1160 WVNJ - "The Voice" is informative and entertaining talk radio for Northern New Jersey, Rockland and Westchester Counties as well as parts of New York City, Long Island, and Connecticut.
Pete Bucky
1160 WVNJ's morning host heard each weekday from 6am - 10am is a native of Flushing, New York. Pete's radio career started in 1971.  He's worked in numerous radio markets including Springfield, Mass., Binghamton, NY, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 1979, Pete coordinated radio coverage of the Pan Am Games for both Mutual and ABC Radio Networks.  In 1998, Pete joined the team at WVNJ where he also serves at the stations Promotions & Community Service Director.  As his many listeners know, Pete is an avid fan of the New York Yankees.
Robert M. Baker, Edmund Iannaccone, CFP.
Robert M. Baker

Rob is a vice president in investments and a sales manager at the Paramus, NJ office of UBS Financial Services.  He attended Boston University as well as the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and is currently hosting The Financial Forum weekday mornings at 9:00AM on WVNJ. Rob was a first vice president at Salomon Smith Barney before joining UBS. Rob's mission statement is to listen to his clients. He firmly believes that to best serve the needs of his clients, he must first understand their needs before he can apply his sense of caring and his experience in the financial areas. His areas of focus tend to gravitate in fixed income, primarily because his clientele are old and in need of income. Rob's approach with his clients is customized, concentrating on the individual needs of his clients. Rob is involved in community, professional and charitable endeavors. He is the vice president on the board of directors for the American Stage Company and has been a professional actor for 23 years, during which he appeared on stage, on and off Broadway. He is involved with the AT Children's Project. Finally, due to his love of deep-sea diving, Rob is a certified PADI Scuba Diver.

Edmund Iannaccone, CFP

Ed is a Financial Advisor in the Paramus office of UBS Financial Services. He is a Certified Financial Planner certified since 1994 and is a Series 7 and 63, as well as Life, Health, Annuity and Long-term Care Insurance licensed. Ed is a member of National Register's Who's Who in Executives and Professionals. Ed graduated from St. John's University with a Bachelor of Science degree in business management. He began his career in finance in 1986 as a management associate for Citibank and later was a general manager for DiFeo. In 1990, Ed became a Financial Advisor with American Express Financial Advisors and, over the next 10 years, achieved the prestigious level of Senior Financial Advisor/Master Advisor. He's been with UBS since 1999. Ed is the co-host of The Financial Forum on WVNJ. He is an active member of the nationally recognized Financial Planning Association and is a frequent speaker at many seminars. He is a leader in the Boy Scouts of America and an Eagle Scout himself. Ed coaches various sports teams in his town and enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife and three children. In his spare time, Ed enjoys his large extended family and staying physically active by swimming, hiking, biking, and skiing.
Jack Birnberg
Jack Birnberg, heard Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:30 on WVNJ is Chairman of the Birnberg Group. His program will bring you interviews with top people and interesting stories from sports to politics and everything in between. Jack's interest vary from government, politics, and sports to entertainment charities and business. Jack speaks out on subjects listeners find both interesting and decisive (click here to see a list of past guests). Besides his radio programs, Jack has been a member of the Board of Directors of Public and Private Corporations, member of many local charity boards, a guest lecturer at universities, listed in Who's Who in America, President of the Daughters of Miriam, recipient of the Outstanding Leadership Award from Barnert Temple, President of the Children's Shelter of Passaic County, and a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission for Small Business. Listen to the show and you will be surprised as the scope of interests and knowledge of the guests as they answer sharp questions from your host, Jack Birnberg
InVite Radio
Broadcast live from InVite studios and WVNJ 1160am, InVite Radio is a daily one hour call-in talk program.  The most important research studies in health and nutrition are reported and analyzed by the InVite radio professionals.  This is where YOU tune in to get the breakthrough nutritional information to live a long and healthy life.

Monday thru Friday 11am-12pm

Jerry Hickey, R.Ph., Pharmacist/Nutritionist, is widely recognized as "the encyclopedia of nutrition."  For fifteen years, he's provided the most powerful, life changing nutritional information to his devoted listeners.

Richard Walker, M.D., an OB/GYN and specialist in environmental medicine, guides patients every day from sickness to wellness through his integrative approach to health and healing.

Rob Martin, Producer/Writer/Announcer, has for decades been at the forefront of the life extension/nutraceutical revolution.  Jack Birnberg
Rod Burreson
Rod Burreson, host of "The Truth About Nutrition" heard weekdays from 12noon - 1pm on WVNJ is the founder and President of Roex, Inc.  Rod is a former athlete and body builder who has experienced a myriad of ailments and injuries resulting from these activities.  Mr. Burreson became committed to finding and developing non-pharmaceutical solutions to improve his own quality of life. Not content with the current products and formulas on the market, Mr. Burreson, through education, research, and the collaboration of many of the finest professionals in their field, began to develop the highest quality formulas and comprehensive products that would meet his own specific health needs.  Recognizing the tremendous health benefits he experienced, Rod realized that many other people could benefit from these types of products as well.  Rod subsequently formed Roex Inc. in 1994, a company dedicated to finding solutions for some of the many problems associated with aging and disease.  Today, Roex is one of the fastest growing companies in the nutritional supplement industry.
Joe Battaglia
Joe Battaglia, host of The American Advisor on WVNJ received his BA at the University of Southern California.  After receiving an LLB from Loyola Law School, Joe practiced law from 1966 to 1979.  Among his professional achievements and memberships are the 1988 Coin Dealer "Man of the Year" award and memberships to the American Numismatic Association (ANA) and Professional Numismatists Guild (PNG).  Joe joined Goldmine in February of 1994 as the Executive Vice President in charge of Marketing. He is an on-air personality for many radio and television programs and writes the Goldline newsletter.  Call Joe to discuss personal finances, political events, precious metals and coins during his live call-in talk show at 1-800-827-4653 and receive a FREE Silver 1964 uncirculated Kennedy half-dollar.
Adrian Flannelly
Adrian Flannelly, heard Saturdays from 11am-1pm on WVNJ is Chairman & CEO Flannelly Promotions Ltd Irish Radio Network USA. Adrian has been a fixture in radio broadcasting to the Irish-American community for over 32 years. Born in Co. Mayo, and emigrating to the United States when he was seventeen years of age, Adrian is a member of one of New York's best-known political families. His uncle, the legendary Paul O'Dwyer was a renowned civil rights activist and former City Council President. Another uncle, the late William O'Dwyer was Mayor of New York from 1945 to 1950. Adrian has been a regular visitor to the homes of the Irish in America every week since 1970. His programs present a platform for discussion of the crucial issues affecting the Irish in America, and provide Irish America with an opportunity to explore its culture and heritage.

Adrian Flannelly currently serves Mayor Mike Bloomberg and has been the recipient of numerous awards within the American Irish Community including:
  • Top 100 Irish Americans for 2000
  • Man of the Year by the Ancient Order of Hibernians
  • Man of the Year by the Irish Business Organization of New York
  • Man of the Year by The American Irish Musicians Society
  • Man of the Year by Emerald Society of the NYPD
  • March 17 1997 was declared "Adrian Flannelly Day" in New York City by Mayor Giuliani
  • Irish Man of the Year by the New York City Board of Education