Bronson & Christine
Weekdays 5:30 am - 9:30 am ETNagy and Bronson will provide all the fun you need to get your day started. The two come with years of radio experience. Bob always knew he wanted to be on the air. When other kids wanted to be firemen, Bob was driven to be a reporter, and Christine knows entertainment like the back of her hand. She’s performed everywhere from the silver screen to the small screen, comedy clubs to Broadway.
The Lite at Nite with Delilah
Weekdays 8 pm - midnight ETDelilah embraced radio when she was a girl growing up in Reedsport, Oregon. Today, her soothing voice, open heart and love of music have expanded her audience to more than 7 million people throughout the country. Delilah says that her show is a "safety zone where listeners take off their armor, slip into a 'Mr. Rogers' cardigan, sit around the electronic hearth and share their secrets."
Nina Del Rio
Weekends 7 am - 1 pm ETOriginally a Texas girl born and raised, Nina Del Rio calls New York her home. Since 1995, Del Rio has bounced from The Hotel Chelsea, to the East Village, to the Upper West Side, to Hoboken, Maplewood, and even West Orange, N.J. As a women who has made her mark in New York, she is proud to say that she has been on-air at 106.7 since 1998!
Helen Little has always loved music. From childhood, she was inspired by a variety of musical tastes that were sprinkled throughout her large family. It was this love that drew her to radio and fueled a career that has spanned over 25 years. She started in a small town in North Carolina, and now she can be heard in offices, homes, and cars across the country.
As a kid, Rich always had a strong love of music. After graduating from college, he ignited his broadcast career with shifts across the northeast and he finally landed in The Big Apple. When Rich isn't on air, you'll likely find him at Yankee Stadium. Thankfully for us, Rich can't hit a curveball, so we won't have to worry about losing him to the Yankees anytime soon.
A Bronx native with a Bachelor's degree in Communications, Victor Sosa feels very fortunate to have made it through college, because for a while, it looked like he’d never get out of there! After school he spent 5 years working in Georgia and Florida enjoying the hot sun and year-round summer. Though he loved wearing shorts and tank tops all year, Sosa felt grateful to return to the city 2003.
Weekends 7 am - 1 pm ETThirteen years at New York's number one station and it continues to be the greatest experience of his career. Born and raised in Long Island, Jack Kratoville enjoys music (all kinds), radio (a good thing), photography, bike riding (along the beach), building web sites, camping (tents), and cooking (pizza and pasta from scratch).
Jonathan Clarke is frequently called upon as a music industry expert and has been interviewed on CNBC, Court TV, and NY1. He started his career as a charts researcher for Billboard Publications and has been a contributing writer to several industry trade magazines. As a singer/songwriter/producer , Clarke continues to create original music for himself and other upcoming artists.
Some people think that for a native New Yorker, Marc Coppola has a funny accent. Here's how that happened- he moved to Southern California as a kid and stayed there through his first year of college. He then ran as fast as he could back to New York when he turned 18 years old. Some people think it was because back then you could drink and party in New York at 18, and in California it was 21. Maybe that had something to do with it, but in reality, Coppola just really missed it.