|Cruisin’ 92.1, WVLT’s Andy Kortman was born and raised in South Jersey. In fact, he’s still lives right here in the area.|
Because of being a music lover, Andy got into the business by owning his own mobile disc jockey company, “The Sound of South Jersey,” in 1982. Four years later, he got his first radio gig, a life long dream. In 1986, Kortman joined the staff of WRDR, 104.9 in Egg Harbor at the Jersey shore. There, he did afternoons. Andy then went to WBUD in Trenton, NJ where he did mid-days.
In 1988, Kortman became the swing guy for WPEN and sister station, WMGK, both in Philadelphia. He actually got into the station when WPEN needed someone to work Memorial Day Weekend and Andy was available.
During the early nineties, he worked for Sunny 104.5, Eazy 101, Kiss 100 and WJBR-FM in Wilmington. It was 1994, when Andy Kortman joined WWDB, Talk radio as their Production Director.
Returning to the cool breeze of the Jersey shore and Egg Harbor in 1998, he stayed with the station (doing mornings) until it was sold. 1999 saw Andy Kortman deciding to go to WFPG in Atlantic City; again doing mornings.
From November 2000 to September of 2004, Andy did mornings on “The Station of the Stars,” WPEN. That time period on that station was really a special place. Previous morning-drive WPEN air personalities included three legends: Mac McGuire, Ken Garland and Joe Niagara. Like other well known air personalities in broadcasting, Cruisin’ 92.1, WVLT’s Andy Kortman is a member of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia.
On Saturday, October 2nd, 2004, Andy Kortman joined Cruisin’ 92.1, WVLT doing Saturday mornings for the station. Andy says: I combine the best standards and pop hits of the last fifty years.”
When asked about his favorite things, Andy Kortman replies: I enjoy cooking and dining out, traveling, classic cars, old TV and movies, antiques, the Jersey shore and of course, good music and Cruisin’ 92.1, WVLT.
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