Joe Pags

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Joseph John Pagliarulo (born August 1, 1966), better known as Joe Pags, is an American, nationally syndicated, conservative TV/radio talk show host.


Born in Long Island, New York,[1] Pagliarulo worked primarily in television news, serving in many roles and eventually as the main anchor at WEYI in Saginaw/Flint, Michigan (1994–1996), morning and Noon anchor at WWMT in Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids, Michigan (1996–1997), Main Anchor, Managing Editor and eventually News Director at WLAJ in Lansing/Jackson, Michigan (1997–2002) and Main Anchor at WRGB in Schenectady, New York (2002–2005); during and after his time at WRGB he also served as talk show host at WHAM/Rochester, New York and WXDX in Detroit, Michigan.

His daily show is heard on Clear Channel Communications's flagship talk radio station WOAI 1200 in San Antonio as well as KPRC-Houston, KEX-Portland, KHOW-Denver, and KTLK-Minneapolis. After Andy Dean's departure, Pagliarulo's daily show was broadcast to the 130 America Now affiliates for almost a year until a full time replacement host was selected. After the America Now fill-in period ended, the show has begun syndication, and is now heard on 25 stations as of October 20, 2015.

Pagliarulo has made many appearances on Fox News, CNN, and MSNBC and served as a long-time frequent fill-in for Glenn Beck on Beck's television and radio programs.

He and wife Jenny live in Texas with their four daughters, one of whom was adopted from China named Jia.[2]


  1. ^ "Joe Pagliarulo". WRGB. Archived from the original on November 29, 2004. Retrieved February 22, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Meet Joe Pagliarulo". WOAI. August 9, 2005. Archived from the original on December 22, 2007. 

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