Gay internet radio sensation DJ Baker and host of the long running Da Doo- Dirty Show is making the transition from radio to a new television format with his new project 'Late Night with DJ Baker'.
Over the past five years Baker has been one of the leading voices in LGBT radio opening doors for openly gay artists to present their work who are often overlooked by the mainstream media. 'Late Night' was originally to be presented as apart of EMBRACE TV's debut, but when the network imploded Baker decided to continue to work to bring his hit radio show to television audiences.
The first episode features Rupaul's Drag Race season 1 winner Bebe Zahara Benet, comedian Jae Benjamin, and rapper Medino Green.
"This is a start and the show will get better as the team expands," Baker tells loldarian.com. "I just finished my third and fourth episode and the next taping will be November 23rd. I'm building up my confidence and honing my skills just as I did with my radio show."
DJ Baker is an loldarian.com favorite and we're excited about watching him grow from a talented DJ into an even more engaging television host.
Get into the premiere episode of Late Night with DJ Baker below: