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Mike Rogers (Sometimes referred to as Mike "in Tokyo" Rogers) is a director, producer, and a radio host who, in 2006, became the first foreigner in Japanese history to hold a senior position at a major Japanese broadcasting station, when he was appointed program director, then general manager at TV Tokyo's InterFM channel.Currently, he hosts the "Mike Rogers Show" internationally. The program previously broadcast exclusively on InterFM channel in Tokyo, Japan and on Radio Neo in Nagoya, Japan.[2] He was also a director and co-host of InterFM's weekday morning program "Good Morning Garage"Rogers has been a radio/TV host/producer in Japan since 1983.[2] He is also the writer, producer and co-director of the 2017 feature film, "Ghostroads - A Japanese Rock N Roll Ghost Story" which premiered at the Raindance Film Festival 2017.[4][5] He is a founding member of the Mt. Fuji Film & VR Festival.[6] He was the lead singer of the Los Angeles punk band The Rotters between 1977 and 1979 under the pseudonym "Nigel Nitro"Rogers is a Jury member for the 2018 Raindance Film Festival in London, England. He is the first person from Japan to be given a seat on the Jury in the history of the Raindance Film Festival.[7] Rogers also won an award for his film "Matsuchiyo - Life of a Geisha" at the Raindance Film Festival in London, 2018.He is also a regular contributor to the website LewRockwell.com. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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