Jeff Speck

Jeff Speck

After 20 years in radio and TV broadcasting this hometown, Huntingdon guy shifted gears spending the next 15 years in newspaper industry. But whether behind the microphone, in front of a camera or serving subscribers it all boils down to the same thing – know your audience and be relevant to what’s going on in the community. That’s why Jeff is excited to return to radio back to his hometown where he started in the business in 1979 at WHUN.

Jeff was hired as News Director at WHUN just days after graduating from H.A.H.S. He eventually became the morning announcer, getting things going each day leading into the Don Stuller show. Don was one of the original WHUN staff members who was on the air since the station signed on in March, 1947.

Jeff looks forward to reconnecting with the listeners in the area. This ‘kid’ from Huntingdon is glad to be back home and part of the Hunny 103.5 team – which will bring some fun and The Greatest Hits of All Time everyday.

Latest Posts

Hunny News for June 28th

Hunny News for June 28th

THE AMTRAK, PHILADELPHIA TO WASHINGTON D.C. CORRIDOR IS CLOSED THIS MORNING AS THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES INTO AN OVERNIGHT ACCIDENT ON THE RAILS JUST OUTSIDE OF WASHINGTON. AMTRAK SAYS THE FIRST SEVERAL COMMUTER TRAINS WILL BE SUSPENDED THIS MORNING. PENNSYLVANIA GOVERNOR TOM WOLF SIGNED LEGISLATION YESTERDAY WHICH MAKES IT A CRIME TO IMPERSONATE A MEMBER OF […]
Hunny News for June 27th

Hunny News for June 27th

POLICE IN BENNER TOWNSHIP, CENTRE COUNTY SAY A MAN IN A CAR WITH A BLUE LIGHT ATTEMPTED TO STOP A FEMALE DRIVER ON EAST COLLEGE AVENUE. THE WOMAN REPORTED THAT A HEAVY SET MAN WITH DIRTY BLONDE HAIR WEARING A BLUE UNIFORM STARTED B ANGING ON HER WINDOW TELLING HER TO GET OUT OF THE […]
Hunny News for June 26th

Hunny News for June 26th

CREWS RESPONDED AT AROUND 9:00 SUNDAY EVENING TO A CALL FOR TWO MISSING KAYAKERS IN THE JUNIATA RIVER. THE SEARCH STRETCHED FROM HUNTINGDON INTO MIFFLIN COUNTY. BOTH KAYAKERS WERE LOCATED AT AROUND 10:30. STATE POLICE AT HUNTINGDON ARE INVESTIGATING A SATURDAY AFTERNOON INCIDENT IN SHIRLEYSBURG. A TWO-YEAR OLD BOY WAS PLAYING IN HIS FRONT YARD […]
Hunny News for June 22nd

Hunny News for June 22nd

THE STATE SENATE UNANIMOUSLY PASSED AN UPDATE TO THE STATE’S ANIMAL CRUELTY LAWS RESTRICTING TETHERING AND STRENGTHENING ABUSE LAWS. THE BILL IS HEADED TO GOVERNOR WOLF FOR HIS SIGNATURE. JUDGE STEVEN O’NEILL WHO PRESIDED OVER THE TRAIL OF BILL COSBY HAS RULED THAT THE IDENTITIES OF THE JURORS CAN BE RELEASED. A MISTRIAL WAS DECLARED […]