Weekdays 9 AM – 2 PM
Ravenna’s dedicated to holistic fitness, lifting weights, yoga, meditation, and biking in the Metroparks. She is a Zen organic gardener, avid birder and enjoys reading and traveling. Ravenna supports local farms and locally sourced products.
Ravenna’s radio history includes WMJI and V107.3 in Cleveland, WBOS, WAAF, WHTT, WVBF, and WBZ, WPRO AM-FM and WHJY in Providence, and WOMC in Detroit. Ravenna’s radio career started at WVOI (now WMVY) in Martha’s Vineyard. Ravenna was also a host on the nationally syndicated adult rock “Moonlight Groove” show at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Ravenna was also entertainment reporter and sales executive for the nationally syndicated Open House Party. Ravenna was the first woman to host a morning drive show on Boston radio (WBOS). In addition to her midday airshift, Ravenna works with Steve Pappas in engineering, social media, and music scheduling.
Weekdays & Saturdays 2 PM – 6 PM
Steve Pappas has been active in Cleveland radio since 1993, starting at WQAL/Q104 as the producer of Q 104’s morning show. Steve also worked on-air, produced news, commercials and specialty programming and sales at Q104. Steve was the voice of event updates for the Cleveland Bicentennial. Steve also worked for Westwood syndication, hosting news, traffic, and sports for Cleveland and Akron radio stations. In addition to s on-air shift, Steve is the Operations Manager and Music Director of oWOW.
Monday-Thursday 6 PM – 12 MID
Saturday 6 PM – 9PM
Native Clevelander Chuck Matthews served honorably in the United States Marine Corps, and played semi-pro football for the Cleveland Lions earning all league honors twice.
In addition to being an air personality Chuck is oWOW’s Production Czar, crafting the commercials and audio branding you hear between the songs.
Chuck is a national voice over talent heard on commercials and narrations that include the Super Bowl LI Pepsi Countdown to Halftime, Ohio Lottery, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, The Cleveland Clinic, Alcoa, Swagelok, Matco Tools, the Pro Football Hall of Fame and more. Chuck is also the branding voice for many radio and TV stations across the U.S.
Chuck’s broadcasting career started in 1992 at WHBC AM & FM Canton OH. Chuck joined WMJI and WMMS/Cleveland in 1994 where he would earn two Achievement in Radio awards for his work. Chuck was Program Director for WTRG/Raleigh and WTOD/Toledo. Other history includes WLCL/Atlanta WVBZ/Greenville SC, WONE/WQMX/WAKR/Akron, WNPQ/Canton, WLLD/Columbus. Chuck hosted, produced and wrote a weekly two hour national “Good Time Oldies” radio show for DMX Primestar Satellite (1998-99).
Fridays, 6 PM – 12 midnight,
Sundays, 12 noon- 6 PM
Cleveland native Charlotte DiFranco graduated from Brush High School and earned a BA in Communications with a Concentration in Broadcasting from The University of Toledo.
Charlotte’s broadcasting career began at WMMS/Cleveland. In 2004 she joined WDJQ/Q92.5 FM in Canton as Promotions Director and in 2006 became co-host of the station’s top-rated morning drive show. A contract dispute in 2012 resulted in DiFranco and her morning drive partner resigning to form an Internet radio station and was instrumental in winning a landmark case in Stark County Court of Common Pleas, which ruled that Internet radio is not the same platform as terrestrial AM-FM radio and exempt from non-compete clauses.
Saturdays 9 PM – 12 PM
BluesTime host Alan Greene, a veteran of the Cleveland music scene, was voted Best Guitarist in Northeast Ohio in the 1997 Scene Magazine Annual Readers Poll and the 2004 Free Times Readers Poll. Alan was also a member of Breathless, the reformed Humble Pie, the Innocent, and the Mr. Stress Blues Band. Greene has also performed and recorded with Michael Stanley, Donnie Iris, Trent Reznor, and Pere Ubu. Greene also co-authored “Angel Love” on Carlos Santana’s SuperNatural Legacy Edition.
Sundays, 10 AM – 12 PM & 6 PM – 8 PM
Monica Robins is an Emmy-award winning reporter on WKYC-TV/Cleveland and is best known for providing accurate and pertinent health information as the market’s only full-time TV medical reporter. While she has three decades of television experience, her broadcasting career began in radio. Monica is also the lead singer both the classic rock band, the Whiskey Kings and the current country band, the Ninja Cowboys. Her bands have opened for well-known acts including Daryl Hall and John Oates, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Donnie Iris and the Cruisers, and Michael Stanley and the Resonators. Monica has performed the National Anthem numerous times for the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns, Lake Erie Monsters, the Akron Aeros and for many local law enforcement, fire, and military agencies.