Meet the Spring/Summer DJs!
Makayla Berze was born and raised in Calgary and loves this city with all her heart. She describes herself as genuine, caring and wise. Her interests include sports and adventuring in the mountains, as well as being around kids and animals. Her dream is to become a sports broadcaster or analyst. Makalya is co-hosting More Morning Coffee with Robert Lindgren. They will be bringing you the latest on sports and entertainment, and playing the best tunes to start off your week.
Trevor Chambers is a 3rd year Broadcast Media Studies degree student and an 80’s child to the fullest. He’s excited to share his enthusiasm and vast knowledge of 80’s trivia and music on That 80’s Show, a show he has been hosting on CMRU.ca since Fall 2016.
Always the nostalgia junkie, you can count on spotting Trevor at the pub for any trivia night.
Elijah Levi Flowers-Nelson
Elijah Levi Flowers-Nelson or Dj Levi is a second-year broadcasting student at Mount Royal University. He loves listening to music from various genres and learning about the different messages behind the songs. He is a fan of the more intrinsic and well thought out lyrical hip-hop that was present in the 90’s. On his show which he co-hosts with Dj Miki (aka Ambar), he discusses a new film or TV show every week. From classics like “The Godfather” and “The Fresh Prince” to more modern shows like “Jane the Virgin.” Tune in on Wednesdays from 12 to 1 pm to hear him live on his brand new show, “The Next Episode.”
Alan Foster, the first word that comes to mind when you see him is tall. The first word that comes to mind when he speaks though is WHOA. The young twenty-two- year old aspires to be a voice actor (think the next Morgan Freeman) and so he spends a lot of his time using his voice in practice. When not attempting to sing or do terrible impersonations, he’s listening to music and almost any genre will do. Jamaican born and raised, Alan brings some island spice to CMRU.ca so expect to hear some of his accent and even some Jamaican lingo on his show. Alan is the co-host of Save Slot, a video game talk show, with Nick Thiele.
Ben Goodman is a third-year Broadcast Media Studies student. He has hosted radio shows on CMRU.ca for the entirety of his time in MRU and it is his favourite thing in the world to do. This spring, he is hosting On The Right Track, a show in which he is inviting his best friends and people he has always wanted to collaborate with to co-host the show with him. Each week’s show will have a different theme picked by the co-host of the week, and he wants to use the show to learn more about his guest via in-show interviews. As a life-long fan of late night talk shows, he wants the show to similarly act just as much of a spotlight (if not more) of his guest co-host, as opposed to himself. If you come away from an episode of the show saying “*Co-Host of the Week* sounds like a great person and I want to be their friend,” then he will have done his job.
Mark Griffith is a student here at Mount Royal University in Broadcast Media Studies. He was born and raised in Calgary and loves the city. He’s a big sports fan, especially of the Ottawa Senators and the Calgary Flames. Good times with good people is what he’s all about. He’s played soccer practically his whole life, but music has also been one of his passions. He’s co-hosting Slapping The Bass Sports with Carsten Junker. They will give you the latest Sports news along with playing some great tunes.
Carsten Junker is a student here at MRU for Broadcast Media Studies. He is from a German family but has been born and raised right here in Calgary, Alberta. He’s co-hosting Slapping The Bass Sports with Mark Griffith. They will give you the latest Sports news along with playing some great tunes.
Robert Lindgren is 18 years old. He is in his second year at Mount Royal University but in his first year in Broadcast Media Studies. He was Born in Banff but has lived in Calgary most of his life. He is a very outgoing and positive guy who likes to get up and dance. Robert enjoys most types of music, especially pop songs with a good beat. He is the guy who will try and make you laugh but isn’t afraid to laugh at himself. Robert is new to the radio scene but he could not be more excited to share his voice with world. He has always dreamed that he would see his name on the screen and hopes to become a TV host someday. Robert is co-hosting More Morning Coffee with Makayla Berze. They will be bringing you the latest on sports and entertainment, and playing the best tunes to start off your week.
Andrew Lohin would describe himself as an intellectual conversationalist who is interested in searching for deeper knowledge and interpretations of the world we live in. He is continuously changing and re-evaluating previous notions to best reflect his own logistics and rationale. While Andrew enjoys a spirited discussion or controversial conversation, he has been known to try too hard to be funny. Andrew recently started pursuing stand up comedy and hope to translate his personality from the stage to behind the mic. His goal is to make you want to listen. Hear him on his show Andrew Lohin Uncensored!
Carlos Montesinos (aka. DJ Carlitos) is a 3rd year Broadcast Media Studies student and the host of Good Kid Radio playing 85% Rap/Hip Hop and 15% Other. Hear Carlos on Good Kid Radio every Saturday at 9pm & 1am only on CMRU.ca
Alyssa Plausteiner is a second year Broadcast Media Studies student. She’ll be hosting the Wednesday morning show Ambience airing at 7am. Listeners can expect to be kept up to date on all the latest news, as well as tons of feel good music.
Tyson Reid is bringing back NEW NOISE to CMRU.ca – Every week he will highlight a new Metal/Punk album from some of his favourite artists. Tyson is a 3rd year Broadcast Media Studies degree student at MRU and is excited to play you the best that Punk/Metal has to offer.
Peter Roman was born in Weyburn, Saskatchewan and moved to Calgary when he was 3 years old. He is very excited about getting to start his own radio show. He originally came to Mount Royal University for history and that was his major for one and a half years. He then decided what he really wanted to pursue was broadcasting. It’s quite interesting because when he was in elementary school being a sports commentator was actually the career he wanted to pursue, so it’s very much coming back full circle for him. Peter continues to love sports to this day. His greatest sports accomplishment was running the Calgary Marathon at 18 years of age. When it comes to music Peter was in school band from grade 7-11. He played percussion, which involves lots of instruments, but the drums were always his favourite. He even continued in a band with his friends following high school for a couple years. Music is always something he’s enjoyed, and his optimistic fun attitude is going to make his show one to enjoy and listen to. Check out his show Moments of Genius that focuses on playing great songs and keeping you up to date with Sports news.
Nick Thiele is a first year Broadcast Media Studies student at MRU. One day he just kind of showed up and no one has had the heart to tell him to leave. It’s kinda like when a raccoon sneaks into your garage in during a rainstorm, you don’t really want him in there but you’d feel too bad sending him back out into the rain. He mostly hides under the tables, so no one really minds that much. We just bring him food and water in bowls and leave it in the corner. We can’t spare much from the budget so it’s mostly budget dog food, he doesn’t seem to mind though. At this point he seems to be feral, he’s lost most of his ability to talk and communicates through an assortment grunts and screams. Nick is the co-host of Save Slot, a video game talk show, with Alan Foster.
Katherine Reel & Mica Stiles
Katherine Reel and Mica Stiles are the hosts of THE REEL STILES on CMRU.ca – They are giving the show a break this Spring/Summer but will be back in Fall 2018. In the meantime enjoy the repeats and listen to them play party songs and spill the tea on love, drama and gossip.