Meet the Staff

Adam Wright, Vice President/General Manager

Adam Wright began his second stint at SKY 96.3 and Real Country WGHC in January 2010. Wright had previously been the Vice President and General Manager of the stations from 2003 through 2006.

Adam has worked for SKY 96.3’s parent company, Georgia Carolina Radiocasting, since 1997. He’s worked in Greenwood, Union and Seneca, SC; Franklin, NC; and Clayton, GA. He’s held the position of News Director, Account Executive, Sales Manager, Talk Show Host and has been a Vice President and General Manager.

Wright is a graduate of Robbinsdale-Armstrong High School in Plymouth, MN and a graduate of Brown College in Minneapolis. Wright also attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, CA.

Wright began his radio career in 1993 working part time at KQRS in Minneapolis and WJON in St. Cloud, MN. Wright’s first full time radio job was as News Director at WTTN in Watertown, WI. Wright came to work for Georgia Carolina Radiocasting, SKY 96.3’s parent company, in February 1997 as a News Director in Greenwood, SC. Over his career Wright has worked at stations in Iowa, Northern Minnesota and Southern Wisconsin.

Wright is the 1998 South Carolina Small Market News Director of the year and has been nominated for several other broadcast awards. He is also an award winning photographer. His photography has been featured in various publications produced by Innova Disc Golf, South Carolina Tourism and the Georgia Mountain Laurel Magazine.

Wright has served every community he has lived in through positions on Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors, Rotary International and Civitan clubs. Wright currently sits on the board of Directors of the Clayton Rotary Club, The Greater Oconee Disc Golf club and is the tournament director of the South Carolina Disc Golf Doubles State Championship.

Adam currently lives in Walhalla with his wife Sara, who is a teacher at Walhalla Elementary School. They have three boys. Joseph, 20, Kallsen, 12 and Parker, 11.



“The” Scott Mazarky, Operations Manager/Morning Show Host/Chief Bottle Washer/Mid Level Mob Boss /Ninjaimg_2627

Scott is a 1999 Graduate of Rabun County High School.  After High School he moved down to Georgia Southern University, Go Eagles.  While there, Scott studied Music and Video Production, earning a Minor in Music and a BS in Broadcasting Production in 2004. After graduation, Scott began a career in Freelance and Contract video production work along with teaching for Apple. Scott also spent several years working with a travelling circus where he was a part of several different acts.  Some of which were Juggler, Age/Weight Guesser, High Flying Trapeze, and Bearded Lady, just to name a few. After being away for 15 years, Scott moved back Rabun County with his wife, Natasha, and three kids, Molly, 11, Brady, 9, and Jacob, 4.

 Gene Gihl, News Directorimg_2963

Gene Gihl was born in South Carolina and was raised in different states before his parents brought him to Rabun county in the late seventies.  His mom was Catherine Gihl and was a nurse at Ridgecrest hospital and his father was Jack Gihl and worked at sangamo weston in rabun gap until his retirement. Gihl graduated from Rabun county high school class of 1982 and graduated from West Georgia college in 1987.  While at Rabun County High School, he met his wife, Tracy.  Yes…high school sweethearts.  Gene and Tracy were blessed to be able to move back to Rabun county and raise their daughter, Jordan, close to family. Jordan graduated RCHS in 2015.  Gihl has had various careers from buying and selling books to decorating apparel and engraving Trophies, and is excited and is ready for the challenge of the radio business!

 Katheryn S. Granberg, Advertising Sales Representative

Katheryn was born and raised in Roswell, Georgia, where she attended Roswell High School
She has since lived in ten different states, raised a son and daughter, while also being very involved in civic organizations.

Katheryn has work experience in many different fields, but primarily accounting in the construction industry. She switched gears to become aspecialty food buyer in the mid 1980s, working in Chattanooga, TN and Denver CO.

In 1994, Katheryn moved to Clayton, GA in order to help care for mother with Alzheimer’s and fell in love with the area. She joined Sky 96.3 WRBN in January 1997, first working in sales, later combining sales and administration and hosting the Swap Shop program on Sky 96.3’s sister station, WGHC.

In 2005, Katheryn retired from the stations as advertising sales manager of WRBN-WGHC. She returned in a part-time sales capacity in 2006 and began hosting Sunday Morning Inspirations on WGHC in May of that year.