Radio station KABC and Bud Furillo, longtime "Sportstalk" host, parted company Wednesday. Stu Nahan, who has been a part of KABC's morning "Ken and Bob Company" show since last October, will take over Furillo's spot Monday.
Eric Tracy will fill in until then.
Furillo resigned after being told that Nahan was being promoted to host of "Sportstalk."
"There are no hard feelings whatsoever," Furillo said. "I'm happy. They made me a very generous offer to stay at the station. But I have been there a long time. It was time to move on."
Asked about his plans, Furillo said: "I'm looking for a job."
Nahan's agent, Ed Hookstratten, said the deal to promote Nahan was made before he left on a European honeymoon three weeks ago.
"Stu insisted that Bud be offered another position at the station," Hookstratten said. "That was one of the stipulations. He was somewhat reluctant to take the job at all because of Bud."