John Del Re

Operations Manager

Mid-Morning Music with Johnny D

A proud resident of Randolph, New Jersey, John Del Re has been dreaming about being on the radio ever since he was 6 years old. He used to record his own mix tapes on his cassette boom box and playing back for all to hear. John grew up listening to some of the great disc jockeys of New York radio station WCBS-FM, listening to Harry Harrison and Cousin Bruce.

After graduating from Randolph High School in 2003, John ended up enrolling at Centenary College with a major in communications. Soon John found WNTI in the depths the Seay building, and the staff took him in as one of their own. He was soon producing promos, operating the console during Centenary Cyclones sporting events, which led to John getting his own show.

After graduating from Centenary College in 2007 with a degree in Communications, John continued his involvement with WNTI. John now serves the stations Operations Manager, making sure that the great staff of WNTI can provide great music to the listeners of Northern New Jersey and Northeast Pennsylvania. John also serves as mid morning host weekdays from 9am to Noon, as well as assisting the staff and students with any technical assistance that they need.

John is a fan of a wide variety of music, including the Dave Matthews Band, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters, just to name a few. He is also a fan of the New York Mets, the New Jersey Devils, and the New York Giants.

John hopes to remain with WNTI for many years to come, and thanks all of the underwriters and listeners that help make WNTI one of the greatest radio stations on the planet.

Check him out and ask him about the NJ Devils and the Mets!


Ways To Connect

During the afternoon of October 1st, Spider Glenn welcomed singer-songwriter Mike Doughty to the WNTI airwaves.  Mike was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to join Spider for his second appearance on The Spider Glenn Radio Program. 

Best known as founder of the band Soul Coughing, Mike has been touring the country in support of his new album, Stellar Motel.  Mike chatted with Spider about creating his new album, and gave WNTI listeners a treat with several live performances playing his banjo. 

The 5th annual Northern New Jersey Free to Breathe Walk will take place on September 21st, at Horseshoe Lake Park, in Succasunna.  The event starts at 10am with registration, and the walk begins at 11am.  Proceeds from the walk will benefit Free to Breathe, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for Lung Cancer.

Jim Eno is a less-is-more drummer. His work as the longtime drummer for the band Spoon is distinctive for its carefully plotted lines. It's elegant and melodic, never over-the-top or showy. It's a style and taste he shares with all of the drummers he selected for this week's puzzler as our guest Quizmaster.

Eno and the rest of the guys in Spoon are currently on tour for their latest — and one of the year's best — album, They Want My Soul.

Join us on Saturday, November 1st at 7:30pm for the WNTI Halloween Blues Party at the Sitnik Theater at the David and Carol Lackland Center, located on the Centenary College campus in Hackettstown, New Jersey. 

The Voodudes start the party off at 7:30pm, with a great mix of Cajun and Blues music.  Then at 8:30, the Alexis P. Sutter Band takes the stage, with their amazing and powerful stage presence.  We invite you to come to the party as a zombie, or wear a top hat to match Alexis. 

Tickets are $25.00 per person and are available at the door.