On-Air Personality Category: On Air

Liz Scott

Liz Scott

Monday – Friday: 7 pm – Midnight


Are you a cat person or a dog person?

I have two cats that I adore, but to answer the question I am an animal person, any animal! If I had millions of dollars, I’d have my own petting zoo with kittens and puppies and pandas and elephants and koalas and bunnies and donkeys and polar bears…the list goes on and on. And they would all love me!

What do you love most about living in the Champlain Valley?

It’s tough to choose between the values, the slower pace, and the beauty. Every time I travel out of state it’s always best to come home.

What’s your favorite thing to cook for other people?

Anything with pasta! Or cocktails!

What is something else (besides radio) that you’re good at?

I’m really good at overthinking things. In the spring I think I’m a pretty good gardener but by the end of summer, I know better. I’m good at cooking and I love to read. I’m really good at researching vacations and making massive spreadsheets to plan them. And I’m great at gift wrapping presents, that’s fun!

How would you describe the way you dance?

I’m a pretty decent dancer but definitely prefer dancing with a partner than on my own in a crowd. Swing dancing is my favorite! My secrets are to let him lead and to smile…dancing is supposed to be fun, right?!

What’s your go-to karaoke jam?

Uh, no. Nope. Never. Not ever. I do not sing in public. I’ve never done karaoke, and there’s not enough booze in the world to get me to change that. But watching others is fantastic!

What’s your most embarrassing moment on the radio?

Such a long list. I tell corny jokes and say dumb things sometimes. I know I’ve said the wrong station’s name more than once. I remember one time I was filling in on a request show and suddenly everything went wrong, computers weren’t working, the phone call got dropped, the song was coming to an end, the whole thing was falling apart in front of my eyes very slowly in slow-motion like a bad dream. And then I said a bad word. And then realized my microphone was on. And then I froze and there was dead air. A lot of it. And then I tried to explain myself which just made everything worse. Epic fail. (Who wrote these questions?!!)

Who is your favorite country artist of all time?

Anything vintage country, for sure…some standouts are Willie Nelson, John Anderson, Reba McEntire, Randy Travis, Pam Tillis, Doug Stone, and George Strait of course…this is why I love Throwback Thursdays on WOKO!

What’s your favorite country song of all time?

So much pressure. Just like all those cute little furry animals, I can’t pick one favorite, I love so many! Crystal Gayle’s “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,” John Anderson’s “Straight Tequila Night,” and Eddie Raven’s “I Got Mexico” are some of my most played.

What’s your favorite thing about 98.9 WOKO?

I love our listeners! And the Morning Roundup, of course, who doesn’t??!

Sarah Spencer

Sarah Spencer

Monday-Friday: 2 pm-7 pm From line dancing on flatbed trucks in parades to mc’ing major headliners like Reba, Alan Jackson, Willie Nelson and Shania Twain, Sarah has been entertaining listeners in the North Country since the beginning. A veteran announcer for WOKO, she left radio to pursue marketing in the telecom and cable industries, eventually…Continue Reading

C.K. Coin

C.K. Coin

Monday-Friday: 9 am-2 pm Wow! In radio since 1975? It’s been a long, strange trip, and I’ve enjoyed it all. From Albany, Syracuse, Poughkeepsie, Utica/Rome in New York, to West Lebanon in New Hampshire, to celebrating my 20th anniversary on August 12, 2016, here at 98.9 WOKO, I’ve met so many great folks and been…Continue Reading

Rod Hill

Rod Hill

Monday-Friday: 5 am-9 am – The Morning Roundup Rod was the original host of the Morning Roundup before it was called the Morning Roundup. Rod is a born and raised Vermonter and has been on the radio at various stations in Burlington for over 30 years. Rod has hosted over 1,000 wedding receptions since 1977,…Continue Reading

Wild Bill Sargent

Wild Bill Sargent

Monday-Friday: 5 am – 9 am – The Morning Roundup In July 2001, Wild Bill joined the Morning Roundup after a few years on WOKO’s Night Show, Cryin’ Lovin’ or Leavin’. Bill also serves as the Music Director on WOKO, so if you have any issues with the music you’re hearing on Big Country, it’s his…Continue Reading

Gigantic Indoor Flea Market

Sunday, April 16 from 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM at Champlain Valley Exposition. The Gigantic Indoor Flea Market features tag sale items, crafts, antiques, and more, and is a great opportunity for those looking to buy – and sell – bargain merchandise and related goods. Sign up for your table today!