WNTI DJ SPOTLIGHT
Andy is a sophomore at Centenary University studying Communication. He is the Assistant sports director and hosts his show the New York Sports Talk, Wednesdays at 3pm. When he’s not on the air, you can find him watching baseball and traveling to different places. Congratulations Andy on being our DJ of the Week!
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WNTI - DJ PERSONALITIES
Katie is a senior here at Centenary University. She is currently majoring in Communications with a concentration in radio and television. Katie love’s her side job teaching gymnastics and sports skills. She is a huge animal lover, and her favorite vacation spot is the beach.
Ariel Ron is a senior here at Centenary University majoring in Political and Governmental Affairs. Ariel grew up in New York City, listening to a wide range of music from 90’s R&B to 70’s soul and everything in between.
TV AND RADIO HOST FOR THE FOLLOWING STATIONS: ESPN SPORTS, CLEAR CHANNEL RADIO, WGHT, WDHA, WATR, COMCAST CABLE, CBS RADIO, WAPJ.ORG, WWOR-TV, CABLEVISION, NJN NETWORK AND BUSINESS TALK RADIO. COMMERICALS/TV HOSTING FOR: NEWSWEEK, CBS, BUSINESS TALK RADIO, KUSHMAN MEDIA AND WEB TRAVEL TV. THEATER: DESK SET, SHERMAN PLAYHOUSE AND RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
Anaya is a student at Centenary University and host of The Friday Diamond.
Alissa Brown is currently a sophmore at Centenary University. She is the host of The Beehive and The MP with AB.
Daniel is currently a junior here at Centenary University. He is currently majoring in Criminal Justice.
Ray is a non-binary music lover. They use music as a way to relax, make friends, and have a good time. Classic rock and alternative are their genres. So if you’re into that and you spot their crazy-colored hair on campus, don’t be afraid to say hi!
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.
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. […]
“Rick from Randolph” is a fictional character on a real mission to help local artists become music royalty. You might find him at an open mic waiting his turn to play guitar and sing. Rick’s show is on Saturday nights for 2 hours. You can email Rick at RickRandolph@Optonline.net
Ron joined the WNTI staff in 1993, shamelessly riding the coattails of his daughter Jenna, who was interning at the station that summer. Three years and many fill-ins later he hit the jackpot. Ron’s been tinkering with Death Valley Radio ever since, trying to get things just right. Death Valley Radio is a carefully constructed, […]
Music became my first passion. While growing up in Jamaica I used to wait for my parents to fall asleep then I would take the radio to my bedside and surf the airwaves looking for music that sounds good to my ears. And it didn’t matter what language the music was in. After migrating to […]
In 1975 he was the first DJ in Morris County, New Jersey to host an “oldies” night at Smiles in Parsippany. In 1985, he also established the New York Metro area’s first fully professional party jukebox rental service “The Duke of Jukes” – now trading as “PARTY JUKES®”. Gup’s radio career began on WNTI in […]
WNTI - TALK SHOW PERSONALITIES
Andy is a s Sophomore here at Centenary University. He has attended Sports broadcasting came lead by Ian Eagle and Bruce Beck and Play by Play, spending 4 years at the camp.
Cailin is a member of Centenary cross country team and the women’s lacrosse team. She is a double major in communication and sports management. Cailin’s goal after graduation is to be a sports broadcaster.
Francis Gavin has his A.B.. in Latin and Ancient Greek from The University of Pennsylvania. He has earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University Law School as well as an L.L.M. in Taxation from New York University. He has over 25 years of public service, serving as the Allamuchy Township Mayor for six years and on […]
Dr. Tim Frederiks has his B.S. in Mathematics Education and MA in Educational Media from Seton Hall University. In addition, he has earned his Ed.S. and Ed.D. in Leadership from Seton Hall, with research concentrations in Professional Development for Teachers and the Use of Programmed Instructional Technology. He has over 35 years of public school […]
Brian Kathenes is a professional appraiser, radio talk-show host and TV personality. He is the co-host of “Value This! with Brian and Leon,” WNTI’s weekly call-in antiques and collectibles talk show. He and his business partner, Leon Castner, share antique tips, take listeners’ calls, and answer questions on all types of antiques and collectibles. Brian […]
Leon Castner has been an appraiser for over thirty years. He grew up in the auction business in northern New Jersey and worked as runner, cashier, trucker, auction manager, and eventually president and chief auctioneer. Leon served as President of The New Jersey State Society of Auctioneers and was named Auctioneer of the Year. His […]
My name is Gabrielle Lambe and music is my passion. I love being a part of such a quality club. I have grown to love the members of the group. My radio shows name is “Sing It Loud” with Gabby Lambe. I love being creative and artistic through my passions in radio. I love to […]
WNTI - MANAGEMENT
As the Director of WNTI, John helps the students and volunteer staff members with their various shows, projects, and special needs. He also serves as an ambassador for Centenary University at various events. Growing up in Randolph, New Jersey, John Del Re started dreaming about being on the radio ever since he was 6 years […]