Hall of Fame Radio
Roger Christian began his radio career as a teen disc jockey on WYSL-FM (103.3) in 1964. He went on to attend Franklin College in Indiana where he became the Station Manager of WFCI-FM, the college’s radio station.
After graduation, Roger returned to Buffalo and WYSL in 1970 as the overnight jock. Three years later in 1973, he joined a new start up Top 40 station, WGRQ (96.9), where Roger was both a DJ and the station’s Music Director. In 1976 he joined WBEN/WBEN-FM (Rock 102) as Music Director and later was promoted to Program Director and Morning Man in 1984.
Just three years later Roger helped the station navigate a change in its call letters to WMJQ (Majic 102, then Q102). Shortly thereafter he became Music Director and mid-day host – roles which he has held ever since, after 41 years and some 7 companies later.