Jenna Milosh is a junior at CPHS, and is in her second year with Crown Town Media. She joined CTM to continue to build her skills in radio broadcasting, and pursue further work with television. Milosh currently spends her time in the studios, working on her 4-day week radio show Jenna From 3-5. When not working for CTM, she is involved in Theatre, several Band programs, and CPHS’s Symphony Orchestra. Later in life, Milosh hopes to work in the field of music education.
Ellie Lockhart is a junior at CPHS and is in her second year with Crown Town Media. She joined CTM to pursue her long time goal of becoming a sports reporter and developing her on-air and telecommunication skills. She is part of the DOG Radio sports live broadcast team and last fall performed play-by-play at the IHSAA state volleyball finals. Lockhart is also a varsity swimmer and a student athletic trainer. After graduation she hopes to attend Alabama University and major in Political Science.
Jonathon Lieber is a junior at CPHS and in his second year as part of Crown Town Media. Lieber joined CTM to further his knowledge in broadcast journalism while focusing on sports journalism. Lieber has been a co-host of Dog Pound Chalk Talk and Dirt for two years. Lieber has a 1st place award from the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters for Radio Talk Show. Jonathon currently plans to attend Ball State University and The David Letterman School of Journalism.
Gene Kolarik is a junior at CPHS and in his second year with Crown Town Media. He joined CTM to pursue his passion for sports journalism and broadcasting and plans to study broadcast journalism in college. Kolarik has been part of the radio team who covers CPHS sports live. He is the football and basketball play-by-play announcer on TheDogRadio.com. Kolarik is a co-host on Chalk Talk & Dirt, the DOG Radio’s evening sports talk show. Outside of CTM, he participates in Fellowship of Christian Athletes and also plays baseball for CPHS. Kolarik is verbally committed to play baseball at Illinois State University.
Morgan Keilman is a sophomore at CPHS and this is her first year with Crown Town Media. Keilman joined CTM to further her knowledge of broadcasting and film. She hopes to attend Purdue University Northwest to further her knowledge of film and radio. Outside of CTM, Keilman plays volleyball, sings, and plans on joining the girls track and field throwing team this year.
Evan Holland is a senior at CPHS and is in his third year with Crown Town Media. He enjoys the production management and technology aspects of broadcasting and plans to pursue a career in Information Technology or Computer Science while applying it to the media field. For TV, Holland produces CPTV’s live sports radio broadcasts and is the technical director for the CPTV newscasts, along with producing regular segments. For radio, Holland is the producer for the DOG Radio morning show, The Morning Bark with KJ, Maddie & Big Z. He is also the webmaster and app developer for Crown Town Media. Outside of CTM, he is a member of the National Honor Society, Business Professionals of America, CPHS Theatre lights and sound crew, and swims long distance events for the boys’ swim team.
Adam is a junior in his 2nd year with Crown Town Media. He enjoys CTM because it gives him a chance to experiment with media tools. He plans on joining the Marine Corps after high school.
Dylan Trathen is a sophomore at CPHS.This is his first year with Crown Town Media. Trathen joined CTM because he wants to pursue a career in broadcast journalism and believes that the experience CPTV provides will aid him on his career pathway. When he is not working on CPTV or The DOG Radio, he is a member of the CPHS improv group, the Stray Dogs.
Noah Thomas is a sophomore at CPHS and this is his first year in Crown Town Media. Noah joined CTM because he has interests in news and sports journalism. He is interested in studying journalism and law in college. Thomas currently co-hosts the Brooklyn & Noah Show with Brooklyn Bisping on the DOG radio weeknights from 7 – 9 PM. Outside of CTM, Thomas is involved with the Inklings newspaper, the track and field team, and the cross country team.
Aidan Siavelis is currently a senior at CPHS and is his second year with Crown Town Media. He joined CTM to learn about video production and cinematography. He plans to attend Columbia College Chicago and major in filmmaking. He is also currently in both the CPHS jazz and concert bands.