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Nathaniel Duncan, Co-Producer

Nathaniel Duncan is a senior from St. Louis, Missouri. He is majoring in Journalism, with a concentration in sports media, and minoring in Sport Management. During his time at KU, Nathaniel has worked on several different shows at Media Crossroads. Originally a crew member of Good Evening KU, he became the producer of his own show, Jayhawk Jukebox, a show centered on everything music which he has produced for 4 semesters. Nathaniel also is working on several side projects including a soccer podcast, Jayhawk FC, and as a DJ for KJHK for the show Punk Rock Steady. In his free time, Nathaniel enjoys watching Soccer and Football, listening to vinyl records, and playing video games.

Lane Gillespie, Co-Producer

Lane is a senior majoring in Journalism and minoring in Sports Management. Growing up in Topeka, Kansas, he has spent his entire life as an avid fan of the Jayhawks. Outside of KUJH, he is a sports play-by-play announcer. He currently works with the Jayhawk Radio Network as an announcer for KU volleyball and women’s soccer. He is also going on his fourth year with KJHK as a member of the sports staff. Lane hopes to eventually be an announcer for a national radio or television network or to be the next voice of the Jayhawks. When Lane is at home, he enjoys listening to music, playing video games or watching sports.


Zain Kanji, Digital/Social Platform Producer

Zain Kanji is a Senior from Chicago, Illinois. He is studying towards a double major in Journalism with an emphasis on news and information as well as Film and Media Studies with an emphasis on production. While at KU, Zain has worked with Media Crossroads to produce Playmakers and is currently creating his own show called Rock Chalk Replay. He also works for Great Plains Media, where he’s a productions assistant and the digital coordinator. In the future, Zain hopes to work for a National Sports team or ESPN and even has asperations to go work outside of the United States. When not working, he is watching Miami Heat Basketball, listening to music, cooking, or playing video games.

Emily Johnson, MMJ/ Anchor

Emily Johnson is a senior from Eden Prairie, Minnesota. She is studying journalism with a focus in news and information with a minor in communications. During her time at KU, Emily has worked hard to become involved with different opportunities provided at the journalism school. She has worked for KUJH, Media Crossroads, Good Morning KU, The University Daily Kansan and The Eudora Times. Emily has also completed internships at KSNT News in Topeka and KAKE News in Wichita. In the future, she hopes to start off as an MMJ/reporter and eventually become an anchor. In her free time, Emily enjoys spending time with fellow Gamma Phi Beta members, watching TV, and cooking.


Madison Osberger-Low, Anchor/Multimedia Journalist

Madison Osberger-Low is a senior pursuing a major in Journalism with a focus in news and information and a minor in sport management. Born and raised in Aspen, Colorado, Madison grew up as an elite ski racer traveling the globe. She has since been covering the Winter X Games for three years right in her hometown. Madison has been a part of many on-campus media productions like sideline reporting for KU football games for KJHK, working for KUJH News, GMKU, and Playmakers, a weekly sports show. In the future, she hopes to work as a broadcaster covering ski racing, X Games, and anything involving skiing or snowboarding. Madison loves to spend her free time with her cats, hiking and skiing, and watching Criminal Minds.

Keegan Hewitt, Anchor/Multimedia Journalist


Keegan Hewitt is a senior from Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, and is currently pursuing a journalism degree with a minor in sports management. He plans on finding a job in sports broadcasting, or as a sports anchor after graduation in the fall of 2022. Outside of KU, he is also an intern at KSNT News in Topeka, KS as an MMJ/Reporter. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf, grilling, and cheering on the Green Bay Packers.



Ryan Butler, Anchor/ Multimedia Journalist


Ryan Butler is a senior from Denver, Colorado majoring in mathematics and journalism. He is also a member of the cross country and track and field teams at KU. Ryan is currently working on the marketing team for Kenzen, a startup company based in Kansas City. He is interested in sports analytics and sports journalism. In his free time, Ryan enjoys playing guitar, golfing, and watching sports. He is an avid Kansas City sports fan.



Kamdyn Fogo, NFL Specialist


Kamdyn is a senior from Denver, Colorado pursuing a degree in Journalism with a minor in Sport Management. She hopes to land a job doing video editing or social media for a National Football League team after she graduates in May 2022. Before KUJH, Kamdyn spent her summer interning with NFL Films in New Jersey. She is a big Jayhawk and Broncos fan!



Dre Bradley, Reporter


Dre Bradley is a Senior from Overland Park, Kansas. He is studying a major in Journalism with an emphasis on news and information as well as Sports Management. Dre currently works as a copy chief for the University Daily Kansan and has been working at the publication for a total of three semesters. In the future, Dre hopes to work on the editorial staff for The Athletic. When not working, he is watching throwback sports highlights videos on YouTube, listening to music and playing video games.



Haylen Wilhite, Weather Anchor

Haylen Wilhite is a junior from the small town of Wellsville, Kansas. She is majoring in atmospheric sciences with a focus in broadcasting and minoring in journalism. While at KU, Haylen has and continues to be involved with Good Evening KU as a weather broadcaster. In her free time, Haylen enjoys photography, videogames, special effects makeup, and storm chasing.