Carson Daly is going back to his radio roots
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Carson Daly, who was an L.A. deejay before he became host of MTV’s ‘Total Request Live’ and NBC’s late-night ‘Last Call’ show, is returning to his roots. Beginning Jan. 4, he’ll host the 6 to 10 a.m. weekday show at L.A. Top 40 station KAMP-FM (97.1).
‘Now, not only can people fall asleep to my late-night show on NBC, but they can wake up with me on the radio too,’ Daly said in a statement released this morning.
Daly previously worked at rock station KROQ-FM (106.7), which, like KAMP, is owned by CBS Radio.
-- Lee Margulies