Who is Romeo?
Romeo debuted on Z100 in New York City in February, 2002 with his top rated nightly show "Romeo on the Radio." In addition to his on-air duties, he was the music director at the station from 2006 to 2009 and was the assistant music director from 2003-2006.
Before arriving to New York, Romeo worked at stations throughout the U.S. including Erie, Pa., Johnstown, Pa., Nashville, Tenn., Salt Lake City, Utah, and Detroit, Mich., where he also served as Q95's assistant program director and interim program director.
Romeo was named S.I.N. Magazine CHR Music Director of the Year in 2006 and 2008, received the FMQB CHR Music Director of the year in 2008, received the N.Y. Achievement in Radio Award for Best Evening Show 2002-2005, and was named one of Edison's top 30 Radio Professionals Under 30 in the world. In his first year as PD in Philadelphia Romeo was named FMQB's CHR PD of the Year in 2010. Q102 was also named CHR station of the year in 2010.
Featured in numerous print publications including Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, People, J-14, Billboard, Timeout New York, Crains New York Business, The New York Times, and The Harvard Business Review. Frequent television appearances on E!, MTV, VH1, FUSE, The Discovery Channel, A&E, MSG-TV and the local New York City and Philadelphia newscasts.
Hosted MSN's worldwide New Year's Eve Countdown from Times Square in '04 and '05. Featured in an on-line video game based on his Z100 show, the first of its kind in '06.
Chosen to broadcast worldwide from the Live Earth concert at Giant Stadium in '07. Romeo launched Goom Radio as VP/Global Programming creating groundbreaking crowd sourced content online from Paris, France and Berlin, Germany in '09. Romeo now serves as WIOQ's Program Director and afternoon host in Philadelphia, PA. He is also the Director of Digital Content for Clear Channel Philadelphia overseeing its 6 websites.