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FLU Season
Hollis Queens New York - August 11 2017.jpg Hollis Queens New York - August 11 2017.jpg
Flu Season in Hollis Queens NY, August 2017
BornJoe Lewis
Queens, New York, U.S.
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation

FLU Season[edit]

Joe "Flu Season" Lewis is an American radio personality who is the music director and afternoon show host at Magic 102.5 KTCX in Texas and his show is also heard in the Macon region of Georgia on WLZN "BLAZIN" 92.3

Lewis previously served as the assistant program director, music director, and afternoon show host in Charleston, SC at WMXZ-HD2.

Career[edit]

Flu Season started his radio career in Richmond, Virginia while he was in college for Radio-One Richmond WRHH Hot 99.3. In the early 2000s, he interned for just a week and showed a lot of ambition so he was offered a part-time weekend position immediately. His weekend show quickly became the most listened to weekend show, which then caused him to be promoted to his own morning show. Flu Season moved to Charleston, South Carolina to do night shows for WWBZ Hot 98.9. At HOT 98.9, Flu Season had the highest rated show in the station history, and he also had 20 shares in Myrtle Beach. A few years later he join Apex broadcasting WIHB WMXZ-HD2 92.5 & 99.3 where he started doing nights. On his first rating period, he was rated number two at nights, and he was then promoted to afternoon assistant program and music director. During this time, he was also voice tracking night for Cumulus of Macon, Georgia. In 2019, he officially joined the Cumulus team.

As an actor, Flu Season held a lead role on the ID Channel Show Murder Calls, season 3 episode 3 "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" which aired May 3 2018.

Flu Season also held a lead role on ATL Homicide.

References[edit]

Article Posted by All Access

Article Posted on Radio Insight By Lance Venta

Article Posted on Radio Facts By Kevin Ross

Article Posted by RAMP

Article Posted by Talkers

Articles Posted by InsideRadio

Article Posted by Radio INK

Article Posted by Radio Online

Article Posted by All Access

Article Posted by Media Confidential

Flu Season interview on 993 The Box dated Apr 30, 2013 | With Mike Epps Via Youtube

Article dated April 5, 2012 | Posted By rive video

Flu Season - Exclusive Interview By SS Media Group July 1, 2011 Via Youtube

External links[edit]

  • Fluseason on TwitterLua error in Module:WikidataCheck at line 23: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value).


FLU Season
Hollis Queens New York - August 11 2017.jpg Hollis Queens New York - August 11 2017.jpg
Flu Season in Hollis Queens NY, August 2017
BornJoe Lewis
Queens, New York, U.S.
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation

FLU Season[edit]

Joe "Flu Season" Lewis is an American radio personality who is the music director and afternoon show host at Magic 102.5 KTCX in Texas and his show is also heard in the Macon region of Georgia on WLZN "BLAZIN" 92.3

Lewis previously served as the assistant program director, music director, and afternoon show host in Charleston, SC at WMXZ-HD2.

Career[edit]

Flu Season started his radio career in Richmond, Virginia while he was in college for Radio-One Richmond WRHH Hot 99.3. In the early 2000s, he interned for just a week and showed a lot of ambition so he was offered a part-time weekend position immediately. His weekend show quickly became the most listened to weekend show, which then caused him to be promoted to his own morning show. Flu Season moved to Charleston, South Carolina to do night shows for WWBZ Hot 98.9. At HOT 98.9, Flu Season had the highest rated show in the station history, and he also had 20 shares in Myrtle Beach. A few years later he join Apex broadcasting WIHB WMXZ-HD2 92.5 & 99.3 where he started doing nights. On his first rating period, he was rated number two at nights, and he was then promoted to afternoon assistant program and music director. During this time, he was also voice tracking night for Cumulus of Macon, Georgia. In 2019, he officially joined the Cumulus team.

As an actor, Flu Season held a lead role on the ID Channel Show Murder Calls, season 3 episode 3 "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" which aired May 3 2018.

Flu Season also held a lead role on ATL Homicide.

References[edit]

Article Posted by All Access

Article Posted on Radio Insight By Lance Venta

Article Posted on Radio Facts By Kevin Ross

Article Posted by RAMP

Article Posted by Talkers

Articles Posted by InsideRadio

Article Posted by Radio INK

Article Posted by Radio Online

Article Posted by All Access

Article Posted by Media Confidential

Flu Season interview on 993 The Box dated Apr 30, 2013 | With Mike Epps Via Youtube

Article dated April 5, 2012 | Posted By rive video

Flu Season - Exclusive Interview By SS Media Group July 1, 2011 Via Youtube

External links[edit]

  • Fluseason on TwitterLua error in Module:WikidataCheck at line 23: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value).


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