Chris Boros is WMRA’s Program Director.
He’s been working in public radio for more than 20 years from his first job as a student employee at WKSU to hosting All Things Considered in New Mexico. Originally from NE Ohio, Chris has worked at five public radio stations and had a short stint in commercial rock radio. He’s been a production and operations director, music host and programmer, reporter, behind the scenes producer, technical director, and he studied radio/tv production at Kent State University. His biggest accomplishment is when he created cassette tapes at 7, pretending to be a radio DJ, counting down his favorite songs. His first official radio gig was as Entertainment Reporter for a High School show at 14. It’s all about radio and audio for Chris. In his free time, Chris hangs out with his wife, Genesis, and their two dogs and cats. He plays guitar, writes songs for fun, and records demos for nobody to hear. Chris digs b-movies and likes pondering mysteries. His main passion is music with Celtic, folk, and progressive rock at the top of his list. Alice Cooper is one of his heroes and he has a secret love affair with the Mellotron.