Walter is president of Sabo Media. Walt left by the end of the year. He was responsible for the programming strategy and implementation of all Sirius Satellite stations for 9 years. He's now heard on Westwood One under the name Walter Sterling. Since , he's been a tax partner and provides personal financial services at PwC in Orange County. Glenn is a men's and fathers' issues columnist and a nationally-syndicated radio talk show host. Vytas was a news reporter at KNX. He left the all-News station in September He returned for part-time work in the summer of and left at the end of Following the Northridge earthquake, he co-anchored continuing, weeks-long coverage in the heavily damaged Santa Clarita Valley, providing a local lifeline to residents who had to cope with freeway damage, contaminated drinking water and red-tagged homes and businesses.
Mort has done it all. He is a political satirist, comedian and screenwriter. Mort always thought he knew what was ailing America and became the darling of the San Francisco coffeehouse liberal scene in the s. He got his start in San Francisco's hungry i nightspot taking verbal shots at President Eisenhower and attacking the Establishment. He was allegedly let go from KLAC for espousing a conspiracy theory around the Kennedy assassination. Mort appears frequently in a one-man political satirist show.
Saint John joined The Real Don Steele gave Dick his on-air name, and added "e" at the end of his name in following a suggestion by Dionne Warwick e. He worked at KEX-Portland in the early s. In , Dick was placed in an extended care facility in The Dalles, Oregon. A year later he called the family [his four kids] and told them he was signing waivers to not be given any more insulin, etc. He died December 10, , at the age of He was fun to be around, a great talent and good friend.
He doesn't look it He works weekends at the WAVE. Bob lives in Santa Rosa. Ed is consulting and he's authored two books on radio history: Liz is a nurse in Northern California. Josefa worked weekends at "Hot She was also a guest host on KTLK. Josefa left HOT He's now a motivational speaker and he's writing a book.
Jack was a news anchor at KNX for 27 years who retired in early He was also presented a letter from his beloved New Orleans Saints, congratulating him on his retirement. Jack first arrived at KNX in Salvatore joined the U. Army and started as a print journalist in They convinced me, because of my early acting experience to try out for the radio and tv course, and I got in. Like a massacre of old friends.
I learned from him as a young anchor. I watched and learned from the best. Brad was made station manager at "Star She's now hosting a morning talk show at LATalkRadio. KHTZ, and Gene was apd at KROQ. He left in late Dean lives in Northridge and is retired. Arlen died of a stroke in She left in March She is now working in Pleasanton, CA. He was a sergeant in the Army at the time. Tony worked middays at HOT In , he went to work at KISQ I quit my job at the post office and started playing Old School ever since.
I took a chance and it paid off. I really thought she had potential, so although she had no audition tape, I put her on the air for a live try-out. She did so well that the next morning on the way to the airport I offered her the job! When she left the Southland, she relocated to the Monterey Peninsula in and combined her radio and promotions experiences in addition to her RN background to become the marketing and communications director for Natividad Medical Center in Salinas, winning numerous regional and local marketing and communications awards.
Cherie has also become a respected mixed media artist with exhibits throughout Monterey County. She recently voiced liners for Bobby Rich's Internet radio station. Cherie volunteers for the Monterey County Make a Wish Foundation, serving as co-chair of the marketing committee, working with the Chair, Dina Eastwood.
He returned to AM with a format flip in April Karla is market manager for Magic Broadcasting. Oscar is now out of radio and went on to serve a four-year term on the board of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. Maxanne lives in New York and she is in the record business. Michael is program director at "Power Don works for Spafax Airline Network and he is producer, writer, interviewer and host for Inflight audio entertainment for 25 airlines.
He also does voiceover and a lot of theatre. Jack works for one of the traffic services. Michael's show was heard in morning drive at KGIL and until the spring of He continues in national syndication. Rick works weekends and fill-in at KROQ. She owns Tracie Savage Communications, which provides companies with media and presentation training.
She's a motivational speaker. Tracie is one of those rare talents who have excelled in numerous venues: Tracie has appeared in a spate of tv and movie projects and starred in the indie-production, The Bone Garden.
Production notes describe the film: Follow us on a thrilling, sometimes horrific journey to uncover the truth! It is so amazing. Savage was born in Chicago and graduated from the University of Michigan with a BS in communications and public relations. Her mother became a talent agent after Tracie began her acting career.
After filming Friday the 13th, Tracie retired from acting to pursue journalism. Savage has covered the Heidi Fleiss and O. Simpson trial, Savage was called to the witness stand to reveal her confidential sources, and was threatened with jail time by Judge Ito. In , Savage briefly returned to acting and starred in the movie Loretta.
Mark worked for a number of years with Chuck Blore Enterprises. Mike is retired and battling MS. He lives in Northwest Florida.
After 12 years as a sportscaster, he wanted a new challenge and became a stockbroker, which became tough after the market crash.
In he combined both career and joined Financial News Network as an anchor. He won four Golden Mike awards. He's appeared in a number of tv shows and movies. In the 's, Dr. The station featured adult contemporary music and local news and community events.
Schaffner, who practiced medicine in the Conejo Valley for over 40 years, died December 14, , at his home in Oakhurst. He was 84 years old. Jill Robinson is a novelist. Her most recent novel is Past Forgotten. Laura's syndicated show jumped from KFI in the spring of