Top Country Air Personality Joins Air1 Afternoons

ROCKLIN, Calif. (Feb. 7, 2017) – Air1 radio welcomes a new personality to its afternoon show beginning Feb. 13, 2017. Mike Wilson joins night talent Lauren Lee for the “Mike and Lauren Afternoon Show.” Lee formerly hosted nights on the station.

“Having been a Christian music fan for years, I am humbled and honored to join the Air1 team,” Wilson said. “Lauren is amazing. I am truly blessed and thankful for this opportunity.”

Wilson joins Air1 from Entravision’s KNTY in Sacramento where he was the APD/MD/afternoon air talent.

“Mike is a one-of a-kind talent.” said Randy Chase, director of programming. “Paired with Lauren, the sky’s the limit for afternoons on Air1.”

About Air1 Radio

Air1 is a Christian CHR music radio network operated by Educational Media Foundation (EMF). Air1 broadcasts on more than 250 signals and averages six million listeners each week, in cities including Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Nashville, San Antonio and San Diego.

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