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Born in 1948 in a small farming community outside Sacramento, at age 21 he moved to Long Beach to work at KNAC.In 1980 Jim was cited as the Top Rock Jock for "the passion that he brings to both the songs he plays and the words that set the mood.In her spare time, Adai is developing television projects and her acting skills. Her latest appearance was in , Mike: KFOX, 1990; KORG, 1991; KFI, 1991; KMPC, 1992-93; XTRA, 1994-95; KMPC, 1995; KLSX, 1996-97.A graduate of USC, Mike was an offensive tackle during John Robinson's first tenure as head coach of the Trojans in the early 1980s.Mike moved to KFI and the Los Angeles Raiders broadcasts, hosting the "Raiders 5th Quarter" post-game show.At KMPC he hosted the "Football Saturday" show as well as "Rams Talk" before and after each Rams game.Jim was let go from KLSX when the station changed from "classic rock" to "Real Radio" Talk format in the summer of 1995.
She has been the co-host for several morning shows including co-host for the 3-year run of Stevie Wonder's Morning Thunder Thousand Dollar Thursday Show.
They try to pick a little narrow slot." Jim returned to KLOS September 22, 1997, while the station was attempting to regain its Rock glory years. From 1977 to 1984, Hans worked at KTAR-Phoenix and two Tucson stations, KTUC and KNST.
He went on to television as assignment editor at KOLD/TV, CBS News, KCBS/TV, and news ops manager at KTLA and KABC/TV.
In 1994, he moved to XTRA and then returned to KMPC as USC Trojan color football announcer. He currently works for Wells Fargo insurance Services and Comcast Sports Net Bay Area and Mike lives in Sacramento., Mike: KNX, 1969-2015.
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.
Ladd cares and it shows." In 1974, he started hosting "The Every Other Sunday Stereo Special," an interview show described by Jim as "a cross between for a brief time in 1985, going to KLOS for a Saturday night show, which he left on September 26, 1986.