WUBE • B-105
Working at B-105 has been a dream come true for Jesse Tack. After starting his career at his hometown radio station in Iowa in 1999, Jesse joined B-105 in 2008 and has since worked his way up to Assistant Program Director and afternoon personality. From telling tear jerkingly bad jokes to his identical twin (see video below) to sharing his complete obsession with getting perfect lawn-mowing lines in his front yard, Jesse loves being that "real, everyday guy" on air.
When Jesse isn't on air or hanging out at B-105 events, he's busy participating in fundraising campaigns and supporting charitable causes. Among the organizations Jesse holds most dear is the Special Olympics. With an older brother who participated in the Special Olympics organization, Jesse was already familiar with the amazing work they do for athletes with intellectual disabilities. He volunteers his time emceeing fundraising events, hosting summer-game kickoffs and coordinating with parents to surprise athletes at birthday and graduation parties. The joy and positivity the athletes have makes the partnership with the Special Olympics one Jesse cherishes.
A native of DeWitt, IA, Jesse has embraced the sights and sounds of Cincinnati and enjoys the camaraderie of the community. He loves the awesome views of downtown and Northern Kentucky from Eden Park and brags to visitors traveling north, reminding them to catch the absolute best skyline reveal in the country as they enter Cincinnati from the cut-in-the-hill in Covington.
In his free time, Jesse loves spending quality time with his Beagle/Shepherd mix, Jackson. He also enjoys traveling, working out, spending time with his brothers and nephews, and working on projects around his house. Jesse prides himself on caring for his lawn, loves his lawn striper, and is always excited to talk about new landscaping projects. He also enjoys watching "CBS Sunday Morning," listening to film scores, playing piano, and finding the joy and comedy in everyday life.