George Graham


George is something of a legend in the Northeast Pennsylvania music scene. A masterful engineer, tactful producer and vibrant DJ, Graham does it all.

George was the first employee of WVIA Radio, and has been on the WVIA staff since 1972. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Duke University, where he majored in electrical engineering. He sought to bring the kind of eclectic contemporary music radio programming that marked student radio at Duke (where he was program director) in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He currently hosts the radio programs All That Jazz, Mixed Bag and Homegrown Music.

Chris Zellers


Chris is a restless individual who has his foot in just about every facet of the multimedia experience. He attended the University of Scranton with an original goal of obtaining a Computer Science degree, but that was not to be. Several web design courses were a gateway that led him to exploit his creative side, landing in the Communication department from which he received a B.A. with a concentration in Film in 2006.

With five years professional experience under his belt, Chris has edited national and local films for clients of all sizes. His unwavering eye for graphic design has produced countless print ads, banners, flyers, illustrations, album covers, websites for clients in the Northeast PA region and beyond. Among the many tools in his arsenal is 3D compositing, implemented in multiple show packages and promos. He is the winner of a 2007 Telly Award for the WVIA Kids Clubhouse campaign.

Chris Fry


Chris is a graduate of Kutztown University, earning a B.S. in Telecommunications where he first studied art as a communication design major and worked on campus as a member of K.U.'s production crew where he developed his experience at theatrical lighting and staging.

Chris has 23 years of experience working on a large variety of media productions. He has used his skills on countless studio and remote productions including the nationally televised production, "A Bucknell Candlelight Christmas". He has also acted as director of photography for numerous award winning PBS documentaries including, "Voices from Vietnam", "Follow the North Star to Freedom", "Aids in Rural America", and "The Last Raft" to name a few. Chris has also directed and edited documentaries including, "Tragedy of the 109th", "Walls that Talk", and "150 Years of the Bloomsburg Fair". For his camera work on "The Vanishing American Lndscape" and "Windows to a View", Chris was a Mid-Atlantic Emmy nominee for outstanding individual achievement.