Nicole Michalik Joins WXTU Philadelphia For Afternoons
Beasley Media Country 92.5 WXTU Philadelphia has tabbed Nicole Michalik as its new afternoon host.
Michalik most recently served as morning co-host at iHeartMedia Classic Hip-Hop “Real 106.1” WISX until its November flip to Soft AC. The former Biggest Loser contestant also has worked in the market at iHeart’s Hot AC “My 106.1” and CHR “Q102” WIOQ as well as at WAEB-FM Allentown and WLAN-FM Lancaster PA.
She fills the opening created when Mark Razz was promoted to Program Director and moved to middays.
Beasley Media Group, LLC; a subsidiary of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: BBGI) announces Nicole Michalik has been named as the new weekday afternoon drive personality from 3-7pm at WXTU-FM in Philadelphia. She will officially begin her new position on Monday, February 25, 2019.
Michalik, who has been heard on radio over the years at WISX-FM/MY106.1 and WIOQ-FM/ Q102 in Philadelphia, B104 in Lehigh Valley and WLAN-FM in Lancaster, PA, is best known as “Nik the Web Chick,” and currently serves as the host of the hit podcast, “Why Are You Following Me?” (currently available on iTunes).
In addition, she’s appeared as contestant on NBC-TV’s “The Biggest Loser”, co-hosted “The Q” on Fox29 in Philadelphia and starred in the off-Broadway show, Gilbert Gottfried Presents: “The Diet Show”.
Michalik has been a featured presenter at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women and has assisted with social media at various national events, including iHeart Radio Music Festival.
Raised near the Poconos, she is a graduate of Drexel University, where she was named one of Drexel’s “40 Under 40.”
“Nicole is a bright and dynamic talent,” said Razz, Program Director at WXTU-FM. “She shares herself well with everyone she meets. We feel very fortunate to have been able to secure Nicole’s talents for 925XTU. She brings a whole host of experiences that our listeners will find entertaining.”
Nicole replaces “Razz on the Radio”, who was recently promoted to Program Director and is currently splitting the midday shift with Brian Mckay.