In the college media streaming system, musically based offenses are considered especially heinous. In Granville Ohio, the dedicated DJs who run the show are members of an elite squad known as the Doobie Executive Board. These are their profiles. Dun dun.

Josh Poe (‘21)
Station Manager

Josh, as the station manager, also runs the show "And a side of fries with Josh Poe". Josh is a junior from Pittsburgh, PA studying commerce, media, and the arts. He really like the song Pet Sematary by the Ramones way too much. The goal of the show is to have a new guest each week and come and just create a chill mood. His shows also usually have input from a group of 25+ year old friends, called the "chat". His show is also a podcast that usually has input from a friend, Barz. Josh would describe his show like you are living with him its the same few songs over and over with a bunch of weird commentary and sounds in between. Side of Fries with Josh Poe show is 1:30 to 3:30PM on Thursdays.

Adam Venrick (‘21)
Alumni & Community Outreach Director

Adam runs two shows here at the Doobie. His two hour Friday 3:30-5:30 Adam’s Apple mixes classic rock, alternative and jazz in a pleasing and crowd friendly way. His position is shown better in his talk-show The Coffee Hour (Thursdays 8:30-9:30 AM) which doubles as The Doobie’s premier podcast, where he interviews interesting people in a variety of fields including community members, students, alumni and professors.

Isabella Ponader (‘21)
Art and Public Relations Director

Isabella has been a DJ at the Doobie for three semesters so far. She is in charge of creating digital art and managing the social media pages. Isabella is obsessed with all things ethereal and surreal, especially dreamy music. Isabella’s radio show ~ A Cosmic Encounter ~ is Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Her show features a mix of everything from psych rock to bedroom pop to the occasional meditation chant. Tune into her show if you are looking to escape reality and ascend the astral plane!

Amanda Trautmann (‘21)
Program Coordinator

This is Amanda’s third semester as a Doobie DJ. Her show, “The Autumn-Rose Parade,” is on Thursdays (7:30-9:30). The name of the show is a combination of her middle name, Autumn-Rose, and a play on the name of annual The Rose Parade, held on New Year’s Day in Pasadena, CA. The show focuses on a different theme every week. Tune in to hear the weekly theme, which can vary anywhere from 80s Female Artists to DIY Bands from her hometown, Philadelphia.

Olivia Vrablik (‘22)
Media Director

Olivia is a sophomore studying Cinema and Narrative Journalism. She is in charge of sharing recently released music with Doobie listeners and planning artists to visit campus for events like Doobie Palooza. Her favorite genres include new wave, hip-hop, alternative rock, and electronic pop but she’s always down to pull out some 2000s hits. She has two shows, “The New Music Show” Mondays from 5:30-7:30 and “Vibe Check” Fridays from 5:30-7:30.

Jake Gunther (‘22)
Technical Director

Tune in Wednesday nights from 9:30-11:30 and get your week right with some fresh RAW EGGS FOR BREAKFAST on The Doobie. Varying from rap hitmakers like Earl Sweatshirt, Freddie Gibbs, and MF DOOM to alternative psychedelic groups like Mild High Club and Tame Impala to hip newcomers like Slowthai and Omar Apollo there’s always a little something for everybody. Hosted by Jake Gunther alongside longtime co-host Antonio Zacco, and illustrious guests each week, RAW EGGS FOR BREAKFAST bends genres and always prioritizes quality sound. So get right, get ready, and get raw for some eggcellent tunes.

Madie Mendels (‘21)
Finance Director

Catch “The 616” to listen to a mix of alternative, femme artists and edgy indie. You can always rely on a mix of Girl in Red, Indigo De Souza, and Beach Bunny to get you through your week!