88.7 The Bridge Names New Assistant Program Director

88.7 The Bridge (WKNZ, Harrington/Dover, DE and WNKZ, Pocomoke City/Salisbury, MD) has named Mark Dickey as Assistant Program Director and on-air host.

Mark was born and raised in Maryland, spending most of his time in Queen Anne’s County. He got his start in audio production at the age of 13 when he acquired some modest recording equipment for his parent’s computer. He has been recording his own music, as well as his friends’ music, ever since.

Mark is a graduate of Salisbury University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Production. Since then he has been an audio engineer intern at Elevation Church, in Charlotte, NC; and most recently served as Media Director at Eagle’s Nest Church in Milton, DE.

In 2016, Mark married his wife Brittany, and they now reside in Georgetown, DE, along with their favorite outside pet, Karen the Heron (she lives in the pond out back)! Mark plays drums, and built the drum set that he currently plays under the company name “Bridge Custom Drums.” (The name being a complete coincidence… or is it?!)

Mark is currently hosting middays and will move to afternoon drive (3-7pm) in May.

88.7 The Bridge is a non-profit, community-supported Christian music radio station serving most of the Delmarva Peninsula and southern New Jersey via 3 frequencies, 88.7, 92.5, and 94.3.   The station is also available online via its free app or www.887thebridge.com.

 

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