Kyle Berger returns to WNPV 1440 as the lead play-by-play announcer for Friday night football. After serving as a sideline reporter and analyst for three seasons, he jumped to the radio booth in 2006.
He is a 2003 University of Miami graduate, and will always root for “The U.” Kyle teaches broadcast journalism at North Penn High School, his alma mater. In addition to his broadcasting and teaching, he is a PIAA wrestling official and one heckuva chef.
Play-by-Play and field reporter
Daryle continues to be a member of the WNPV sports radio family primarily handling the play-by-play duties for all Internet football games, but also contributing to basketball and baseball broadcasts. He has also served as co-host on the football scoreboard show.
During his time as a broadcaster, Daryle has been the exclusive voice of both Strath Haven and Cardinal O’Hara football. He is the former program director of the Nauticom Sports Network, Eastern, PA.
Daryle was also the radio voice of the Trenton Titans of the ECHL.
A former professional minor league umpire, Daryle also works as a broadcaster for Rider University and USA Hockey while continuing his refereeing career on a more local level.
He and his wife Niki make Chalfont their home with sons Ryan and Connor
Scoreboard Show Host / Sports Director
Jeff Nolan’s introduction to the WNPV listening audience began in the year 2000 as the host of the Nauticom Sports Network Football Scoreboard Show, where he also was the General Manager of the company’s Eastern office. The show, in its current format, became a fixture the following year.
Along with Scoreboard Show responsibilities, Jeff also handles play-by-play for college / high school basketball, hockey and baseball while reporting on all sports stories in the area.
Jeff and the WNPV Sports crew have been recognized as the best sports team in Pennsylvania twice by the Pennsylvania Broadcasters Association.
In addition, Jeff is the radio play-by-play voice of Rider University women’s basketball, and has served as the lead announcer for the USA Hockey National Championships.
Jeff and his wife Joann reside in Perkiomenville and have three children.