Carolina Bermudez

Morning Show Host,
WKTU, iHeartMedia

Carolina Bermudez is a radio personality, television host, podcast host, pop culture expert, health/wellness contributor and actress.

Carolina came to New York City by way of Miami, Florida where she began her radio career as a co-host on the “Kenny and Footy Morning Show” on Y100. Just two years after her start, she was recruited to “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” on Z100. A year after her arrival in NYC, the morning show began to syndicate programming nationally and ironically, replaced the show she came from in Miami.  Upon her departure from Z100, she went on to host a local, entertainment, lifestyle, daily morning show on WLNY-TV called “The Couch”.  In 2014, Carolina returned to radio as co-host of “Cubby and Carolina in the morning” on 103.5 KTU.

Carolina has also held the position of Senior Editor at ‘In Touch Weekly Magazine’ where she appeared frequently on programs like CNN HLN “Showbiz Tonight”, “Access Hollywood”, and “Entertainment Tonight”.  She also provided commentary on specials which aired on E!, VH1, WE TV, and more. Carolina has served as a freelance reporter for E! News and appears as a recurring guest expert on “The Maury Povich Show”, “Dr. Oz”, “The Wendy Williams Show” & “The Today Show”.

In 2011, she starred in a recurring role as reporter Blanca Morales on the ABC daytime soap opera “One Life to Live”, appeared on the CBS drama “Person of Interest” and later on CBS’ “Madame Secretary”.  In addition, she played herself on the CBS daytime drama “The Bold & the Beautiful”.

Carolina can now be heard daily hosting “Carolina Bermudez with Greg T in the morning” from 6-10am on 103.5 KTU in NYC.  She also occasionally guest co-hosts CBS’ “The Talk”, ABC’s “The View”, NBC’s “New York Live” and “The Hub” in Boston.

Carolina is of Nicaraguan descent and recently started a podcast with co-host Honey German, a fellow Dominican Latina from Power 105.1.  “Life in Spanglish” is a weekly podcast focused on discussing the cultural similarities, differences and challenges of being born and raised in the United States, while retaining traditions and customs in the Latin culture.

Originally from Ohio, Carolina Bermudez attended Miami University in Oxford and later transferred to Arizona State University. She graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism.  She currently resides on Long Island, NY, with her husband Mark and two sons, Noah (6) and Asher