One of the most controversial DJs in Chicago radio history is back on the local airwaves.
Matthew Erich Muller, better known as Mancow, has signed with WJJG-AM (1530), a station based in west suburban Elmhurst, according to Time Out Chicago.
Mancow will be on air from 7-10 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. on the talk and music station.
He hasn't been on Chicago airwaves since 2006 when he was fired from Q101-FM, although he continued to produce his syndicated morning show from the city.
Station management is obviously hoping Mancow's presence provides a boost in listeners. According to Time Out, WJJG's audience was too small to register in the top 60 stations in the latest Arbitron survey.