THE GENITORTURERS frontwoman Gen has landed a new gig as the regular music correspondent for "The Spot", a new, weekly half-hour entertainment news show airing in the time slot immediately after "Saturday Night Live" in the Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg area. "The Spot" will make its debut on WFLA-TV (NBC) on September 13 and will appear weekly on Saturday nights thereafter.
According to an official press release, Gen was hired by show in order "to lend the appropriate added edge to the program. Gen's a proven entertainer, is dynamite in front of the camera, and will guarantee through her incisive interviews that 'The Spot''s music features won't be soon forgotten."
"The Spot"'s premiere on September 13 is expected to make a strong impression with viewers as it will include cutting-edge coverage on the areas best clubs, music events and extreme sports. The initial show will also include an introduction to the shows co-host Gen, with a feature on her band THE GENITORTURERS (also featuring former MORBID ANGEL bassist/vocalist David Vincent).
"The Spot" will be hosted by former "Real World" cast member Lindsay Brien, also formerly of CNN's "Headline News" entertainment reports. WFLA is a Media General Station, which also owns The Tampa Tribune and tbo.com.
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