Tom joined KSER in 2012 with more than 30 years of professional broadcast experience in management, programming, sales and marketing. Tom's work includes developing and implementing a new news and talk format on WTAE radio in Pittsburgh; developing an FM talk format on the ‘Buzz’ in Seattle and an all news format on KNWX in Seattle. His management experience includes News and Program Director positions at WBAL, Baltimore; WTAE, Pittsburgh; KTRH, Houston and KIRO, Seattle. He also worked at Affiliate Sales and as Director of Talk Programming at Jones Radio Networks where he developed a syndicated national talk show which was broadcast on 80 stations nationwide.
Ed Bremer, News and Public Affairs Director
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Sondra Santos, Host, Morning Program
Steve Ward, Program Director
Steve's radio career began in the 1980s with stints at 92.5 KZAM in Bellevue, and FM99 KEZX in Seattle. For over 20 years he worked for two major media companies in the in-store music industry creating branded programs for large and small businesses. More recently he owned his own media production company focused on music consulting and web-based training. He continues to host the popular Saturday morning Big Bandstand program on KSER. Steve lives in Edmonds with his wife Helene.
Chris Wartes, Chief Engineer
Chris became KSER's chief engineer in 2007, having previously served the station in a variety of capacities. Chris' professional radio engineering training began with the Navy, but his experience dates back to a childhood fascination with everything electronic. Chris is an active ham-radio enthustiast and a licensed pilot, and he continues to host the long-running Classical Edge program heard Tuesday evenings at 9pm and rebroadcast Sunday mornings at 4am. When he's not keeping KSER's equipment in tip-top shape, Chris works as a professional photographer.