Radio City afternoon presenter Kev Seed has been let go from the Liverpool station following his drink-drive conviction last week.
He was at the station on Thursday for a meeting, in which Kev was informed of his fate after driving over the legal alcohol limit on the M6 two weeks ago.
A Radio City spokesperson told RadioToday.co.uk: "We are currently in disciplinary proceedings with Kev, until this process has concluded we are unable to comment."
He was suspended from his programme on Friday last week after magistrates in South Ribble fined the former breakfast show host £1,250 and banned him from driving for 12 months after he pleaded guilty.
Kev's management agency confirmed that an appeal against the decision would be lodged immediately and will be heard within the next 10 days.
Kev said: "I am in a state of total shock. After 11 years I just did not expect this. I can't say much more as the whole thing is in the hands of my Lawyers but I hope to be back on air doing what I do best as soon as possible."