as a full-time employee in 2001.
He and his wife live in West Reading. He is the father of two and the grandfather of three.
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Mike Keller is the host of The WEEU Morning Show and WEEU’s Promotions Director. He joined the WEEU Staff in the summer of 2010 after working for radio stations in Philadelphia and Harrisburg. He grew up right here in Berks County, graduated from Schuylkill Valley High School and attended Kutztown University. Mike also is a graduate of the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Cherry Hill, N.J.
Mike has done a little bit of everything here at The Voice and continues to produce the daily entertainment reports that air during the Afternoon News Update.
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When Dave is not reporting or covering the news, he likes to read novels, listen to classic rock music, and enjoy outdoor recreational activities. Dave also is a passionate baseball fan.
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Dan Neubert has been with the station since 2016. He started as our weekender and quickly began filling in here, there and everywhere! Currently he co-hosts Good Afternoon Berks Country with Matt Gorney weekday afternoons from 3-5 p.m.
Dan grew up right here in Berks County, was part of the last graduating class at Holy Name High School in 2011, and graduated from Albright College with a degree in Communications in 2015. As a former football player, he is passionate about the sport at all levels and is an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan.
Dan is a very passionate and energetic person. Tune in to GABC each weekday from 3-5 p.m. and join the fun!
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Paul Roberts is a graduate of Wilson High School and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
For the past ten years, Paul has been WEEU’s Color Analyst for local high school football and basketball games. He also claims to be better looking than his identical twin brother, Grant.
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