March 10, 2020

Report: Porsche Foxx and Mitch Faulkner Join New Atlanta Radio Station 106 Live Radio

Two of Atlanta's most popular radio personalities, Porsche Foxx and Mitch Faulkner have joined the online R&B station "106 Live Radio."

Porsche Foxx a former host on V-103 is now hosting the morning show from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. She most recently hosted mornings on Mix 87.7. (That station is now off the air.)

Mitch Faulkner a Georgia Radio Hall of Famer, has been a host on Atlanta radio at Kiss 104.1, V-103, Classix 102.9, among others; and stations in Houston and Richmond. Faulkner is also a well known imaging voice throughout the country. He is the afternoon host from 2 to 6 p.m.

Tinasha Gray, is the midday host and owns the online station with her husband Jason.


Check out more of this story from the AJC's Rodney Ho, who interviews Faulkner and Gray.

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