After a successful first season on the airwaves, Boston's only Italian language radio program L'Italia Chiamò is returning with its hilarious characters, fascinating guests and in-depth interviews. This year, the program conducted by Stefano Marchese, Emanuele Capoano and Elisa Meazzini will air on Thursdays, 3-4:30 p.m. EST, and will be broadcast...

La musica è da sempre protagonista importante dello scambio culturale tra Italia e Stati Uniti: ha avuto un ruolo fondamentale nel tenere alta la bandiera degli italiani emigrati all'inizio dello scorso secolo, ed è stata veicolo dell'entusiasmo e dell'ottimismo americano che ha contagiato l'Italia dopo la guerra. Nessuno potrebbe descrivere questa...

December 14, 2015 - Monday 6:30 PM - Sonesta Hotel - 1800 Market Street - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dom Giordano and Talk Radio 1210 present The 7th Annual Feast of the Seven Fishes Monday, December 14, 2015 6:30PM - 10PM National Person of the Year: Taya Kyle (wife of American Sniper Chris Kyle) The Feast of the Seven Fi...

Joanna M. Leone, native Connecticut author of "Slices of Life Italian-American Stories" will be a special guest on WGCH 1490 AM radio on Friday, November 28th at 6:00pm.   " I am very excited about being on Bianca Tyler's radio show. We will discuss the special memories that warm people from Connecticut and the northeast have shared with me...

WATERBURY — A popular radio show host, who sought to preserve Italian culture by sharing his knowledge of the country and its music, died Tuesday. Rosario "Sarino" Costa, who founded the show "Carosello Italiano" in 1991, died Tuesday. He was 88.   Costa was known for his love of Italy — where he lived until he was 34 — and his local co...

Immigrants impact the culture of New York in many ways, one of them being music. Music is a universal language, and some of DJs that spin some of your favorite tracks on the radio have fascinating immigrant histories.   Their cultures influence the music play for our listening pleasure on the radio. Here are the profiles of radio hosts Nino...

KCRW (89.9 MHz FM) is a National Public Radio station – founded at the conclusion of WWII - broadcasting from the campus of Santa Monica College, in the beachfront city of the same name. Its soundwaves traverse the ether across a big portion of Southern California.   We have to thank in large part Jennifer Ferro, President of KCRW, for...

Two students from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication are brushing up on their Italian, honing their broadcasting skills and globalizing their education thanks to a new internship offered through the School of International Letters and Cultures at ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus.   Jesus Yanez-Reyes and McCall Hoerz...

Radio is a friend to carry with you everywhere: it keeps us company, informs us, entertains us. For the Italian-American community, for a long time it also has been a fantastic way to keep alive their link with Italy. The guest of our interview today is Tony Pasquale, who has been for many years a friendly presence via radio for many Italian Ameri...

By John Montone Fortunato's fortress is gone. My grandfather or nonno, Fortunato Missaggia, built his house brick-by-brick in the early 1950s. It was a place, he once explained, to keep those he loved away from those he wanted nothing to do with. Friends and certain family members in...undesirables out. He was almost 50 when he built it. Wor...