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Is hiking revelation ( 1914 trio with on great finance make there were no promises when he joined KMPC. A few people did wonder how he'd handle the situation, but he said that he adjusted before he got there. To signal the new after 30 years of Whittinghill the Morning, became the new morning drive personality on 6. He started his first morning with Autry blasting out Back the Saddle Again. I've worked every shift known to radio at KMPC but I like this the best. I've always thought of myself as a morning has also hosted a number of syndicated radio shows, including Record World and W. 's Special of the Week, which was syndicated by Watermark. While at Magic 106 his morning partners were Joni and St. sports guy St. who moved to Magic from KMPC. By 1992, all the Boss Radio fans were listening to K- 101 and 's morning move to the Oldies station seemed like a seamless decision and a very comfortable fit. early 1994, was inducted into the National Broadcasters Hall of Fame. 1993 he received a on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Unfortunately the is storage until MetroLink finishes construction on Hollywood Blvd. late 1997, announced that he had lung cancer, perhaps due to being a two-pack-a-day smoker for 35 years before quitting 1996. emotional on-air statement he said he was taking some time off work to fight the disease full time. He retired from KRTH on 9, with a three-hour on-air tribute from the Museum of TV Radio broadcast live. Los Mayor Riordan, who announced that a city street be named after was part of the festivities. was presented with a replica of the Hollywood Boulevard that bears his name. On hand: Blore, Robinson, Ernest Borgnine, movie critic Sheehan, and Let’s Make a Deal’s Hall. Industry peers including Chenault, Levine, Shotgun Coffey, Sharon Katchen, Ocean and Tuna. The event was MC’ by Joni and Owens. passed away 22. He was 60. KEZY, 1969. was a principal the Frey Ad Agency Fountain Valley, responsible for all the advertising for Cerritos Auto Square. He died 2012 from complications of a stroke he suffered earlier the year, according to Chandler. was believed to be his late 60s. Born arrived the Southland from KENO-Las Vegas. He was at KEZY from 1969, starting out as the production director weekend jock and then was chosen to replace as program director. On his departure from KEZY, said, We can't compete with Los stations. We have to relate to the community more. became a principal the Frey Advertising Agency., KDAY, 1983; KBET, 1989. has a voiceover career., KAPP, 1965. is r&b singer., KEZY, 1991. is pd at WRMF-West Palm Beach., KNX; KFWB, 60s 70s. died 1991., a news anchor and reporter at and for most of three decades, died 14, at the age of 66. died of heart failure at the University of Medical Center Charlottesville. Born New City, spent most of his youth Chicago. He attended the University of Notre Dame before deciding on a career broadcasting. He started Monroe, Michigan. From there he went on to a number of other radio jobs the Midwest before getting his first television job at Detroit. While there, anchored and reported on the city's riots 1968. first came to Los 1970 for a news anchor job at Channel 5. The following year, he anchored 's coverage of the Sylmar earthquake. He also worked at KABC radio. 1975, he went to Philadelphia tv and moved to San a year later. He retired 1995., Poetess, KLAC, 1985. Unknown., KRHM, 1959. went on to a newspaper career holding various editorial positions. He taught news reporting and writing at a California university and free-lanced at a number of national publications. He had a sting as ndependent corporate communications specialist for several New Stock Exchange-listed companies. He now publishes a regular column at KMDY, 1983; KNAC, 1983; KKLA, 1984; KACE, 1990; KMPC, 1991; KLSX, 1992; KJAZ KSUR, 2000. worked at the Adult Standards 1260 until the of 2006. He now works morning drive at KDOW-San KFWB, 2008. works for Metro Traffic, primarily broadcasting for San stations. passed away on 21. He helped, encouraged, believed supported, shared his