Meg Griffin (DJ)

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Meg Griffin (born December 2, 1953) is an American radio disc jockey, currently heard on the Sirius XM Satellite Radio channels The Loft, Classic Vinyl, and Deep Tracks.[1][2][3]

Primarily known for classic and modern rock music genres, Griffin began her disc jockey career in 1975 alongside Howard Stern at WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, New York. [4] Griffin later had stints at K-Rock (WXRK), WNEW-FM and WBAI in New York City, WLIR on Long Island, and WMMR (1978 and 1980) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her on-air nickname is "Megless."

Prior to the Sirius/XM merger in 2008, Griffin appeared on the Sirius channels Sirius Disorder and Folk Town. She also appeared on University of Massachusetts Boston station WUMB-FM in 2010-11.[5]

She was featured in a 2015 documentary about Radio DJs called I Am What I Play, directed by Roger King.[6]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ SiriusXM: The Loft
  2. ^ SiriusXM: Classic Vinyl
  3. ^ SiriusXM: Deep Tracks
  4. ^ Boyle, Mike. "Disorderly Conduct: Meg Griffin Finds Life In Outer Space". Radio Monitor.
  5. ^ Anderman, Joan (2010-05-04). "DJ Meg Griffin is finding her next wave". Boston Globe.
  6. ^ Seventh Art Releasing, I Am What I Play. Retrieved April 14, 2017