Cumulus Rock 95.5 KLOS Los Angeles is giving morning hosts Frosty, Heidi & Frank a second platform as the trio will also be heard Monday through Thursday from 9-11pm.
“The Frosty, Heidi & Frank Night Shift” will feature a mix of best-of material from earlier in the day and content produced exclusively for the evening show. To make room for the addition, night host Melissa Maxx will cut her show to 6-9pm.
Also joining KLOS is former “Live 105” KITS San Francisco afternoon host Greg Beharrell. He will host weekends and produce digital and social media content for the station. Beharrell will continue to host shows on Corus Media Alternatives “102.1 The Edge” CFNY Toronto and 99.3 CFOX Vancouver as well as the Saturday night animation block on KBCW-TV San Francisco.
Cumulus Media announces that The Rock of Southern California, 95.5 KLOS/Los Angeles has developed “The Frosty, Heidi & Frank Night Shift”, which will air Monday through Thursday from 9:00pm to 11:00pm PST. The new show debuted Monday, January 9, 2017, on 95.5 KLOS, and is a nighttime riff on the popular KLOS show, “The Frosty, Heidi & Frank Show”, which continues to air on KLOS Monday through Friday from 5:30am to 9:30am PST. “The Frosty, Heidi & Frank Night Shift” will feature a mix of “best of” material from earlier in the morning, new content never before heard from the show, and a lot of great rock music.
Comedic personality and comedy writer Greg Beharrell joins KLOS for weekends and as a key writer and digital/social content creator. Beharrell was previously at Live 105/San Francisco and he will continue to do his radio shows in Canada, in addition to holding down duties as the Canadian voice of JACK-FM and two television shows.
Keith Cunningham, KLOS Program DIrector and Corporate Rock Programmer for Cumulus Media said: “Frosty, Heidi & Frank are sounding great and expanding their platform on the station just makes sense. Listeners have busy lives and many simply aren’t able to listen in the morning, so we’re stoked to unleash FHF on the Southern California evening crowd.”
On the addition of Beharrell to KLOS, Cunningham said: “How Greg’s brain works, I’ll never understand, but he is laugh-out-loud funny and a content machine. Southern California radio doesn’t have anyone like Greg, and we’re thrilled he’s joined the KLOS mafia.”