News reporter. Story teller. Academic.


Crime reporter and Academic.  

Ray Caputo is a seasoned talent with 20 years of experience in news, entertainment, and higher education.  

Ray Caputo

Ray Caputo

Isaac “Ray” Caputo is an American radio broadcaster, cable news contributor, and college professor based out of Orlando, Florida.   

He is currently a news reporter and anchor at News 96.5 in Orlando, FL, where he has covered many high-profile crime stories including the Casey Anthony murder trial, the Trayvon Martin shooting, the Pulse Nightclub terror attack, and the hunt of cop-killer Markeith Loyd.  He was a regular contributor on HLN’s Nancy Grace Show, and currently Prime Time Justice with Ashleigh Banfield.   He also serves as a full-time communication and journalism professor at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach and the University of Central Florida in Orlando.

Ray Caputo’s work has been heard by millions of people across the United States and abroad.  He’s a graduate of both Florida State University and Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication.  He’s the proud father a young daughter and enjoys to read and go to the beach in his spare time.