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AJ Gibson Joins Radio.com's Channel Q as Morning Co-Host


AJ Gibson
AJ Gibson

Entercom has added AJ Gibson as morning show co-host for CHANNEL Q, a RADIO.COM Original Station and the premiere LGBTQ+ Talk Radio Network. Gibson will join Mikalah Gordon on "The Morning Beat," weekdays from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. PT, effective immediately.

"AJ is a talented on-air personality with a great work ethic and commitment to excellence," said Jeff Federman, Regional President, Entercom. "We're excited to welcome him to ‘The Morning Beat' alongside Mikalah. AJ is a fixture on Hollywood red carpets and top-selling author who inspires audiences with his story and perspective on a myriad of topics. We're looking forward to waking up with him on CHANNEL Q."

"I've always dreamt of doing radio and I'm so excited for the opportunity to spark some great conversations alongside Mikalah Gordon, my co-host and, more importantly, my friend of more than a decade," said Gibson. "Joining the CHANNEL Q family is such a thrill and I'm so excited to see what this opportunity brings to our community of listeners, as well as our partners."

Prior to joining Entercom, Gibson served as the host of the nationally syndicated daytime talk show "Hollywood Today Live" on FOX, as well as a guest co-host on "Access Hollywood Live," "The Talk" and "The Wendy Williams Show." He has regularly appeared on "Good Day LA" as both an anchor and entertainment correspondent and participated in Hollywood's most-watched red carpets for Dick Clark Productions, including the Billboard Music Awards and the Golden Globes. Gibson is the author of Amazon No. 1 new release "Flipping the Script: Bouncing Back From Life's Rock Bottom Moments" and travels the country giving keynote talks, sharing his experiences on camera, as well as his work as a successful author and perspective expert.

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