Home Login RADIO ONLINE RSS Facebook
Advertisement

KGO and KSFO/San Francisco to Debut New Morning Shows


Nikki Medoro
Nikki Medoro

Cumulus Media has announced that its San Francisco Talk stations KGO and KSFO will each debut new morning shows on Monday, March 2. Syndicated "The Armstrong & Getty Show" will move from KGO (810 AM) to KSFO (560 AM) and will be heard weekdays from 6-9am. Concurrently, KGO welcomes "The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro" to its morning lineup, airing weekdays from 6-10am. Veteran newsman Bret Burkhart joins host Nikki Medoro for the program.

VP/Market Manager Doug Harvill said, "Nikki Medoro is a compelling and proven talk show host. Her upbeat and engaging personality makes her the perfect fit to take over mornings on KGO. She'll team with veteran news anchor Bret Burkhart to deliver an entertaining, informative and interactive morning show. At the same time, Armstrong and Getty have established a very dedicated and loyal Bay Area audience that will follow them to sister station KSFO."

Operations Manager and KGO-KSFO Program Director Lee Hammer said, "Nikki has done a tremendous job working with Chip Franklin in afternoon drive, and she's earned this opportunity to host mornings on KGO. Nikki and Bret will bring a fresh approach to the day's news, both locally and nationally. They'll also invite the Bay Area's listeners to join the conversation and share their opinions."

Hammer added, "I'm also excited that Armstrong and Getty will be staying in our station family, just moving down the dial to KSFO. Joe and Jack are fantastic entertainers, super knowledgeable and they're not afraid to share their opinions. They'll be a great addition to the KSFO lineup."

Advertisement

Latest Radio Stories

IBA to Officially Form Organization Within Next Two Weeks
The Independent Broadcasters Association
The Independent Broadcasters Association
The Independent Broadcasters Association (IBA) is officially forming the organization within the next two weeks. Ron Stone said, "We have 496 owners and operators representing just under 3,000 stations that have signed up supporting the idea of the More

WWCD (CD102.5)/Columbus OH Names Laura Lee Interim PD
Laura Lee
Laura Lee
Laura Lee joins Alternative WWCD-FM (CD102.5) Columbus, OH as Interim Program Director and midday host, effective Monday, July 13. She replaces APD Rachael Gordon in middays, who resigned after 15 years with the station. Lee previously served as PD More

Mark Hamlin Exits Midwest Communications Kalamazoo as OM
Mark Hamlin
Mark Hamlin
Midwest Communications/Kalamazoo, MI Operations Manager Mark Hamlin exits the five-station cluster after five years over the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to joining the Michigan Group, Hamlin was PD/afternoon host at Country WFMS-FM/Indianapolis. More
Advertisement

Report: Former Blaze Radio Host Jay Severin Dead at 69
Jay Severin
Jay Severin
Sad to report that longtime conservative radio personality Jay Severin has died after a battle with cancer, reports TheBlaze. He was 69. Severin was a veteran and former host on TheBlaze Radio Network's national platform in afternoons. The More

RAB Campaign Promotes Trust & Truth with New Audio Assets
Radio Advertising Bureau
Radio Advertising Bureau
Given the recent Facebook boycott and continuous concerns regarding brand safety, transparency and trusted environments for advertising, the Radio Advertising Bureau (RAB) is providing the tools that reinforce to the advertising community and More

Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan/Denver Adds Nate Jackson On-Air
Nate Jackson
Nate Jackson
Nate Jackson joins Bonneville Sports KKFN-FM (Radio 104.3 The Fan)/Denver as an air talent. He will be heard across all of the station's programs as a contributor and fill-in host, in addition to contributing digital content at 1043TheFan.com. More

Return to Menu

Advertisement

Subscribe to our Newsletter
Radio news and headlines delivered right to your e-mail box -- and it's free.

Advertisement

Advertisement