Biography

My passion for radio and audio began very early on in high school. I joined my high school's student ran FM radio station. After graduation, I continued his passion for radio and audio by working at several different local radio stations. I was also involved with his own BlackBerry podcast. I also do a lot of voice over work for numerous stations and podcasts, including the Guys From Queens Network. Podcasting is great because it allows someone the chance to get their voice and opinions out there.

About The Broadcast

Catch “Tech News Weekly” on Fridays from 5pm to 6pm eastern. This show is your home for technology and entertainment news. Hosted by Andrew Zarian and featuring a round table of rotating guests hosts fro different insights, Friday afternoons on GFQ will be your source for a weekly wrap-up for all things “tech.”

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  • This week on the show, Sunkast joins us to discuss the Space X...

    June 08, 2020



    This week on the show, Sunkast joins us to discuss the Space X Crew Dragon launch (and how we all watched it together), Google announcing a bunch of new Pixel features including one to keep you more safe, HBO Max still not being on Roku or Fire TV, Wink back-tracking on their subscription service and Microsoft replaces journalists with AI.

  • This week on the show, Sunkast joins us from the year 2016 to...

    May 28, 2020



    This week on the show, Sunkast joins us from the year 2016 to discuss Wink changing to a subscription model, NASA paying Russia for another Soyuz seat, Google Pixel staff changes, the future of Google Pixel models, HBO Now app being removed from some Apple TVs and Facebook buys Giphy.

  • Running remote operations in their New York studio all the way...

    April 01, 2020



    Running remote operations in their New York studio all the way from Michigan, John “SunKast” Bubb produces live podcasts for the GFQ Network. In our interview, he speaks on everything he is able to do remotely and offers advice on working from home when the physical controls can’t be accessed directly.