1140 Sacramento

Entercom LMA’s Sacramento & San Francisco Stations To Bonneville

Bonneville International will LMA Entercom’s required spin-offs in Sacramento and San Francisco. Bonneville International will gain control of four of CBS’ five stations in Sacramento: AC “Mix 96” 96.1 KYMX, Hot AC “Now 100.5” KZZO, “New Country 105.1” KNCI, and “Sports 1140” KHTK. Bonneville also will operate four stations in San Francisco: CBS Radio CHR “99.7 Now” KMVQ and Entercom AC 96.5 KOIT, Classic Rock “98.5 K-Fox” KUFX, and Urban AC 102.9 KBLX. No sale agreements are in place yet as the licenses will be held by the Divestiture Trust. Bonneville will begin operating the stations as soon as the Entercom/CBS Radio merger closes later this month. Rhythmic CHR 102.5 KSFM will remain with Entercom and jo...[Read More]

Entercom Narrows Down 16 Stations To Be Divested To Complete CBS Radio Merger

In order to complete its merger with CBS Radio, Entercom has agreed to divest sixteen stations in order to ensure regulatory approval. In a memo sent to CBS Radio employees CEO Andre Fernandez revealed that the following stations will be divested: Boston: CBS Radio’s News/Talk 1030 WBZ, Sports “98.5 The Sports Hub” WBZ-FM, Classic Rock 100.7 WZLX and Entercom’s Talk 680 WRKO and Urban AC “The New 97.7” WKAF. San Francisco: CBS Radio CHR “99.7 Now” KMVQ and Entercom AC 96.5 KOIT, Classic Rock “98.5 K-Fox” KUFX, and Urban AC 102.9 KBLX. Sacramento: CBS Radio’s AC “Mix 96” 96.1 KYMX, Hot AC “Now 100.5” KZZO, Country 105.1 KNCI, and Sports 1140 KHTK Seattle: CBS Radio’s Variety Hits “96.5 Jack...[Read More]

Don Geronimo Off KHTK’s Lineup

Update 10/16: Being given the rare opportunity to say farewell to his KHTK audience following his being pulled from the station’s schedule, Don Geronimo confirmed that he was pulled in order for the station wanted to focus completely on Sports. Geronimo will be remaining with CBS and relocating to another market to be announced later. Original Report 10/4: Claiming sagging ratings and wanting to have more sports oriented talk in its lineup, Don Geronimo has been removed from the lineup at CBS’ “Sports 1140” KHTK Sacramento. Geronimo returned to the 12-3pm timeslot in July following a run in mornings on the station. He joined KHTK in May 2010 after retiring from his syndicated “Don & Mike” show based at CBS’ 106.7 WJFK-FM Washington in 2008. Ge...[Read More]

KHTK Sacramento Resets; Don Geronimo Back To Middays

“CBS Sports 1140” KHTK Sacramento is shuffling its lineup and resetting back to its previous “Sports 1140 KHTK” moniker. Starting July 8, morning host Don Geronimo will shift back to middays from 12-3pm along with co-hosts Drew Hoffar and Little Joe Pittman. The rest of Geronimo’s team, Joe Ardinger, Mark “Phantom” Lowe, and Craig Harless are departing the station. The morning slot will be taken over by former KHTK host Carmichael Dave, who had been let go by the company last year. He will be joined by Keith “Boondock” Brooks, who currently hosts afternoons at sister Rhythmic CHR 102.5 KSFM. The new show will run from 5:30 to 9am, as the 9:00 hour is added to Jim Rome’s syndicate show so that all three hours air live on KHTK. Curr...[Read More]