Q102 DJ Mike Adam dropped by Clear Channel

Months after he was profiled in Metro, the star nightly weekday DJ of Q102, Mike Adam, has left the radio station's owner Clear Channel.

DJ Mike Adam in the Q102 studios. Credit: Charles Mostoller/Metro DJ Mike Adam in the Q102 studios. Credit: Charles Mostoller/Metro

 

Months after he was profiled in Metro, the star nightly weekday DJ of Q102, Mike Adam, has left the radio station's owner Clear Channel.

 

Mike Adam, 29, who got married earlier this summer and DJed from Philadelphia but was also syndicated in other states, announced the news on Twitter.

 

 

The workaholic DJ took Metro through his routine just two months ago.

From spinning hits at Q102 by Iggy Azalea, Ed Sheeran and Paramore, he also interviewed artists such as Selena Gomez and Kanye West.

“If there’s an elephant in the room, how am I not gonna ask the question everyone wants to know?" Adam said of his interviewing style. "You don’t wanna hear something you coulda just Googled. They’d call bulls—, especially in Philly!”

No one at Q102 answered the phone immediately for comment on why Adam was terminated.

 
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