KSBJ Welcomes Carlos Aguiar to On-Air Line Up

KSBJ is excited to announce the addition of Carlos Aguiar to their on-air team beginning Monday, January 8. Aguiar is the second to be cast as co-host of the new Afternoon Show with Carlos & Morgan, weekdays from 3pm-7pm.


Aquiar most recently served as afternoon show co-host on “Carlos & Joy” in Nashville, Tennessee at WAY-FM. Prior to his move to Nashville, he worked as Morning Show Host and Program Director at NGEN Radio, KSBJ’s sister station. “I’m coming home again! It’s not often in this business that you can work and be near family, but KSBJ is an answer to that prayer,” says Aquiar. “I love this city and cannot wait to begin serving it alongside the talented team at KSBJ.”


“It’s a lot of fun to reconnect with someone you already know. It’s like having insider information about a bunch of good things that are coming,” says Ty McFarland, Program Director of KSBJ. “We’re blessed to have Carlos joining KSBJ, and Carlos is just flat-out lucky to be working with Morgan! We’re really looking forward to how God is going to use their talents together.”


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