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Joan Aguon Charfauros - Associate News Producer/"In the Mix" producer

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Joan joined the KUAM News team in May of 2010 as Associate News Producer. Prior to that, she was a radio personality for three years, hosting "The Morning Show with Joan" every weekday from 6-10am on FM104.3, a station, which specialized in her favorite genre of music- old school. She was the voice that got listeners going as they made their daily commute to work, school, and home.

Joan, a University of Guam Communication major with a concentration in journalism, was a writer for Triton's Call- the University's newspaper for three semesters. She was also a freelance writer and photographer, regularly contributing to various print media such as Pacific Daily News, the Guam and Marianas Business Journal, Marine Drive Magazine, and GU.

In April of 2011, Joan added Host and Producer to her accomplishments, with the premiere of the weekly evening show, "In the Mix." The show features everything Guam- from music, art, food, events and so much more. The show has served as a launching pad for various restaurants and musical artists.

When she is not working, Joan enjoys 80's cult classic movies, pop culture, quality time with her family, playing Words with Friends, and retail therapy.

 

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