CCB Media’s award-winning CapeCod.com NewsCenter provides the Cape Cod community with a constant, credible source for local, regional, and national news.
We are on the job seven days a week, 365 days a year.
You may reach the Cape Cod Broadcasting NewsCenter at 508-771-1224 ext. 104 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Pitta – News Director
Matt Pitta has been covering Cape-centric news for more than two decades and is the host of “Cape Cod This Morning,” formerly heard on 95 WXTK. Pitta began his career at Boch Broadcasting and had previously worked at Cape Cod Broadcasting Media from 1996 until 2002. Along with his prior tenure at CCB Media, Pitta spent six years as Broadcast Editor of the Associated Press’ Boston-based bureau. A three-time Edward R. Murrow award recipient, Pitta has also served as a professor of journalism at Emerson College and Suffolk University, both in Boston.
A resident of Carver and a self-professed “radio nerd”, Matt McCarthy was bit by the radio bug while attending Ithaca College. Matt served as a news reporter, DJ, and sports reporter for 91.7 WICB, Ithaca College’s award-winning student radio station. In 2012, Matt interned with the Bourne Braves of the Cape Cod Baseball League, where he served as a play-by-play broadcaster. Following graduation, Matt spent a summer broadcasting games for the Portland Sea Dogs (the Double-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox). Matt can also be heard on 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston where he serves as a weekend host and update anchor.
Brian Merchant – News Reporter
Brian Merchant grew up in Central Massachusetts and now lives in South Dennis on the Cape. He has long been a fan of radio, particularly sports radio. He studied radio broadcasting at the University of Tennessee and began his career on the college radio station WUTK 90.3 The Rock and the local affiliate WNOX 100.3. Equally comfortable as the weekend morning anchor and running the operations boards, he has been part of the news team in the CapeCod.com New Center since the spring of 2014.
Justin Saunders – News Reporter
Born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Justin Saunders got involved in news after completing internships in Detroit, Michigan for the NBC and ABC affiliates in the sports and news departments. As a graduate of the St. Clair College Journalism program in Windsor, Justin has worked as a Morning Show news anchor of Astral Media in Fort St. John, British Columbia; news writer for CTV Windsor; reporter for the Tecumseh Tribune in Tecumseh, Ontario; and assignment editor for NBC KRNV-TV in Reno, Nevada. When not at work, Justin is watching his favorite Detroit sports teams.
Jay Rogers – News Reporter
Jay Rogers comes from a radio family and has been involved in broadcasting since late 1991 when he started on his school’s cable access television show in the seventh grade. Getting a Wednesday night show on Providence’s Country music legend WHIM Country his senior year in high school, he also earned his first amateur radio license earlier that same year. Rogers has also been coming to the Cape for vacation since 1990 and has collected many bumper stickers from the Cape’s stations in that nearly quarter-century. In the Providence area, he is working on revitalizing a hometown AM radio station.
Adam Forziati – News Reporter
A native to Cape Cod, Adam Forziati spent much of his Westfield State days as a DJ and Music Director at WSKB. His time in Berkshire County also included writing a multimedia series on the Hill Towns of Route 20. He loves using photographs, sound clips and strong writing together in a story, and is inspired heavily by podcasts. When not at work, Adam can be found taking photographs, watching films and cooking spicy foods.
Dave Read, Weather Forecaster
“It’s a 3-B guarantee or double your sunshine back!” Dave Read, who has been with WQRC since 1979, resides in Sandwich and is this region’s only full time local weather forecaster. He enjoys the creativity radio requires and describes it as another acting venue, where you have to think on your feet or some other way, to keep it fresh. He’s proud to have received the AP “Radio Weathercast of the Year award” for three years running; and after winning it 3 times in a row, the award was retired by AP. When not at work, Dave can be found running around the Cape with his wife and digital camera taking pictures of the beauty and history that surrounds us.