"Late Night" Announcer
Harilyn “Cap’n H” Macosko joined WCTL in 2006 and has held several key positions, working in sales, hosting Cereal for Supper on Saturday nights, being on the morning show and serving as Promotions Director. A native of Lillington, NC, Harilyn received an undergraduate degree in communications from Gardner-Webb University and a master’s degree in communications from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She is married to Paul Macosko aka Paulyj, and the couple have two kids, Riley & Beckett. Before beginning her radio career, Harilyn worked as a waitress, hostess, fast food server, lifeguard, swim instructor, TV talent, and other roles.
She explains her passion for radio: “I have always wanted to do radio. I LOVE talking, and radio lets me talk to so many people, and no one at the same time. I love being able to encourage, and ‘hang out’ with people exactly where they are (literately & figuratively).” Harilyn is heard weeknights from 6-9 PM.
Q&A with Harilyn:
Favorite scripture verse?
Romans 5:5 (NIV): And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.
Best concert you ever attended?
Franny B. (Francesca Battistelli) at Kingdom Bound. She mentioned me (by name) on stage during her show!! AWESOME!!
What is your “perfect day”?
My wedding day was my perfect day - an awesome dress, a tiara, my (perfect) husband, and all our friends and family focusing on me.
Favorite animated movie?
The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (the old one).
Favorite thing to do in Erie?
H&K Donuts, or Sara’s, and Presque Isle… to walk off the donut or ice cream!
Fondest WCTL memory?
On Cereal for Supper, I had The Gathering Band on live for an interview, and PaulyJ hung out in the studio for the whole show. We later starting dating, and then got married, but that was in the beginning of our friendship and I loved every second!
What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be on the radio. I wanted to talk and talk and talk and talk, and I wanted people to listen.