World Famous KROQ-FM/Los Angeles Has a New Lineup
|RADIO ONLINE | Wednesday, March 18, 2020|
Entercom has announced a new weekday programming lineup for the legendary KROQ in Los Angeles. Current afternoon drive co-hosts Stryker and Kevin Klein will debut on mornings in the coming weeks, succeeding longtime station veteran Kevin Ryder. Megan Holiday will host afternoons and a search is underway for an evening host.
"We thank Kevin for his many years of dedication, comedy and entertainment, alongside Bean, that helped build KROQ into the iconic station it is today," said Jeff Federman, Regional President, Entercom. "Stryker and Klein have an engaged and loyal fanbase and we look forward to ushering in the future of mornings with them on the World Famous KROQ."
"Kevin and Bean set the bar high for mornings on KROQ," said Mike Kaplan, Senior Vice President of Programming, Entercom. "We're looking forward to this next chapter in the station's history and think our listeners will enjoy getting to see a different side to Stryker and Klein as they start their day."
The New KROQ weekday lineup is as follows:
- 5-10am - Stryker an Klein
- 10am-3pm Nicole Alveraz
- 3-7pm - Megan Holiday
- 7pm-midnight - Rotating Host
Stryker joined KROQ as an on-air host in 1999. In addition to his role at the station, Stryker currently hosts the syndicated radio show "Out of Order" for Compass Media Networks. He has also served as host of the Grammy Awards for Grammy.com and has made several television appearances, including MTV and VH1, as well as various movie appearances.
Prior to joining KROQ, Klein hosted a top-rated morning show, "Kevin Klein Live" on Live 105 (now Entercom sister station ALT 105.3) in San Francisco. Klein has also served as on-air host for "The Playboy Morning Show" in Los Angeles and has been featured on VH1, MTV, Bravo and E!
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