Press Release


Friday: October 28, 2005

WDVR FM announces that their new DJ, Tony Star is being scheduled for the late night Sunday morning time slot. WDVR FM’s signal reaches over 4 Million people and broadcasts a full 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

The general manager of WDVR-FM Frank Napurano is pleased to announce that they have obtained the services of *Tony Star* for the 2-6 am time slot “Overnight Oldies” show that aired for the first time on 89.7 FM and 91.9 FM Sunday morning 2 am September 25, 2005. Directly following the Saturday night 11 PM – 2 AM That 80s Show with Richard Kubisch
The GM noted that with this new show “the listeners will now have a chance to benefit from another fine oldies program for their weekend enjoyment.”
Tony has advised that on his show he “plans to play a great line up of oldies from the rock and roll era”, and will also include “some country and contemporary music for the late night listening audience”.

“The New Jersey region along with New York and Philly area have provided us with some great groups and solo artists over the years and it will be a pleasure to listen to those great memories on the air.”

“WDVR has a great line up of programming that provides the public with a broad range of music, news and events and I am proud to be part of the team”

“I believe that the show fills a void in this market segment and quite frankly look forward to the positive reception from our fans,” he commented.

WDVR 89.7 FM serves the central New Jersey/Eastern Pennsylvania region plus broadcasts on 91.9 FM, from Lawrenceville NJ and can be heard in the Princeton region and areas south. Listeners can also tune in to Tony’s show and all of WDVR’s great programming using the World Wide Web at