C.J. Malm is a multimedia specialist, with several skill sets including acting, directing, editing, and hosting various radio, television, and online events.

Growing up in southern New Hampshire, C.J. spent his extracurricular time in middle and high school acting in school plays and musicals. He received supporting roles in two productions at the Leddy Center for the Performing Arts, started his own business as a mobile disc jockey at the age of 16, and was the voice of his high school's afternoon announcements for the duration of his senior year at Sanborn Regional High School.

While studying Communication at the University of Pittsburgh, C.J. spent four years on air at WPTS-FM, the school's progressive radio station, including three semesters as the station's new media director. He also built and maintained a hobby radio station called Malisson Radio, which remained on the air for close to six years before switching to its current format, CoolJamz Radio, and its sister station, Pop Source Radio. He also produced, shot, and edited a successful web series, Is This Flammable? which gained thousands of followers.

Today, C.J. is a news reporter for WJPA-AM/FM in Washington, Pennsylvania, and an assistant for Joe Cheeta's Game Show Junkies. He has been involved with local television commercials in Pittsburgh, worked with such talent as Marc Summers and Greg and the Morning Buzz, and briefly served as co-host of the podcast Shutupyourshow. He was also seen on the big screen as Klavon in the web series, Internet Famous.

In his spare time, C.J. enjoys spending time with his wife Andrea and visiting events in the area.