Carlos Aguiar from “Carlos and Joy” to Depart WAY-FM

WAY Media Network Program Director, Todd Stach, announces the upcoming departure of Carlos Aguiar from “Carlos and Joy on WAY-FM” at the end of 2017.

According to Stach, “I watched Carlos wrestle through this very tough decision with his wife Amber. We are losing a very talented guy, but I admire Carlos for putting family first. All of us at WAY-FM wish him the very best, even though we’re sad to see him go.”

Aguiar adds, “Leaving is never easy and this departure is one of the hardest. Joy is a superstar and our show has been some of the best radio I’ve ever been a part of, but there are seasons in life where God calls you to step out in a new direction. I am honored to have been a part of WAY-FM, but I am looking forward to being closer to our family and for all that God has in store for us next.”

WAY Media also announces plans to begin the search immediately for the replacement to fill this void and join co-host Joy Summers on the WAY-FM Network in PM Drive.  Interested parties should apply at, using the subject line “PM Drive”. EEO.

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