Al Cocchi

Al Cocchi started his radio career in 1978 at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey. He joined the 2,000 watt college radio station WSOU and did many different formats of radio shows including rock, top 40, oldies, and classical. Al worked in cable radio WAVP. From there, Al got into tv as well hosting New Jersey’s second longest running music-entertainment show, Video Spotlight for 14 years. Al also worked for radio legend Cousin Brucie in 1985 on WRAN in Dover, NJ and Clear Channel radio in 2005. Al also ventured in to internet radio by starting his own alternative new rock station in 2002 called CyberstormRadio.