Vic says he is ready to make the smooth transition from radio to TV like his predecessors Carson Daily & Ryan Seacreast, who also hosted popular local radio shows before getting TV shows. VIC LATINO has not slowed down since leaving WKTU in 2007, he had a national radio show on XM Radio, and became the celebrity DJ for the Armani Exchange chain of stores, he also partnered with the acclaimed MATTEO's restaurant in New York. Vic also enjoyed success when he became the resident DJ and business partner of the celebrity hot spot WHITEHOUSE in the Hampton's which has hosted parties for Kim Kardashian and many more A-list celebrities. Now Vic Latino is enjoying the next phase of his already remarkable radio career, he returned to his Long Island roots when he premiered his new am-drive radio show VIC LATINO's Neighborhood on WPTY PartyFM on Long Island in September 2008 , he also took ownership of WPTY and WBON ‘La Nueva Fiesta’ Long Island’s First and Only Hispanic FM radio station in October of 2009 with his newly formed company JVC Media llc. Along with his very successful career in radio, Vic has also become a very successful club DJ / Producer.
Known within the music industry as the man with the golden ear to pick a hit, ( a distinction NY Newsday also gave him when he graced the cover of their Impulse@Night entertainment section ), Record executives kept approaching Vic about releasing a series of CD’s with a collection of the hottest songs he predicted to be future club hits. To date he has released 10 very successful Dance/Electronica CD’s, all of which have either been #1 or in the Top 5 on the BILLBOARD Dance/Electronica Charts. He has been signed to the biggest dance music label in the world ULTRA Records and released his 11th much anticipated CD "Vic Latino Presents ULTRA DANCE 12" that hit stores In January 2011, Vic is currently touring with NBA Super-Star and celebrity Dee-Jay DENNIS RODMAN. www.viclatino.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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