Air Talent


Jack Mitchell

--LNK Today Co-host

Jack grew up from Lincoln, graduated from Lincoln East high and earned a Law degree from the University of Nebraska. After spending several years as a civil litigation at a local law firm, Jack decided to act on his longtime dream to be involved with talk radio and in 2006, he took over the Morning Show at KLIN. In that time Jack has been able to combine his unique perspective on the news as an attorney with his love for making people laugh and his passion for the Huskers and the city of Lincoln into a top-rated morning show, along with his co-host Kevin Thomas. 

Jack is married to Meagan Liesveld, who is the Director of Development for CEDARS Youth Services in Lincoln. The couple have a pair of children, Johnny and Norah, who keep Jack very busy as soon as he gets off work with activities including sports, dance, Lincoln Boys' choir, piano and church groups. When he's not at the radio station, Jack loves to spend his time taking his kids to Husker sports events, jogging, cooking (particularly on the grill and smoker), playing cards and fantasy sports and working on his goal of developing a music playlist for every imaginable event or mood.

Kevin Thomas

--LNK Today Co-host

Kevin grew up in Hastings and Omaha before College at UNL, where he earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Kevin joined the KLIN team in March of 2007, starting as a news and sports reporter and producer for Drive Time Lincoln. Over the years at KLIN, Kevin has taken on numerous new responsibilities, including taking-over Drive Time Lincoln in 2012. He moved to the KLIN morning show to partner with Jack Mitchell on LNK Today in 2016.

 Kevin and his wife Erin have two kids, Samantha and AJ. They're all avid Husker fans and loyal Chicago Cubs fans. Kevin stays busy with his family, but works in time for slow-pitch softball, drumming, golf and running when he can. 

During his time at KLIN, Kevin has been honored with dozens of awards from the Associated Press, the Nebraska Broadcasters Association, the Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association and the Radio Television and Digital News Association - including a national Edward R. Murrow award in 2013. 

Coby Mach

--Drive Time Lincoln Host

Coby Mach started working in broadcasting at age 14. By age 34 Mach was the Corporate Operations manager for 34 radio stations in 4 states. Mach has been recognized with awards from the Nebraska Broadcasters Association and Associated Press. He also accompanied Governor Heineman on a successful trade mission to Cuba.

Currently Mach works full-time as the President of the Lincoln Independent Business Association which has 1350 members. Mach also works for 1400 KLIN Radio as a talk show host every afternoon from 5-6 PM. Coby and his wife Lorie have two daughters both attending college in Lincoln.

Jane Monnich

--KLIN News Anchor & Reporter

Jane Monnich is Lincoln's most veteran news reporter, keeping track of Lincoln's news on KLIN for more than four decades. Her passion for news keeps the newsroom humming with activity throughout the day. 

Away from the station, Jane loves spending time with her husband Fred, their children and grandchildren. 

Jane has won numerous awards as part of the KLIN newsroom, including awards from both the Associated Press and Nebraska Broadcasters Association for the best newscast in Nebraska. 


Carli Luca

-- KLIN Morning News Anchor

Carli is originally from Northeast Ohio, but moved to Meadville, PA to attend and graduate early from Allegheny College as an English major with minors in Political Science and Spanish. Carli then shifted her focus to studies at the Ohio Media School, from which she graduated with the Don Mertens Award for excellence in broadcasting & the most internship hours of her class. In July of 2016 she moved from Cleveland, OH to Lincoln to work in the KLIN News Room.

When she’s not at the radio station, Carli enjoys reading & writing, attending festivals & conventions, and spending time with her cat Dimitri. Carli is excited to be a part of the Lincoln community and loves cheering for the Huskers! You can hear her live news broadcasts at the top & bottom of the hour weekday mornings on 1400 KLIN.