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Joe being interviewed on NBC 40.

Joe Cook began his radio career in 2006 at WNJC in Washington Township, New Jersey. In early 2009, he was hired as a weekend board-operator at Cruisin’ 92.1 WVLT in Vineland, New Jersey. That July, Joe began a weekly Beatles request show called “Cruisin’ Down Abbey Road”, which currently airs every Wednesday night at midnight. Along with that show, he hosts “The Joe Cook Program” on Thursdays at midnight. He is a regular on several of the station’s evening programs— most of which, he produces. For nearly two years, Joe co-produced “Suppertime Jamboree”— a classic country music program that aired every Saturday evening and was hosted by Philadelphia broadcast legend Sally Starr. Joe’s affiliation with the program lasted until Starr’s retirement in 2011.

Sally Starr and Joe recording her radio program. Photo by The Philadelphia Daily News, 2010

In May of that year, Joe received his Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts/Communications from Cumberland County Community College in Vineland. He currently serves as Chief Operator of WVLT, as well as Public Service Director.

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