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101.9 RXP (WRXP) “The New York Rock Experience “has announced that former 92.3 KRock afternoon personality Nik Carter will officially join the Radio Station in afternoons 3pm ” 7pm starting March 30th.   The confirmation comes days after he appeared in the RXP shift as a “guest host “on the day following KRock’s format flip to Top 40.”It started last week when we invited Nik to come on the morning show with Matt Pinfield to say goodbye to his fans, and we twisted his arm into hosting afternoons that day! “said RXP Program Director and Morning Show Co-host Leslie Fram.   “Everyone in the building thought he sounded amazing so we willed it to happen ¦he’s the perfect pm drive host who knows the music and this city.” “Joining the Radio Station at this particular time in 101.9 RXP’s history is almost too good to be true! “Said Nik Carter.   “The connection that the listeners feel to RXP is one that you don’t often see anymore and when you stand in that studio and talk to the audience and you really feel it… to be given stewardship of that daily is really an honor.” Nik Carter is an industry veteran who was most recently in New York at KRock since July 2005.  Ã‚   Prior to his shift at KRock, Nik was the afternoon drive host at Boston’s WBCN for 9 years where he was also air talent on Westwood One’s “Nothing Sacred, “a weekly 60-minute music interview program ¦as well as host of Ëœthe Move Loft “on Boston’s UPN TV affiliate WSBK.   Prior to his years in the Boston area, Nik was on-air talent and music director in New York at WNYC AM/FM.


  1. Good for you, Nik! I have caught your show on K-rock whenever I didn’t like a particular song on RXP for the moment. You always had that “I’ll play what I want whenever they’ll allow me” attitude, which I admire. I am 45 and usually listen to RXP every morning with Matt Pinfield and Leslie Framm, then in the afternoon with Paul Cavaliconte (sp?). It’s a great radio station that plays every rock genre there is. I am finding out about so many bands I’ve never heard from from this station, since I’m a married working mother of 2 who’s hasn’t been to clubs in years. Thanks for signing on and not being forced to watch “Judge Judy” anymore.

  2. Woo-hoo! Congrats, Nik!
    Your devoted Boston fans still miss you. Thank God for webcasts!
    Good luck in your new gig.

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