Lineup Changes at XTRA 1360

By Joe Nelson




XTRA 1360 Creates Power Shift to Lineup






San Diego, CA – March 13, 2019 –Effective March 18, XTRA 1360 Fox Sports San Diego shifts its hosts to create a dynamic new line-up including the reunion of Mike Costa and Judson Richards for “Costa & Richards” in the morning, followed by middays with “Hardwick, Schaeffer & Friends” featuring Nick Hardwick and Jon Schaeffer, and the “Loose Cannons” get even bigger with former NFL Lineman, Rich Ohrnberger, joining Steve Hartman for the afternoon drive.


XTRA 1360 Weekly Lineup:


· “Costa & Richards” – 6 to 9 a.m.


· “The Herd” with Colin Cowherd – 9 a.m. to Noon


· “Hardwick, Schaeffer and Friends” – Noon to 3 p.m.


· “Loose Cannons” with Steve Hartman & Rich Ohrnberger – 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.


· “Power Hour” with Ernie Martinez – 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.






San Diego sports listeners will wake up with “Costa & Richards” each weekday morning at 6 a.m. The two previously teamed to host “The Drive” which aired in afternoons on XTRA 1360. “I’m so excited to return to morning radio and reunite with my radio life-partner Judson,” said Costa.






"The Herd" with Colin Cowherd, which is simulcast on FS1, will continue to air weekdays from 9 a.m. to Noon.






“Hardwick, Schaeffer & Friends” takes over the middays. “The opportunity to team with Jon Schaeffer, plus bring aboard our new friends Kevin Acee from the Union Tribune, former Padre, Heath Bell, and NFL veteran, Marcus McNeil, is incredibly exciting,” said Hardwick. “Jon and I will have a show that is completely unique to San Diego radio.”






Hardwick spent 11 seasons as a center in the NFL from 2004-2014. During his career, he was considered the anchor for a dynamic offensive line, and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2006. John Schaeffer currently hosts the pre- and post-game shows for the San Diego State Radio Network and San Diego Fleet play-by-play voice heard on XTRA 1360.






Rich Ohrnberger vacates the midday slot to join Steve Hartman as co-host of the “Loose Cannons,” heard weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. Rich, former NFL Linemen, for the New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals and San Diego Chargers played from 2009-2014. In addition, Ohrnberger is the Radio Color Analyst for the San Diego State Aztecs and San Diego Fleet Football.






“We are thrilled to make these changes to our lineup, that highlights such extremely talented hosts with versatile skillsets,” said iHeartMedia San Diego Market President, Melissa Forrest on the new lineup. “We are also extremely excited to continue to provide our listeners unparalleled access to the NFL plus Padres, San Diego State, and all San Diego sports news.”

Comments

alraba said…
So Joe all these changes because Mark Willard left? Loved Hartman and Costa with Ernie. Will not be the same. What a shame
kcbQ said…
poor sports radio xtra 1090 still on....they need to talk more sports not show biz and personal issues
Paul Williams said…
And as I previously suggested to them on their Facebook page, they need to air more Fox Sports Radio programming in the evening, starting right at 7pm, instead of replaying their morning show.

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