Rider University profiles 107.7 The Bronc WRRC-FM and 107.7 The Bronc Retro WRRC2 General Manager, and NJBA Board Chair John Mozes

Rider University has published a profile of radio veteran and current New Jersey Broadcasters Association Chairman John Mozes highlighting his work with the association and how it gives his students a unique perspective into the radio industry.

Mozes, a 30-year industry veteran, has managed the student-run, university-owned 107.7 The Bronc since 2008.  NJBA Executive Director Jordan Walton stated that John, “has been instrumental in leading the NJBA during a time of transition in leadership and positioned the association to tackle industry challenges in 2023 and beyond.”

In the article, Mozes shares his goal to help the NJBA “evolve with the times and always think ‘future forward’ for [its] member stations, so that we may continue to do what we do best, serve our communities through the power of radio.”

The full article can be found on Rider’s website here.

About The New Jersey Broadcasters AssociationThe New Jersey Broadcasters Association is one of 52 trade organizations representing radio and television broadcasters across all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. The NJBA helps to advance radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory, and public affairs, so New Jersey broadcasters can better serve the communities in which they broadcast. Learn more at

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