Hi, I’m Fish. Yes that is my real name. I have a first name, but nobody uses it, so I don’t bother with it anymore. My family moved around a lot when I was a youngster and settled in New Hampshire when I was 16. I graduated from Souhegan High School where I played hockey and baseball. I spent four glorious years at the University of New Hampshire where I earned my Bachelors Degree in Communications with minors in English and Sociology. I interned at the Shark and began my radio career here in 2002
When I'm not broadcasting on The Shark, I'm planning my next trip to Las Vegas, NV. About 10 days a year I play craps there with short breaks during which I make sports bets and eat mountains of food..mostly from Sbarro. My other 355 days are spent watching and rooting for the Sox, Pats, Bruins and Celts. I love Twitter because I can instantly post a joke or my fiery dissapproval about something before the moment passes and I forget about it entirely
I got my start in radio at the "freewaves"- WUNH in Durham. I then climbed Mt. Rialto and broadcast from the "Elegante Ballroom"! I rocked at other seacoast stations before landing at the Shark, and I've been with the Shark since it's first day on the air. My interests include music, radio, television and sports. My hobbies include (see above) - plus reading and drumming! My pet peeves: finding more each day.
I started in radio as an intern 24 years ago, and that turned into a part-time job. I was also at the University of WUNH-Durham, soaring on the Freewaves even after graduation, all the while continuing to pursue my radio career. I have worked at many wonderful stations in the area, including Mt. Rialto Radio, 92 CDQ, and have worn many different hats through the years. After a few years of absence from radio, I just couldn't stay away. Once you are bitten by that bug, you are infected for life! I'm so happy to now be a part of the awesome radio family here at The Shark!
Nikki Cruz started her entertainment career in television as a teenager, growing up on a military base in Seoul, South Korea. She first appeared as a singer and dancer on a hit TV show called "Young Parade," and hosted an evening rock show on AFN where she fell in love with radio. After high school, Nikki moved to San Antonio, Texas to attend college. She was initially unsure about a college major, but eventually decided on mass communications
Robyn James began her love of radio at the age of 6, when her parents pulled her from brain-melting TV, and dropped a reel-to-reel in her lap. She immediately recruited friends to voice parts in McDonald’s commercials. While attending a northern NH high school, she created her own internship at WZPK (the original Peak FM) in ’87, before beginning a colorful scholastic career at Lyndon State College. She continued to travel to North Conway to do live shows on the Peak: Weekends, Nights, Middays, then Afternoon Drive, all while earning an Associates of Science in TV Production, a minor in graphic design, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Communications/ Radio Performance, Scriptwriting and Production
Chris Clark got his radio career going while in high school. He began by making cassette recordings for friends using a mixing board and two turntables. He would record as if he was actually broadcasting and use their initials as a station ID. That, believe it or not, struck it big with his closest friends. After high school he joined the U.S. Army as a Broadcaster, working in both TV and Radio in which he traveled the globe. He once did a TV show in Iceland! He has since retired from the Army after serving on active duty and part-time as an Army Reservist for 21 years