WSIX’s Amy Paige Steps Down

Amy Paige

Country radio personality Amy Paige has resigned from her position at WSIX. Paige  previously took a leave of absence in August to focus on her family.

“I’ve made a career of doing what I love for 25 years, but it’s time to hang up my headphones,” she announced via Twitter. “My family needs me more than I need a Marconi. No regrets, only gratitude.”

Paige joined WSIX in 2011, and has worked in radio for more than two decades, including roles at SiriusXM’s The Highway and Prime Country. She also previously worked mornings and middays for Washington D.C’s Hot AC WRQX and served as an on-air radio personality for Washington D.C.’s WMZQ and New York’s WYNY.

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