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— Edmund Burke

James CameronJames Cameron
Wake Up Call
Weekdays 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.

James Cameron attended Queens College in New York. He studied in his late teens and early twenties with the Everyman theater ensemble. Mr. Cameron has over twelve years of on-air radio broadcasting experience and has worked with stations in New York, Philadelphia, Maryland, Virginia and Georgia. He has also worked for The Colonial Williamsburg Corporation as a storyteller and farm interpreter for the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation.


Greg Martin
Martin in the Morning
Weekdays 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Greg Martin has been a Peninsula resident his entire life. After graduation from Poquoson High School, he attended Thomas Nelson Community College and then the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland in Baltimore. Over the years, he has had vast experience in the broadcasting industry working at major Hampton Roads radio stations. Embarking on his radio career, Greg started AM DJ Service which has been in operation since 1981. With the formation of Junior Cotillion in 1985, Greg became the music and sound contractor. In the fall of 2006, Greg and his wife Kay became co-directors of Junior Cotillion. He is currently pursuing a degree at Oklahoma State University.


Laughter for the Soul
Weekdays 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Sunni has spent most of her life in the entertainment business. She started as a young girl performing in amateur theater, then worked her way up into professional diner theater. After honorably serving the United States Air Force for four years, Sunni attended Coastal Carolina College in South Carolina. As a student she was a television weather reporter for TV 4/3 Myrtle Beach and also worked as a print and runway model.  After graduation, Sunni discovered her passion for radio when she worked as a voice-over artist for both local and national television and radio. She has worked in numerous genres of music including Adult Contemporary, Lite Rock, Beach n’ Boogie, and more.  Sunni also produced and hosted her own Jazz program on the WVLG in The Villages, Florida. When asked what makes her happy Sunni will reply, “I love making people smile. That’s what I hope to do!” As part of WMBG FM 97.7 / AM 740 Sunni hosts her program Laughter for the Soul which brings joy to all who listen.


Robert Hodge
Your Show
Weekdays 12:00 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Robert Hodge began to play the piano by ear at the age of four. By age five he was formally studying with a teacher and by age eight he was performing professionally. Today he continues to perform throughout the country at major venues such the Rainbow Room in New York City, the Tivoli Gardens in Las Vegas, the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles, and more. With the five albums that he has released he has found audiences across the world and has performed in Austria, Italy, Greece, Hungary, Germany, and more. Through Robert’s affiliation with the Lion’s Club he produces the annual Bland Scholarship Competition for young musical artists. Recently Robert has expanded his entertainment career to include hosting Your Show on WMBG FM 97.7 / AM 740 each weekday from noon to 3pm.


Ty HodgesTy Hodges
High Power Hits
Weekdays 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Ty Hodges has worked in radio since 2009. Born and raised in Roanoke, VA, Ty went to college at Virginia Tech, where he started contributing to a sports show on Virginia Tech’s campus radio station, WUVT. Ty immediately fell in love with broadcasting and promptly changed his major from political science to communication and started pursuing his broadcast career. He worked for four different radio stations throughout college to pay the bills and pursued a journalism career in Williamsburg after graduating. After giving the journalism lifestyle a try, he decided to return to radio at WMBG FM 97.7 / AM 740. In addition to his afternoon radio shift, Ty now serves as the editor for, where he tells the stories of the people and businesses that make Williamsburg great.


Vinetta RobinsonVinetta R.
Sunday Morning Services
Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

Vinetta graduated from Florida A & M University in 1971. For 19 years she worked at Bankers Trust in New York City in the Funds Transfer Department as an auditor & officer. Currently, Vinetta is a Bank Manager for the Hampton branch of Old Point National Bank. She has worked for WMBG FM 97.7 / AM 740 as a Gospel and Religious Broadcaster since 1987.

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