Alanna Crummie is the morning show producer on 98.5 WNCX.
Alanna is a 2016 graduate of Baldwin Wallace University, where she earned a degree in Broadcasting and Mass Communications. She worked for the university’s radio station, WBWC, as on air talent, Street Team Director, Promotions Director, and Programming Director. She was also a 2016 Intercollegiate Broadcasting Society finalist and trophy recipient for Best Show Promo for her specialty show, Chart Toppers.
Born and raised in Medina, Alanna is a native of Northeast Ohio. She has a real passion for film, music, animals, and Halloween.
They said what we’re all thinking.
Maybe they should’ve taken sailing lessons.
This is pretty hilarious.
His final tour begins in May.
I was in tears from laughing so hard.
Won’t you be my neighbor?
“It’s impossible not to think of Chester tonight.”
And both bears are doing great.
It’s a good day to be an Indians fan.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Check out what he says about whether or not he makes it into the Rock Hall.
She is being sued for a song off of her new album.
Bring your pets inside.
The parade is not meant to celebrate our misery.
We’re going to miss you, Slamtana.
Who knew Dave Grohl was so holly and jolly?
Jeff Plate wanted to do what for a career?
Check out everything he had to say.
15 seasons later.
There are even breakfast options here.
Cheap doesn’t always mean it’s a good deal.
The third one is just screaming my name.
I’m not sure how I feel about this yet.
‘Tis (almost) the season.
Some people won’t get power restored for days.
Her story is fascinating.
They should do this more often.
Halloween has more to offer than just candy.
He’s the king of Halloween.
Get a few more good scares in before Halloween is over.
Joel Hoekstra called in to chat about his shared bummer of a baseball post season, playing Cher’s band, and the upcoming TSO shows on 12/29 at The Q.
The Flats resurgence continues.
Jackie talks about his new book, Howard Stern, and more.
#1 might surprise you.
Slats talks with John Lodge of the Moody Blues about the band’s first Rock Hall nomination, his new solo album, and more.
Spice up your season with something new.