|Years active 2003–present|
Education Syracuse University
Role Radio host
|Name Ralphie Aversa|
|Full Name Ralph Frank Aversa II|
Born June 6, 1985 (age 30) (1985-06-06) Lewiston, NY, U.S.
Occupation television and radio personality
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Ralphie Aversa is an American syndicated radio host and entertainment reporter.
- Ralphie aversa talks about the passing of whitney houston on fox news 02 11 12
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His forte is interviews – from topic experts to national newsmakers. Ralphie has spoken with everyone from Lady Gaga to Matt Damon. He’s covered a wide variety of events on location, from the 2008 Presidential Election to the MTV Video Music Awards.
“The Ralphie Radio Show” currently airs on Cumulus Media’s 95.5 WPLJ in New York City (the show's flagship station), 92 PRO-FM in Providence, RI,Q105 in Groton, CT and 97 BHT in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, PAAversa offers exclusive interviews, hit music, soon-to-be hit music, and candid commentary on the stories of the day. His total cume between the four stations is over 700,000 people.
“The Ralphie Report” lives in both print and TV forms. The former began running in Northeastern Pennsylvania’s The Weekender (Circulation: 170,000) back in 2008. The column is a weekly, print version of “The Ralphie Radio Show’s” best content.
The TV version airs every Thursday at 4 pm on WBRE-TV’s “PA Live!” Aversa runs down three of the biggest stories from the week with his exclusive take on each for the NBC affiliate.
Each radio station’s website and ralphieaversa.com house the web component – which is an exact mirror of the weeknight show: including new music, exclusive high definition video, and podcasts of segments. Ralphie is also very active on Facebook and Twitter, and is one of the most “liked” and “followed” radio hosts throughout the markets his show airs in.
In addition to his own platforms, Aversa has contributed on a national level to FOX News, CNN, HLN, MSNBC, TMZ, Life & Style Weekly, and MTV News.
Aversa attended Syracuse University, dual-majoring in broadcast journalism and marketing. He is originally from Niagara Falls, NY.