Weekdays 6-10 AM

Moose & Jody In The Morning

Jody O’Donnell grew up in Maryland. He liked to vacation on the Outer Banks as a child. Jody went to college in Georgia. He worked a couple of other jobs before he got into radio. He was named “Lifeguard of the Year” at the Royal York Apartment Complex. (There was only one lifeguard) Jody also stayed employed at a McDonalds for an undetermined amount of time. His biggest claim to fame under the golden arches was that he always made sure customers got more McNuggets than they actually ordered. Despite showing great promise in the world of fast food, he turned in the Mickey D’s name tag for good in June 1997. Jody’s been at Beach 104 since 1999. That makes him sound really old because he is. He does have a wife and two children that tolerate him on most days. In fact, they think the ‘better’ Jody is the one you hear on the radio. So catch the Moose and Jody in the Morning Show each weekday from 6:00 to 10:00.

Mike “Moose” Smith is a 45-year radio professional, and has been one half of the Moose & Jody Show since 2006. He is the original architect of Beach 104, the most successful radio station in Northeastern North Carolina. Before landing on the Outer Banks, Moose was also a personality and Program Director in the Norfolk, VA, Raleigh/Durham, NC, and Greensboro/Winston-Salem, NC radio markets. He has also been the lead announcer for concerts, music festivals, and has appeared many times on television. Locally on the Outer Banks, Moose has served as the Master Of Ceremony for the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce’s “Reverse Raffle,” the emcee for the Outer Banks Marathon since its inception, and other community events. Moose is a master accordion player and has ties to NASA, a long time “friend” of the Moose & Jody program.

Weekdays 10 AM-3 PM

Lee Foster

Lee Foster joined Beach 104 in January 2020 right before the world started ending, and we’re not entirely convinced that it’s a coincidence. Lee’s story is much like many others who discovered the Outer Banks and instantly fell in love. He grew up just over the border in Chesapeake, VA, and spent seemingly every weekend of his formative years here. He always thought to himself about how wonderful it would be to live here “for real.” After working in radio for over ten years at a handful of different stations in Hampton Roads, the opportunity to live and work on the Outer Banks presented itself to him, and he took it. Aside from that, he’s an avid baseball fan and music collector, and you can hear him playing Today’s Hit Music every weekday from 10am ‘til 3pm on Beach 104!

Weekdays 3-7 PM

The Playhouse with Kat & JJ

Weekdays 7 PM-Midnight

PopCrush Nights

PopCrush Nights blends pop culture, celebrity news, and today’s best new music to radio stations across the country. Tune in each weeknight to hear about today’s hot topics, interviews with the hottest stars, and in-studio performances you can’t hear anywhere else. Matt Ryan has been on the air for over 20 years starting his career at the age of 14. He’s made stops in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and has been a mainstay in the shadows of New York City for over 10 years. He is all about reading the pulse of his audience and connecting from pop culture to everyday life. Matt is an open book that you will absolutely relate and react to, quirks and all. He is a huge fan of live music, hanging with his dog Bo, and is almost done viewing everything on Netflix.