4 June 1975
|Occupation||Radio host, Deejay|
Fabio Alisei (given birth to Fabio Borghini in Genoa, Italy, 4 June 1975) can be an Italian radio sponsor. He’s known for having carry out the radio applications Lo Zoo di 105 on Radio 105 Network and Asganaway on Radio Deejay.
He graduated on the sentence structure college, has supported some examinations in the Faculty of Characters in Genoa. Since 1995, he takes on the piano and in 2002 he went to a music college equated using the Conservatorio Paganini in Genoa. After supplementary college, in parallel having a musician and composer, spent some time working with the theatre Campopisano in Genoa. From 1994 to 1999, he worked well as an animator and mind of computer animation in resorts in Italy and overseas, where he matches the radio sponsor Utmost Laudadio with whom he started a cooperation that proceeds today. In 1999 he began working for tv, the satellite route Match Music, located in Verona. For pretty much a yr he worked well as an writer of the "Club Present", hosted by Potential Laudadio. After that, for 3 years, he composed and performed with Paolo Sound this program Neuromachine, a format of prank calls on surroundings and fulfilled with little achievement.
Radio 105 Network
In 2002 he wrote and starred in gags and providers for Rai 2, within an afternoon format entitled "My Compilation - Trend". During this time period he fulfilled Marco Mazzoli, his friend for experience on radio since 2003 with Lo Zoo di 105.
In January 2011, with Paolo Noise and Mago Wender, leaves Radio 105 Network to visit Radio Deejay, where from 25 January lead transmission Trun Trin Tran on DeeJay TV. He's co-host from the applications: 50 Tunes and Asganaway with Albertino, Sound and Wender and Sabato Sega with Wender. He worked well for Radio Deejay until Feb 2015.
Return to Radio 105 Network
In 2015 he returned to co-host the popular radio plan Lo Zoo di 105.
In June 2008 he posted his first publication entitled Tutto a posto e niente in ordine.
On Atmosphere: Storia di un successo (2016)
Via Massena, (2011-2012)