On-Air Talent (Specials Unit); Broadcast Engineer
Phil Laskorski joined WBXO Radio in 2007 as co-host of "Sunday Night Live." He comes from a radio background, having worked commercially at WGRC-AM in Spring Valley, NY and collegiately at WARY-FM in Valhalla, NY and at WICR in New Rochelle, NY. He served as WBXO's Program Director from 2009 through 2019, and is now a member of the station's Specials Unit., Phil created WBXO's slogan -- "Classic Rock ... Redefined!" ... to address his love of the New Wave music of the '80s, much of which he played on "Sunday Night Live."
On-Air Talent (Relief)
Doug Danziger joined WBXO Radio in the spring of 2016, and currently serves as relief talent on various programs such as "Jangle Time" and "Sunday Night Live" -- and anywhere else his services are required. Doug’s interest in radio began in the '70s, as he was a huge AM pop radio fan. In 1980, he got his first break in broadcasting when he became an intern at WGCH-AM in Greenwich, CT. Subsequently, he became involved in high school radio; from 1984 through 1986, he was an on-air personality/DJ and daytime top 40 program director at WARY-FM in Valhalla, NY. He loves all music genres and features many of them on his shows, including classic rock, pop and soul from the '60s through the '90s.
Producer / On- Air Talent
Laura Picardo works in the WBXO Radio Specials Unit. She worked in non-commercial radio while attending and graduating from Marquette University in Wisconsin, joining the WBXO ranks in 2008. She produces most of our long-term Christmas and St. Patrick's Day-themed shows, and is a valued member of the team. Rumor has it she enjoys Irish soda bread!
Jim Lennon, our Facilities Director at our WBXO Studios hails from sleepy Poughquag. The master carpenter reportedly spent his formulative years building cabinetry for the King of Prussia who demanded absolute perfection in order to keep his wife, Queen Sheeba off his back. Jim’s passion in life is playing dueling harmonica’s with WBXO’s Richard Carlson in the WBXO parking lot after hours.
WBXO Music Consultant Robert Marble began listening to classical music at the very early age of ten, and by the age of 12 had gotten heavily into rock music. A walking encyclopedia of the genre, Bob brings with him years of rock knowledge which he shares with the WBXO staff and listening audience audience every time he makes music recommendations (which may range from The Eagles to ELO to Vanilla Fudge) from his vast collection. WBXO is very fortunate to have Bob’s expertise as needed.