Koch, Jr., optioned his book to be made into a movie for Paramount Pictures.Jim was let go from KLSX when the station changed from "classic rock" to "Real Radio" Talk format in the summer of 1995.He went on to television as assignment editor at KOLD/TV, CBS News, KCBS/TV, and news ops manager at KTLA and KABC/TV. After working for some time at the station, she decided to relocate to Washington, DC, where she attended Howard University and studied Communications.
In 1996 the commentator-packager moved USC football from KNX to KLSX. Mike was KNX Newsradio’s Orange County Bureau Chief until his retirement in July 2015. He also did post graduate study at Cal State Fullerton where he taught broadcast journalism classes. He has been compared to Morgan Freeman, Dennis Haysbert, Denzel Washington and James Earl Jones.
He returned to "the Mighty Met" and was there when the plug was pulled on February 6, 1987.
Listen for Jim's voice in the MGM movie In 1994, producer Howard W.
In September 2017, it was announced Michael would become pd at KKCW and KLTH-Portland. Jack had a long and successful career at WBAL-Baltimore and in New York at WCBS/fm and WINS before joining "K-100." Jack moved to Spain to live with his daughter and died on June 9, 1996, in San Sebastian.
Born in 1948 in a small farming community outside Sacramento, at age 21 he moved to Long Beach to work at KNAC.