Bob was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Westbury, Long Island. He received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Notre Dame and began a long teaching career with the New Jersey Public School system. Specializing in high school education, Professor Search taught in Clifton High School for fifteen years, as well as assignments […]
Joltin’ Joe Pszonek is a music industry veteran for over 35 years including time as a sales and marketing executive with Capitol/EMI and Walt Disney Records. He created his first show Radio Nowhere 8 years ago. He is now a member of the awesome WNTI team and hosts a show called The Eclectic Train Wreck. […]
Noah is a Centenary University student. He has hosted The Guitar Room on WNTI since September of 2018.
I live for rock music. I’ve been listening to every kind of rock since I was just a kid. I love it all, whether it be something from the 90’s or something all the way back from the 50’s. I’ve listened to it all. Music is one of my biggest passions and it has been […]
Iyana Dunn Iyana is a former journalist for her high school’s, Great Oaks Legacy Charter High School, newspaper. She prefers to be called Patty. She is currently the leader of “With the Green Thumb”, a Go Green organization located in Newark, NJ. Her biggest passion in life is making sure that others hear her voice and […]
Gabe is a sophomore in Centenary and is studying Communications – Film Studies. Gabe hosts the Friday afternoon show Soundwave. This is his second year doing the radio show. Gabe’s favorite music genres are rock, punk, folk and hip-hop.
I host Katie O. Radio which includes a variety of alternative music including ska, punk, and indie. My love of music began while I was in high school when a friend formed a ska band. As a result, I used to spend most weekends going to different venues and learned of many other local bands. […]
Mike is the host Dogbites, WNTI.ORG’s Saturday afternoon mix of great Rock & Roll. Mike gives you 3 hours of music, news, current music news, & more. Get your rock on every Saturday from Noon to 3pm.
Each Saturday Night from 7-9, longtime local music fan Greg Jones delivers an eclectic mix of sixties rock and roll classics with a large dose of local NJ stars like Billy Hector, Railroad Earth, Bill Kelly and the legendary Blue Sparks From Hell. The show will feature call-in interviews and in-studio performances by local legends.
Amy the Rock and Roll Doctor is your host of Weekend Jam. She plays a mix of blues rock, deep tracks from the 60’s, 70’s through the present, bands emerging on the jam scene, indie music, and the Grateful Dead. Every show contains the Venisa Hot Tuna Spotlight. Rock for the soul.
Trevor Power Join DJ Trevor Power as he draws from a Fairly Broad Knowledge of Rock n Roll, Blues, Soul, and Jazz. Enjoy in-Studio Live Performances and Interviews of the Local Favorites as well as some of the Big Name Stars.
Lulu Gascoigne was born and raised near London, England. She was “constantly surrounded” by music from a very young age and recalls one of her first memories as choreographing a dance routine to the first record she ever bought (“Crazy Horses” by the Osmonds) in her living room at the grand old age of 5. […]