Former 96.5 KOIT San Francisco morning host Jack Kulp is joining iHeartMedia’s new Soft AC “98.1 The Breeze” KISQ. Kulp spent twenty years (including 18 in mornings) at KOIT prior to his exit last June. He will be joined by Carolyn McArdle, who moves from similar duties at sister Classic Hits “Big 103.7” KOSF. The remainder of the KISQ on-air lineup will feature Lisa St. Regis from 10am-3pm and Tony Sandoval from 3-8pm. Both are holdovers from the previous Rhythmic AC “98.1 Kiss-FM” format. Delilah will round out the lineup from 8pm-1am.
iHeartMedia flipped Rhythmic AC “98.1 Kiss-FM” KISQ San Francisco to Soft AC “98.1 The Breeze” at 2pm this afternoon. Launching with Commodores “Easy”, the new format positions KISQ up against Entercom AC 96.5 KOIT’s older demos. KISQ registered a 2.3 share in the just released March Nielsen Audio PPM ratings while KOIT was fourth with with a 4.6 share. iHeartMedia flips Oldies KISQ-FM/San Francisco to Soft AC as “98.1 The Breeze.” The station launched at 2pm Wednesday today with 10,000 songs commercial-free. The new outlet will feature a blend of favorite music from artists like Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Whitney Houston, Michael Bolton, Vanessa Williams and more. The full on-air talent line-up for 98.1 The Breeze will be announced in t...[Read More]
iHeartMedia Rhythmic Oldies “98.1 Kiss-FM” KISQ San Francisco will debut a new morning show on Monday, September 14. Chino Iglesias, afternoon host at sister Rhythmic CHR “Wild 94.9” KYLD and current KISQ co-host Christie James will take the reigns from Renel Brooks-Moon. Brooks-Moon had hosted mornings at KISQ since its launch in 1997. She will remain with the station as host of the 12-1pm “Renel’s Record Party”. Brooks-Moon is also known as the public address announcer of the San Francisco Giants. Chino had been voicetracking mornings at iHeart sister “95.7 The Party” KPTT Denver and other dayparts in other markets in addition to his duties at KYLD. iHeartMedia San Francisco announced today the debut of Chino & Christie in the Mo...[Read More]