With the move, KFOG is running jockless and running sweepers promoting an Evolution of the station on Wednesday, April 20. The entire airstaff has been let go including morning hosts Mike ‘No Name’ Nelson, Irish Greg McQuade and Renee Richardson, middayer Annalisa, afternoon host Bill Webster, and night host Dred Scott. The changes come as sister News/Talk 810 KGO dismissed its entire News department and is stunting in preparation of a relaunch on April 5.
Schock most recently served as interim PD/MD of AAA 102.1 KPRI San Diego until leaving in 2014 to relocate to Austin. He has also programmed Alternative “91X” and Classic Rock 101.5 KGB San Diego and was the first on-air host and Music Director at AAA 101.9 WRXP New York when it launched in 2009.
Cumulus Media announces that it has appointed seasoned radio programming professional Bryan Schock as Operations Manager/Program Director of KSAN and KFOG in San Francisco, effective April 4, 2016. Schock has programmed successful radio stations for the past two decades, serving as Program Director for high-performing stations including: 101.5 KGB-FM (Classic Rock), San Diego; XTRA-FM 91X (Alternative), San Diego; 105.5 KJAC (Jack-FM/Adult Hits), Denver; and KNRX 92X, Denver . Schock’s 33-year radio career also includes programming and on-air positions at stations including: WRXP-FM, New York; KNAC-FM, Los Angeles; WLZR-FM, Milwaukee; WHVY-FM, Baltimore; and KCUV-FM, Denver.
Justin Wittmayer, Vice President/Market Manager for Cumulus Media-San Francisco said: “Bryan’s vision and passion for KFOG and KSAN are unrivaled. This is a transformational time for KFOG. We are confident that his plans will exceed the expectations of both of our Schock said: “I grew up in California and I LOVE rock music… talk about landing the perfect gig! I can’t wait to take KFOG to new heights in the Triple A world while keeping a hand in my rockin’ roots with The Bone (KSAN). Big thanks go out to Justin Wittmayer, Troy Hanson, Dave Milner and Mike McVay. This is a dream job and I can’t wait to get started.”