JV & Elvis Ressurect The Dog House On KKSF
Jeff “JV” Vandergrift and Dan “Elvis” Lay will reunite in afternoons at iHeartMedia Talk 910 KKSF San Francisco.
The duo spent many years in mornings at sister “Wild 94.9” KYLD San Francisco until being fired in 2005. They spent a brief time in late mornings at CBS’s ill-fated “92.3 Free-FM” WFNY-FM New York before each went their separate ways. Vandergrift eventually returned to mornings at KYLD in 2009, while Lay spent a brief time at Royce International’s “92.7 Rev” KREV. The new incarnation of the show comes as part of a contract extension to retain “JV In The Morning” at KYLD.
The Dog House will air weekdays from 4-6pm on KKSF with Gil Gross moving to 10am-2pm and Cory & Joel to 2-4pm to make way. Content from JV’s production company will be heard along with the show on iHeartRadio’s new “Dog House Channel”.
iHeartMedia San Francisco announced today a new multi-year contract with WiLD 94.9 (KYLD) Morning Show host, JV. He will continue his “JV Show” in the mornings on KYLD and expand his role to include a new program on KKSF-AM (Talk 910).
Starting October 19, Talk 910 will make some adjustments to the weekday on-air schedule. The highly successful Armstrong & Getty show will continue from 6-10 a.m., Gil Gross moves to 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., followed by Cory & Joel from 2-4 p.m., The Dog House with JV and Elvis from 4-6 p.m. and Armstrong & Getty: Beyond The Broadcast from 6-7 p.m. The remainder of the program schedule will remain unchanged. In addition to his two daily shows, JV will also produce and distribute content through his production company, which will be available on Dog House Channel on iHeartRadio. JV, who originally hosted Mornings on KYLD from 1994 to 2005 and returned in 2008, has a strong history and successful record in San Francisco.
“JV is one on The Bay’s best and consistently top rated personalities. We’re thrilled to have him extend his tenure on WiLD 94.9, along with fulfilling his passion for Talk Radio with a new show on Talk 910, teamed with previous long-time partner Elvis,” said Don Parker, Senior Vice President of Programming, iHeartMedia San Francisco. “He will not only continue entertaining the WiLD audience, but he and Elvis are part of a new and exciting generation of Talk Radio.”
“There are only a handful of talented people driven enough to find success on multiple broadcast and digital platforms, and JV is one of those rarities,” said Hartley Adkins, Executive Vice President of Opertations – Major Markets, iHeartMedia. “We are very excited to be able to partner with him for many more years.”
“This is a great partnership for JV and iHeartMedia. His on-air persona and ability to connect with our listeners has truly made him a recognizable brand in the San Francisco market. JV will certainly continue to build upon his growing success,” said Brad Hardin, Executive Vice President andGeneral Manager of National Programming Platforms, iHeartMedia.
“I get to work with the best people in the business at iHeartMedia team every day,” said JV. “I’ve never felt better about my future.”
Fans can listen to WiLD 94.9 and Talk 910 on the stations’ websites, www.wild949.comand www.talk910.com, as well as on iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app, iHeartMedia’s all-in-one music streaming and digital radio service.
Wild 94.9 and Talk 910 are a leading media outlets in the San Francisco market and their programming and content are available across multiple platforms, including its broadcast stations; online via its branded digital sites; mobile; and social, with nationwide listening through iHeartRadio — with its more than 600 million downloads, more than 75 million social media followers and 87 million digital uniques across the Network.