Our on-air talent bring more than 275 years worth of broadcasting experience to the Impact Radio stations. Collectively, they’re on air 48 hours a day, 240 hours a week!

JAMES GARNER | 96.1 BOB FM, MY 102.7 FM & 96.5 The Alternative

Program Director
Weekday Talent.

James Garner is a lifelong resident of the Treasure Valley (Yes, his real name is James Garner. No, he is not James Garner the movie star). James has over 14 years of experience in Boise radio and has been the creative genius behind 96.1 Bob FM for the past five years. Born and raised in the Treasure Valley, James is a husband and father of four children. From snow sports, to jet skiing, James enjoys all the outdoor activities Idaho has to offer.

VIJAY | WILD 101.1

Assistant Program Director
Weekdays. 2 PM to 7 PM.

Vijay is a Washington D.C. area native who has been doing radio since 2008. His extended family tree is filled with quick witted, outgoing, funny individuals who have definitely influenced who he is today and how he does his job on the airwaves at night.


Weekdays. 6AM to 10AM

Brooke & Jubal bring high-energy, laughs and the best in pop culture to listeners every day. Featuring hilarious bits, phonetaps, and Young Jeffrey’s Song of the Week, the top-rated program entertains audiences in cities all across the country with conversations on the latest happenings in music and entertainment.


Weekdays. 7pm to 11pm

DJ, rapper, and radio personality Tino Cochino splits his time between hosting a radio show in Phoenix and recording his own party rap anthems. A native of Lubbock, Texas, Cochino first began working as a radio DJ while still in his teens. As his popularity grew, he made the move to bigger markets, first to San Antonio, and finally to Los Angeles where he started out part-time as the night board operator at KIIS FM. Eventually, Cochino worked his way up at KIIS to running the boards for Ryan Seacrest’s morning show.


Weekdays. 6 AM to 10 AM

Kevin and Brenda Mee have been a fixture on the radio in the Treasure Valley since August of 1998. Their community efforts have been unparalleled within the radio industry, raising money and awareness in countless selfless acts.


Program Director
“Afternoon Bull-Ride” from 2 PM to 6 PM

2016 marks his 32nd year for this veteran broadcaster. Chuck is a native Texan with ties to Arizona, Nevada and Idaho. As the voice of The Bull, Chuck’s listeners have a devoted connection to his credibility and honesty when endorsing clients’ products and services.

Tommy Gee | 101.9 THE BULL

“Evening Bull-Ride” from 7 PM to 10 PM

I love the Idaho lifestyle! And the SNOW!  Winter is my favorite time of year, probably because Christmas is my favorite holiday. For me to be able to play real country music on the radio is a blessing.  And just knowing that Idahoans prefer REAL country songs makes it even better! Thank you so much for listening to The Bull Station!


Weekdays. At Work “Bull Ride” 10 AM – 2 PM

After following her famous father into the business of Country radio in the early 80s, Mona has been cruising the airwaves of three Western States. Combining a classic voice with a real, loving knowledge of Country Music, listeners in the Treasure Valley can count on a great show each and every weekday. Mona loves fast cars, Mopars and charge cards. Listen to her family friendly show each Monday through Friday from 10AM to 2PM on 101.9 The Bull.
Curtis Booker MY 102.7

BOOKER | Wild 101

Program Director
Weekdays, 10 AM – 2 PM

Originally from Michigan, Booker is more than excited to live in the Northwest region once again. Celebrating his 16th year in radio, Booker has a well-rounded cultural experience from living in some of the most interesting parts of the country but mainly has spent a majority of his career in the Mountain West. A husband and father of two, Booker enjoys meeting people from all walks of life.


Weekdays. 10 AM to 2 PM

Meredith grew up in Central Illinois in farm country. She graduated from Illinois State University’s broadcasting program and has been on the radio ever since. When Meredith’s not keeping you company on MY 102.7, she’s probably running her kids around town to their baseball and soccer games with a large iced coffee in her hand!


Weekdays. 5AM to 10AM

As a child, Johnjay Van Es always dreamed of being on the radio. He applied for an internship in San Diego and eventually started working in sales but he never let go of his lifelong dream to be on the air. It wasn’t until 1996, after training with the LA-based improv troupe The Groundlings that he would get his first on-air job hosting a morning show in Cincinnati.


Program Director
“The Drive.” Weekdays 2 PM to 6 PM

Joey Jenkins was raised in Northern Idaho and knew from a very young age that he wanted to be in sports broadcasting. Though his dad thought he would be a TV weather man, Joey ended up as a sports radio host.

Alex Gold


Assistant Program Director
“The Drive.” Weekdays 2 PM to 6 PM

Alex Gold grew up in the Kansas City area with a passion for sports beginning in his childhood. Most Sunday’s involved going with his family to the Kansas City Chiefs games and being around sports. His passion for broadcasting began all the way back in High School when he would anchor the schools sports television broadcasts.

Sean Peabody

SEAN PEABODY | ESPN Boise Producer

ESPN Boise Producer

He is often mistaken for the bouncer or security guard but behind that tough exterior is a true comedian. With his passion for comedy and
charismatic personality, Sean P owns any stage with a mic. He’ll have you laughing until it hurts.


Program Director
Weekdays. 6AM to 10AM

It all started in the basement of his Colorado Springs home when he was a teen, playing DJ with his 45’s.  He was having fun but didn’t really give it much more thought until college when he had to declare a major.  While thumbing through the class catalog, he came across The Communications Department and BINGO, he found his home.


Weekdays. 10 AM to 3 PM

Margo cut her teeth on the airwaves in her hometown of Salmon, Idaho where she hosted the hour long “Contemporary 96” show.  “We were allowed to play the new music for an hour after school” Margo recalled,  “so from 4:00 to 5:00 we played songs from The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and The Commodores and whatever else was on the charts then.”


Weekdays. 3 PM – 7 PM

After spending most of his youth at a mountain Alpaca farm, Bryan longed for life in the big city and dreamed of days of listening to Top 40 radio full time. Being grateful to all whom carefully guided him throughout his new career, he now knows who to blame.

Bryan started his radio career while in high school after reading a help wanted ad for someone who could empty garbage cans, change light bulbs and wasn’t afraid of heights. He was soon employed at the local radio station in Mountain Home to sweep floors and climb the antenna tower.