Mark Nolan started his broadcast career doing weather for WMJI, which led to filling in on air shifts on WGAR and WMJI, which then resulted in him officially joining the Majic morning show in 2014. In 2021 the show was revamped and is now "The Mark Nolan Show" which broadcasts weekdays 5 a.m. – 10 a.m. Mark is a 1991 graduate of Kent State University. Mark lives in Downtown Cleveland.
Mark’s presence on the air and his ability to create and convey discussion on numerous topics of interest strongly connects with listeners.
Jen Picciano is a Cleveland native and she embraces her hometown and all it has to offer! The mother of three loves cheering on the Indians, Cavs, Browns and Ohio State Buckeyes while also keeping an eye on her Ohio University Bobcats. Jen is passionate about sharing our area’s good food stories and the origins of our many culinary delights (and creating her family’s Italian recipes in the kitchen with relatives and friends). In addition to her role with The Mark Nolan Show, Jen is a special project reporter for WOIO Cleveland 19 News
Krystle’s role as a Mom keeps her extremely busy, but in her spare time she enjoys helping develop and influence young minds through teaching dancing.
A huge science nerd, Krystle grew up on Cleveland’s west side in Avon Lake, Ohio. After spending time at Bowling Green State University, she decided to pursue a career in broadcasting which led to her role with The Mark Nolan Show on WMJI. Krystle loves northeast Ohio, and is passionate about the many great things our area has to offer.