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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

New KOGO Lineup Starts Monday

By Joe Nelson

KOGO EVOLVES PRIMETIME LINE-UP
Carl DeMaio Moves to Afternoon Drive and Sean Hannity Joins Mid-days

SAN DIEGO, CA – October 21, 2015 - News Radio 600 KOGO announced a new programming lineup with extended news programming, new timeslot for Carl DeMaio and the addition of top-rated, nationally syndicated talk radio host Sean Hannity, effective October 26, 2015.

“We are extremely excited about our new line-up and the addition of Sean Hannity to our team,” said Melissa Forrest, Market President of iHeartMedia San Diego. “News Radio 600 KOGO has experienced tremendous ratings growth in the past year and we anticipate these new changes will help evolve our programming to the next level.”

On October 15, 2014, News Radio 600 KOGO launched its new programming with a revamped news emphasis in morning and afternoon drive to tremendous rating success. According to Nielsen, the radio ratings system, KOGO grew in the overall total measured market audience (Sept 2014-15, Share 6yrs+, Mon-Fri. 6a-7p) from 21st place to 4th place. In the key demographic of Adults 35 years+, (Sept 2014-15, Share, 35yrs+, Mon-Fri, 6a-7p), KOGO grew from 17th place to 1st place within one year.

“We are poised for our next growth phase,” added Forrest.

KOGO LINE-UP:
5 – 9 a.m.                            San Diego Moring News with Ted Garcia & LaDona Harvey
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.                The Rush Limbaugh Show
12 – 3 p.m.                          The Sean Hannity Show
3 – 6 p.m.                            DeMaio Report
6 – 7 p.m.                            KOGO Evening News w/ Ernie Brown
  
iHeartMedia is a leading media outlet in the San Diego market and its 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 700 million downloads, more than 75 million social media followers and 87 million digital uniques across the Network.

About The Sean Hannity Show:
Sean Hannity is the second most-listened-to radio talk show host in America.  Nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks, The Sean Hannity Show broadcasts Monday through Friday from 12- 3 p.m. PT on more than 500 affiliates.  Hannity is the recipient of two Marconi Awards for Network/Syndicated Personality of the Year, and is a three-time consecutive winner of the Radio & Records National Talk Show Host of The Year Award. For more information, please visit www.Hannity.com.
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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting that they are punting the midday and afternoon news, which according to the General Manager, helped KOGO catapult to #1 withing a year.

P.S. DeMaio is totally unlistenable.

Anonymous said...

^^^ I doubt that. Dave Sniff giving up Hannity was a boneheaded move. Sean will add more listeners and Arby's

Anonymous said...

Has Sean Hannity's show been a strong performer for KFMB? Why would they let him go, and why would KOGO want to displace their "successful" news programming?

Anonymous said...

What's going to take Seans place at 760 Michael Savage.

Anonymous said...

Displacing their news? Except for Err Amerika, you did'nt see format tweaking every few weeks.. I find it hard to believe that Sniff really thinks Mike Slater is the face of the station. He gets changed every six months. And I dont get the 760 Savage question

Anonymous said...

I like Michael Savage because he is the truth no Socal station wants to carry his show. I have to listen to KSFO through IHeart to listen. Just my opinion.

Anonymous said...

Word on the street is Hannity's contract was up...not Sniff's call.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^Contract with KFMB? You can't tell me that KFMB Arbitrons are gonna skyrocket with Slater and Winterble? They are heading to KCBQ territory and I predict they'll "unsubscribe" from Nielsen to save money

Anonymous said...

Don't all syndication affiliates have contracts with their program vendors?

Anonymous said...

Can't believe KOGO again took away the news during the main afternoon drive time. Carlo should not be on the air!