WZEE Host Comes Out On-Air
October 12, 2012 at 4:09 AM (PT)
After several days of teasing a "big announcement," CCM+E Top 40 WZEE (Z104)/MADISON night host AARON ROGERS delivered an anti-bullying message in conjunction with a personal statement.
APD KATIE KRUZ joined ROGERS as he used NATIONAL COMING OUT DAY to share a personal message with his listeners, by coming out on air.
KRUZ said, "When you told me you were going to do this, I said, 'If this is important to you, this is important to me'."
In his message, ROGERS told his listeners, "Know that you are loved, appreciated and respected by more people than you realize. It really does get better and you have my support always."
Watch ROGERS' announcement here.