Alex Diaz  Biography
WXXL    WOMX

Alex was born in Manhattan, New York. His radio career began at "Star 95.5" WOVV-FM 95.5 in West Palm Beach. In 1995 Alex moved to Orlando to attend the University of Central Florida. He joined WXXL-FM 106.7 first as  Alex the Intern, then as the 10PM to 2AM personality. After earning his Bachelor's Degree from the UCF,  he decided to spread his wings and took a job at WZYP-FM 104.3 in Huntsville, Alabama working as the Music Director/Night Jock. In 2000 Alex received a phone call inviting him back to XL 106.7. Alex was the winner in the "Ugly Betty, a Face Made for Radio Deejay Contest."  Alex beat out contestants from 22 radio stations across the country to win a trip to Hollywood and a visit to the set of "Ugly Betty." Alex lives in Winter Park with his fiancÚ Dawn and pooch Athena. 


  Alex married Dawn on November 22nd of 2008 at the Buena Vista Palace as part of the "Perfect Wedding Guide" promotion. Alex, wife Dawn and pooch Athena currently reside in Oviedo.

4-28-09 Alex became one of the many people laid off in the Black Day At Clear Channel Stations.

7-10  Alex joins WOMX-FM 105.1 on a part time basis.



What a beaut!
Alex Diaz wins the Ugly Betty Contest


WXXL DJ Left Off The Red Carpet   6-11-06
According to Carol Alfonso, WXXL-FM 106.7 DJ  Alex Diaz, was allowed to watch the American Idol's Season Finale rehearsals and he was audio taping the rehearsals, but FOX TV policy does not allow the taping of material that they consider copyrighted. It turns out that Alex Diaz, played back a segment of "Idol" with winner Taylor Hicks and runner up Katharine McPhee dancing to one of the songs of the show, during the rehearsal. Diaz aired his tape during the Doc & Johnny Morning Show. During the "Red Carpet" event,  Diaz was confronted by FOX Network executives, who were aware of the airing of the material and they told Diaz to surrender his credentials for the show's "Red Carpet" and the after show parties.


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