Cape Cod Broadcasting NewsCenter


The award-winning Cape Cod Broadcasting 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

Listen live on the radio or online:

99.9 FM - WQRC    107.5 FM - WFCC    104.7 FM - WOCN


Rob WoodardRob Woodard – News Reporter

Rob Woodard began a career in radio working as a general assignment reporter and fill in morning anchor for an FM station in Providence, RI. A Rhode Island native, Rob is happy to be back on the East Coast after spending over two decades in the West.  As part of the news team at Cape Cod Broadcasting, Rob is committed to bringing timely, accurate news to our listeners so they are well-informed as they go about their day.


Jeremy ZeitlinJeremy Zeitlin - News Reporter

Jeremy cut his broadcasting teeth while at U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where he served as a radio announcer and news reporter. Among his regular duties as navy sailor, Jeremy broadcast command information, sports, and entertainment programming, as well as serving in the capacity of base public affairs officer. Jeremy was recognized for his work by the Armed Forces Radio and Television Services Worldwide Broadcasting Center.


Dave ReadDave 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.

Jay GrandmontJay Grandmont – News Reporter

Jay’s been interested in broadcasting since he was a kid summering on the Cape. His first experience in radio was working at a college station hosting a weekly music show. Shortly thereafter, he moved on to community radio at a local high school and then served as producer for two oldies shows, as well as board operator. Jay now writes and delivers local news and weather reports on the weekends and enjoys keeping people up-to-date with what’s happening on the Cape. He’s been a full-time resident for more than 20 years and currently lives in Buzzards Bay with his wife and three teenage kids.

Hillary Wenzel – News Reporter

Hillary realized she wanted to be a writer when she was a sophomore in high school. She joined Barnstable High School’s newspaper, Insight, where she found an outlet to express her humor and opinions. She went on to study journalism at Cape Cod Community College and Suffolk University. She interned at The Barnstable Patriot and Cape Cod Life Publications. Now she’s realizing her passion for broadcast as a reporter and anchor in the Cape Cod Broadcasting NewsCenter.  Hillary ultimately aspires to write a book of humorous essays. She has lived in Centerville all her life.

Matthew McCarthy – News Reporter

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.