Meet the Staff
Sean Gibson, Vice President & General Manager
Gibson has been in the broadcasting industry for a good part of nearly 30 years. He started his career as a newscaster and overnight announcer while obtaining his BBA at Georgia State University. After serving as morning news assistant at WDUN AM 550 in Gainesville, Ga. in the mid 90’s, Gibson joined Sutton Radiocasting as Operations Manager at WBCU in Union, SC handling sports play by play and hosting an afternoon show. In 2000 he managed the company’s then WGVC FM in Newberry, SC before being named as Vice President/General Manager of then WEHR FM/WWRK FM and WSGC AM in Elberton, Ga. in 2002. In addition to sales duties, Gibson continued on air work as morning show host and sports announcer for Elbert County Football and Washington-Wilkes Basketball. In 2008 he was named VP/GM of WFSC/WNCC in Franklin, NC. In addition to management duties, Gibson handles play by play for Cherokee High School Football and Basketball on 104.1 WNCC.
Gibson’s stations have won numerous awards in each of the markets he has served. Gibson’s community service work has included serving on Elbert County and Franklin Area Chamber of Commerce boards, Elbert County Salvation Army Advisory Board, Elbert County Community Partnership Board, Macon County Historical Society Board and currently serves on the Macon County Community Foundation Board. He has been a member of Rotary International for 14 years. He is a past president of the Rotary Club of Franklin and is currently serving as Rotary Assistant District 7670 Governor. Gibson has two daughters, Sidney and Claire. He enjoys biking, jogging, the outdoors and loves playing electric bass. He thinks Dr. John is a musical genius.
Cindy Centofanti, News Director, Morning Show Co-Host, Host of “Views & Voices” Podcast
Cindy Centofanti serves as the WRBN/WGHC-FM News Director and oversees all operation in the news department. At only 23-years-old she not only brings with her a BA degree in Journalism but also four years of in-field experience having worked at multiple media outlets as a News Reporter and Editor. Centofanti has had a passion of news writing from a young age where she started her studies at the University of Georgia. She was an avid member of the broadcasting sorority, Die Gamma Kappa, where she was able to develop a knack for the broadcasting industry. From there, she carried out an internship as a News Reporter co-anchoring the evening news at WLEW-FM. Later, Centofanti transitioned into print journalism and accepted a job at a weekly newspaper, The Huron County View — within several months time, she was named Editor for her hard work and overseeing the production process along with managing the news department. Shortly after relocating to Northeast Georgia, Centofanti accepted a job continuing in the newspaper industry at The Northeast Georgian. After excelling for months, she decided to transition back into the broadcasting industry where she felt most compelled to be in order to continue her career goals. In her spare time, Centofanti is a contributing creative content writer for the Odyssey Online as well as an avid hiker with her beloved and faithful fur-companion, Kita, by her side.
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!
Scott Mazarky, Program Director, Morning Show Host
Scott Graduated from Rabun County High School in 1999 and from Georgia Southern University, Go Eagles, in 2004 with a B.S. in Broadcasting. Since graduating college, Scott has worked for several companies in the field of Video Production. He has a wife, Natasha and three kids, Molly, 12, Brady, 10, and Jacob, 6.