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August 7, 1993 | MONICA YANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Morning radio listeners are getting a blast from the past on KLSX-FM (97.1) since longtime Los Angeles deejay Jeff Gonzer has come home. Well, almost home. When Gonzer left the L.A. airwaves in 1986, he was at the helm of the morning show on the now-defunct KMET-FM. The station let Gonzer and other deejays go in an effort to shake off a ratings slump from which it never recovered. Since his return to L.A.
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August 7, 1993 | MONICA YANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Morning radio listeners are getting a blast from the past on KLSX-FM (97.1) since longtime Los Angeles deejay Jeff Gonzer has come home. Well, almost home. When Gonzer left the L.A. airwaves in 1986, he was at the helm of the morning show on the now-defunct KMET-FM. The station let Gonzer and other deejays go in an effort to shake off a ratings slump from which it never recovered. Since his return to L.A.
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April 10, 1996 | SHAUNA SNOW
TV & RADIO CBS 'Morning' Plans: CBS News will reformat the third-rated "This Morning" on Aug. 5. Described as "a unique combination of local and network coverage" by CBS News President Andrew Heyward, the reconfigured show, unveiled Tuesday, will offer network affiliates three broadcasting options.
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February 10, 1987 | DEBORAH CAULFIELD, Times Staff Writer
Was it the long overdue death of a dinosaur? Or a Coke Classic situation? Those are the questions being asked in the wake of rock giant KMET-FM's Black Friday. As reported in Calendar Saturday, the station's management fired its entire on-air staff Friday, just three weeks after it reunited the core group of disc jockeys who fueled KMET in its heyday. This Saturday, KMET (94.7) will cease to exist. New plans include a change in call letters to KTWV-FM and a completely different music format.
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