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Net Worth:
$3 Million
Place of Birth:
Long Island
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What is Vic Latino's Net Worth?

Vic Latino is an American radio and television personality who has a net worth of $3 million. Vic Latino was born in Long Island, New York. He co-founded JVC Broadcasting and is heard weekdays on WPTY from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. EST. Latino has also released many mix albums. He started out in radio working for Ed Lover and Doctor Dre's morning show on Hot 97 before moving to Long Island and ending up at WKTU. During his very successful 5 year stint on WKTU his daily prime time radio show reached #1 status in the toughest market to win in New York (Men between 25 – 54 years of age). His radio popularity also made him a favorite of TV producers and Vic regularly appeared on network TV (ABC, NBC, FOX),doing everything from hosting, to giving  commentary on breaking entertainment stories, & reviewing the hottest CD & DVD releases.

He later joined The Beat on Sirius Satellite Radio and then joined WPTY where he became managing partner of the stations WDRE, WBON, and WLIR. He traded in his program director status to become owner of WPTY in 2011. Latino has appeared on TV series such as The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Growing Up Gotti. In 2005 he released the album One Night in NYC. He was also the celebrity DJ Armani Exchange and is a successful club DJ and producer. 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.

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