Where Are They Now?
Los Angeles Radio People, G
Compiled by Don Barrett



G, Captain: KKBT, 1993-94. Born Greg Beasley in 1960 in Chicago, he was the youngest of 13 children. While working in St. Louis in the early 1990s, Greg produced a syndicated show called "Urban Mix" that ironically was carried on the station he would end up working for, KKBT. The midday jock died July 1, 1994, at the age of 33. He did his regular show on June 30 but on July 1 was rushed to Daniel Freeman.
G, Johnny: KFWB, 1965. Unknown.
G, Julio: KDAY; KKBT, 1995-2001; KZAB, 2004-05; KDAY, 2005-07. Julio worked afternoons at the Hip-Hop station until the summer of 2007. He's now concentrating on his musical career.
Gable, Bob: KHJ, 1973. Bob last worked at WMMO-Orlando.
Gage, Bob: KFOX, 1958; KBIG, 1958-64; KEZY, 1964. Bob owns a wholesale business in Paso Robles.
Gaivar, Carlos: KNX, 1994-2006. Carlos was one of the all-night news anchors at KNX until the spring of 2006.
Galiffa, Dee: KLFM, 1966-69; KJLH, 1969-71; KREL, 1971-72. Dee was gm at KREL during the r&b doo-wop period. When he was a dj, he was known as Horace Winkk.
Gallacher, Ken: KJOI, 1973-74; KFI, 1984-2006. Ken retired from KFI in the Fall of 2004 and worked a weekend shift from his home in Virginia. He left the weekend show in 2006.
Gallagher, Fred: KFWB, 1971-80; KNX, 1980-1999. Ken retired from KNXNewsradio on May 31, 1999.
Gallagher, Mike: KRLA, 2001-07. Mike's syndicated Salem show moved to morning drive on October 1, 2001. In August 2002 he moved out of morning drive and is now heard overnights at KRLA.
Gallardo, Fred: KLOS, 1977; KLSX, 1987-88. Fred was last seen working for a car dealership in Simi Valley..
Galvez, Francisco: KLAX, 2001; KMJR, 2001. Pacorro works morning drive at "Recuerdo" KRCD/KRCV.
Gamache, Tom: KPPC, 1969; KMET, 1969-71. Tom is an outdoor photographer.
Gandell, Al: KTYM. Unknown.


(Jim "Mudcat" Grant; John and Larry Gassman; Blair Garner; Gil Gross; and Penny Griego)

Garabo, John: KZLA, 1993-95. John is working mornings at KSKS ("KISS Country 93.7")-Fresno.
Garber, Mary Beth: Mary Beth is president of the Southern California Broadcasters Association.
Garcia, Dominick: KRLA, 1986-97; KIKF, 1997-99. Dominick works at Metro Networks.
Garcia, Eleazar: KSCA, 2002-05. Eleazar took over as pd at the Spanish KSCA in the summer of 2002.
Garcia, Jeff: KPWR, 1998-2007. In the early Fall of 2005, Jeff was promoted to sports guy in Big Boy's Neighborhood.
Garcia, Vince: KTWV, 1998-2004. Vince worked swing at "the WAVE."
Gardner, Bill: KPCC, 1984-2000; KPFK, 2000-07; KKJZ, 2006-07. Bill hosted the quintessential doo-wop music show on Friday nights at KPCC until a format change dropping all music programming in the spring of 2000. He is a supervisor of social workers who aid victims of child abuse in Los Angeles County. His weekly show, Rhapsody in Black, moved to KPFK in May 2000 and he hosted a weekend show on KKJZ playing jazz, blues and classic r&b until the spring of 2007 when there was a management change.
Gardner, Jay: KHJ, 1984-85; KRTH, 1985-90; KCBS/fm, 2002-04; KRTH, 2006-07. Jay takes over as production director at K-EARTH in early March 2006. He's also been the voice of CBS/TV.
Gardner, Randy: KGBS, 1973-75; KFOX, 1975-76; KGGI, 1981-84; KMGG, 1984; KOST, 1984-85; KRTH, 1985-89. Randy is commercial production director for Washington, DC's ESPN affiliate and Washington Redskins radio network.
Garland, Les: KIQQ, 1974-75. Les is heading a new venture called Bluetape.
Garman, Ralph: KROQ, 1998-2007. Ralph is the entertainment guy on the morning KROQ Kevin & Bean show.
Garner, Anita: KBIG, 1984-88. Anita is working on a book and movie of her personal journey with preacher/singer parents called The Glory Road. Additionally, Anita is the female voice of KCET.


(Dr. Toni Grant; Jim Governale; Dominick Garcia; Bob Gowa; and Paul Gonzales)

Garr, Bill: Bill broadcast race results for Southern California radio stations for close to 40 years. Unknown.
Garrett, Keli: KORG, 1978-80; KUTE, 1980-87; KXEZ, 1990-93; KACE, 1990-93. Unknown.
Garrett, Nicole: KKTR, 1998. Nicole works for one of the traffic services.
Garrett, Pat: KIQQ, 1974-75; KHJ, 1979-80; KWST, 1980-81; KMGG, 1981-83; KEZY, 1984-85; KKHR, 1985; KODJ, 1991. Pat is the operations manager for the Cumulus 7-station cluster in Savannah, Georgia.
Garroway, Dave: KFI, 1970-71. Dave was part of a historic day in tv. In early 1952 NBC opened a broadcast with a shot of Dave looking outside through the "Window on the World" in New York City. The Today show was the first that featured his signature sign-off with hand raised, uttering one word, "Peace." He hosted the show from 1952 to 1961. He was acclaimed for his calm, understated manner. His thick-rimmed glasses gave a whole generation of imitators that owlish look. His broadcast career began shortly after he got his college degree from Washington University in St. Louis where he majored in abnormal psychology. He was visiting New York City in 1937, as he told it, when "some gal got me drunk and I woke up next morning as an NBC page." He spent many years at WMAQ-Chicago. After his wife died a tragic death by jumping from a building in 1961, he felt compelled to quit the Today show. He went on to do local radio and tv shows in Boston and then to KFI. Dave committed suicide on July 21, 1982, in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania. He was 69.

(Gillian; Yolanda Gaskins; Melrose Larry Green; and Bob Guerra)

Garver, Gary: KLSX, 1993-2006. Gary worked production and hosted a weekend show, "The Single Life" at KLSX until the Spring of 2006.
Garza, Erika: KRTH, 2005. Erika joined Hollywood Hamilton has co-host of the morning K-EARTH show in February 2005 and left a month later. She's working on projects with Telemundo.
Garza, Joaquin: KLAX, 2000-01. "El Chulo" joined KLAX from the Z Spanish Network.
Garza, Pepe: KBUE, 2004-06. Pepe is program director at KBUE.
Gaskins, Bob: KTWV, 1988. Unknown.
Gaskins, Yolanda: KABC, 1991-94; KMPC/KTZN, 1994-97; KABC, 1997-99. Yolanda left KLIF-Dallas on January 6, 2000.
Gassman, John and Larry: KPCC, 1980-2000; KCSN, 2000-01. The identical twin brothers hosted "Same Time, Same Station" for years. They have a company that acts as a clearing house for radio/tv audio clips and source material for old radio shows.
Gates, Daryl: KFI, 1992-94. Daryl is the former police chief of Los Angeles who owns "Chief," a consultant company dealing in areas of domestic and international security.
Gates, Gene: KZLA, 2000. SEE Gene & Julie
Gates, Kelli: KLYY, 1997-98; KLOS, 1998-2007. Kelli is part of the morning team at KLOS.
Gato, El: KNAC, 1986; KWIZ, 1988-95. The Killer Kat has returned to school and lives in Bakersfield.
Gehringer, Jeff: KKGO, 1986-89; KACD; KIKF/KMXN, 1998-2005. Jeff is business manager for the Art Astor radio stations.
Geiger, Steve: KFSH, 2006-07. Steve works weekends at "the FISH."


(Steve Gregory; Larry Groves; Jacque Gonzales James; Goodfellas; and Nick Gerard)

Geist, Mary Ellen: KFWB, 1989-92; KABC, 1996. Mary Ellen left her slot as morning anchor at KGO-San Francisco in the summer of 2004 and in the fall joined afternoons at WCBS-New York. She left broadcasting to help her mother and care for her father with Alzheimer's. Mary Ellen wrote about the experience, Measure of the Heart, in a best selling book.
Geller, Andy: KODJ, 1989; KLOS. Andy has an active voiceover career and does promos for network tv.
Gene & Julie: KZLA, 2000. Gene Gates & Julie Jacobson are working at KVIL-Dallas.
Gentri, John, KHJ, 1965. John passed away in 1976.
George, Wally: KABC, 1987; KLAC, 1987-90; KIEV. In the summer of 1996, Wally underwent surgery to remove a potentially fatal blood clot that had been pressing against his brain. He died from complications of cancer on October 5, 2003, at the age of 71. 
Georgi, Bill: SEE Bill McEntire
Georgia, Eva: KPFK, 2002-07. Eva stepped down as general manager at Pacifica Radio's KPFK in October 2007.
Germain, Ann: KFI, 1989-93; KEZY; KIEV; KFWB, 1999. Ann is a full-time mom to her two children.


(Neil Grant)

Germain, Marc: KTLK, 2007. Marc worked afternoon drive at K-TALK until late 2007. He was formerly Mr. KFI and Mr. KABC.
Gerard, Nick: KSUR, 2003-04; KKJZ, 2008. Nick worked morning drive at Adult Standards, "K-Surf" until a format change in the summer of 2004. He's now hosting Nothing But the Blues at K-Jazz. SEE Nick Summers
Gershan, Kevin: KIQQ, 1974; KMPC, 1975; KMGG, 1983-84; KQLZ, 1985; KRTH, 1992-98. Kevin is a producer at Entertainment Tonight.
Geronimo, Don: KIIS, 1981-82; KFI, 1982. Don has a syndicated radio show.
Gevinson, Anita: KLOS, 1980-81; KMPC/KEDG, 1988-90; KSCA, 1993-96; KMPC, 1993-96; KLSX/KRLA, 1997-2008. Anita broadcasts traffic for Shadow Traffic.
Gibbons, Leeza: KBIG, 2002-2007. Leeza was the tv image for KBIG. She has a weekend show at KBIG.
Gibson, Steve: KGIL, 1969-74. Steve worked in the news department at KGIL.
Gifford, Larry: KSPN, 2006-08. Larry is pd at KSPN. He arrived in the Spring of 2006 from ESPN pd.
Gilbert, Jack: KMPC, 1965; KGIL, 1966. Unknown.
Gill, Cliff: KEZY/KORG, 1959. Cliff owned KEZY and KATY-Hemet. He died September 8, 1999.
Gill, Jeff: KJLH, 1990-97. Unknown.
Gillian: KJLH; KRLA, 1984-91; KACE, 1994-2000. Gillian Harris worked afternoons at KACE until a format change to Spanish. In early 2000 she appeared in her debut film, Plausible Denial.

(Ralph Garman; Gene & Julie; Kelli Gates; and Greg Gonzo)

Gilliland, John: KRLA, 1965-70. John created one of the bright spots in Southern California radio history, "The Pop Chronicles." The show was narrated by Thom Beck, John and Sie Holliday. John was born October 18, 1935 and graduated from Texas Christian University with a B.A. in English. John worked at two Dallas stations, KCUL and KLIF. For two years beginning in 1959, John was a member of the multi-award-winning news department at KILT-Houston and then moved on to KOGO-San Diego until joining KRLA in 1965. Inspired by the Monterey Pop Festival of '67, John approached the station with the idea of an audio history of pop music. John tells the story from his home in Quanah, Texas: "The plan was to do interviews with, maybe, fifty of the most influential contributors to Pop music in the '50s and '60s and weave them into some 25 programs. Two years later, when "The Pop Chronicles" made its first appearance on KRLA, the interviews totaled more than 100, and the series clocked in at 55 hours." John worked briefly on "The Credibility Gap" but concentrated on his "Chronicles" commitment. In 1971 he joined Gene Autry's KSFO-San Francisco and spent most of the decade producing a 24-hour blockbuster series on the 1940s and working as an evening jock. "After KSFO I retired from the business in 1978 and came home to Quanah to be with my parents during a difficult time. At the same time, I began writing a long-planned comic novel about broadcasting." The book was never published and in 1985 John returned to radio at KRBE-Houston. "In '87 after my mother's death, I came back to Quanah intending to sell the family home, then ended up settling in." During the 1990s, John was producing documentaries that included "Christmas Quanah" and "The History of Quanah" for the Chamber of Commerce. In 1994 his Pop Chronicles: The Forties was published as an audio book by the Mind's Eye. John died July 24, 1998 of an apparent heart attack. He was 62.
Gilmore, Doug: KJLH, 1984-86. Last heard, Doug was working in radio in Ojai.
Ginell, Cary: KCSN, 1976-87; KFAC, 1987; KCLU, 1994-2004. Cary is project manager/editor at Alfred Publishing.
Gjerdrum, Tom: KIIS, 1994. Tom is the operations manager for Backyard Broadcasting, based in Sioux Falls.
Gladstone, Terry: KLOS, 1978-81; KEZY, 1991-83; KNAC, 1984; KMET, 1985-86; KNX/fm, 1986-88; KLSX, 1993-94; KSCA, 1994-96; KLOS, 2004-08. Terry works at Dial-Global (formerly Westwood One) and she is a songwriter/composer and a music therapist working with Down Syndrome clients. She also works swing at KLOS and hosts Local Licks.
Glaser, Gregory: KMDY/KNJO, 1986-89; KGIL, 1990-91; KVEN/KHAY, 1991-99; KLYY/KSYY/KVYY, 1999-2000; KVTA, 2000.


(Hal Goodwin; Johnny Gunn; Ken Gallacher; and Paul Gomez)

Glazer, Ron: KWNK, 1985. The whereabouts of Ron, part of the L.A. Express football broadcasting team, unknown.
Glenn, Henry: KLON, 1971-81. Henry is a tv sports and entertainment reporter/producer.
Glick, Patti: KGBS, 1973; KLVE, 1974-75; KLOS, 1976-78; KPOL. Patti does voiceover work.
Glickman, Paul: KPCC, 2000-07. Paul is news director at KPCC.
Godfrey: KTYM, 1965-68; KALI, 1965-68. Godfrey works for City Hall Distributors, a wholesale record distributorship.
Godges, Mary Jo: KNAC, 1980-88. Mary Jo is a musician and went to Europe to be part of the Diamond Claw musical group.
Goerg, Frank: KNX, 1968; KFWB, 1968-70. Frank died October 12, 1988, in Sedona, Arizona.
Goich, Lisa: KLSX, 1997; KTLK, 2007. Lisa is the producer/sidekick on the afternoon drive KTLK Marc German show. She also produces the Mitch Albom Show and two weekend shows, Wayne Resnick and Joe Hicks. 
Gold, David: KIEV, 1998-99. David worked at KIEV until the fall of 1999.
Golden, Brian: KMPC, 1992-93; KLSX, 1996-97. Brian is a sports writer for the Antelope Valley News.
Golden, Pat: KRKD, 1956-59. Unknown.
Goldfarb, Bob: KUSC, 1984-85; KFAC, 1986-89; KUSC, 2000-01. Bob is a Classical music consultant. His company is called ArtsMedia LLC, based in New York and Los Angeles.

(Larry Gifford; Carl Goldman, Jeri Seratti Goldman; and Steve Geiger)

Goldman, Carl: KIQQ, 1974-80; WW1, 1983-90; KBET, 1994-2000; KHTS, 2003-08. Carl is president/owner of Santa Clarita's KHTS.
Goldman, David: KMPC, 1996. The whereabouts of the former host of a weekend restaurant show are unknown.
Goldman, Jeri Seratti: KZLA, 1980-86; WW1, 1984-94; KBET, 1994-2000; KHTS, 2003-08. Jeri is owner of Santa Clarita's KHTS.
Goldsmith, Martin: KFAC; KKGO/KMZT. Martin joined the Classical channel at XM Satellite Radio in the summer of 2003.
Goldstein, Paul: KMET, 1986-87; KTWV, 1987-90 and 2003-08. Paul is the pd at the WAVE. 
Goldwyn, Greg: KVFM, 1975; KIQQ, 1975-76; XPRS, 1976-77; KCSN, 1977-80; KVTA, 2003-05. G.J is a computer professional running his own consulting company in Ventura County, administering the computer network for Gold Coast Broadcasting and doing a computer show late Sunday afternoon.
Golic, Bob: KMAX, 1995-96; KWNK, 1996; KXTA, 2000-01; KMPC, 2001-03. Bob joined Chris Myers for afternoon drive at all-Sports KMPC (1540AM) in late 2001 and left December 31, 2003. He hosts a sports talk show in Cleveland.


(Bob Grant; Anita Garner; Fred Gallagher; Jon Goodman; and Bob Golic)

Gomez, Batman: KQLZ, 1989-91. Unknown.
Gomez, Jim: KWIZ, 1993. Jim, who hosted "Sunday Night Live" at KWIZ, is now in sales with Rite Aid.
Gomez, Paul: KLON; KNX, 1994-2004; KFWB, 2004-08. Paul is assistant news director at KFWB.
Gonier, Kevin: KIQQ, 1984-85. Unknown.
Gonzales James, Jacque: KOST, 1994-97; KPWR, 1998-99. Jacque is an on-air host at the QVC Network.
Gonzales, Paul: KFWB, 1980-83 and 1997-2000. Paul is a free-lance consultant.
Gonzalez, Amalia: KSKQ; KHJ; KTNQ; KRCD/KRCV. Amalia is program director at "Recuerdo" KRCD/KRCV.
Gonzalez, Phil: KMET, 1979-84; KJOI/KXEZ/KYSR, 1984-96. Phil is sales marketing manager for KCBS/Channel 2 and KCAL/Channel 9.
Gonzalez, Steve: KWIZ, 1978-87; KABC, 1987-2007. Steve left Metro/Shadow in February 2007 after a decade with the news service where he was heard on KABC, among other stations.
Gonzer, Jeff: KPPC, 1969-71; KMET, 1971-72; KLOS, 1972-76; KMET, 1976-86; KLSX, 1993-94; KSCA, 1995-97. Jeff is program director and works mornings at the Adult Rock format at Dial-Global (formerly named Westwood One).


(Joe Grande; Chief Daryl Gates; Chef Jamie Gwen; Hal Goodwin)

Gonzo, Greg: KNAC, 1986-89. Last heard Greg was working in Detroit radio.
Good, Tommy: KFOX, 1957-60. Unknown.
Goodfellas: KPWR, 1999-2006; KDAY, 2006-07. The Goodfellas left afternoons at "Power 106" in July 2006 and started at KDAY in the early fall of 2006.
Goodman, Bob: KSBR, 2001-07. Bob hosts a Saturday show, "Whole Nuther Thing," which features lost music.
Goodman, Jon: KNX, 1968-96. Jon retired after almost 30 years with KNXNewsradio.
Goodman, Mark: KMPC/KEDG, 1988-89; KROQ, 1992-93; KYSR, 1996-97. Mark is a former MTV vj. He works for one of the Satellite music radio stations.
Goodwin, Hal: KRLA, 1959; KFWB, 1961-73. Hal suffered a fatal heart attack on May 17, 1973, while on the air.
Gorbitz, Karen: KFWB, 80s. Karen Gorbitz Levy, assignment editor and editor at KFWB, passed away in February 2000 after a long battle with ovarian cancer.
Gorbitz, Scott: KFWB, 1979-96. Scott lives in Hawaii.
Gordon, Dan: KPOL/KZLA, 1978. Unknown.
Gordon, Eric: KEZY, 1987. Unknown.

(Bob Grant; Mike Gallagher; Christine Griego; and Dave Garroway)

Gori, Kathy: KMPC, 1972-75; KIIS, 1975-76; KTNQ, 1977-80; KPFK, 1996-2003. Kathy hosted the morning show, "Up for Air" on KPFK.
Gorman, Scott: KDAY, 1965. Unknown.
Gosa, Jim: KBIG, 1964-67; KBCA, 1967-78; KKGO, 1982-89. A major jazz figure for more than three decades, Jim was a broadcasting major at L.A. City College. When he went to work for KBCA, he was known for his feature, "Jazz Chronicles." He also loved to act and performed at the Shakespeare Festival at Chapman College every summer. He served as a judge at jazz festivals and for more than a decade broadcast the Monterey Jazz Festival to Los Angeles. In 1987, L.A. Mayor Tom Bradley designated February 13 as "Jim Gosa Day" in the city. Jim stayed on the air until he died of melanoma cancer on December 18, 1989, at the age of 58, in his home in Venice. A colleague said of him: "Jim was a great man who was loved by his fellow staffers." He was married to KKGO afternoon personality Laura Lee.


(Greaseman; Lisa Goich; Steve Grad; and Leeza Gibbons)

Goss, Dean: KRTH, 1981-86; KMET, 1986; KODJ, 1989-91. Dean works weekends at KFRC/fm-San Francisco.
Gothe, Jurgen: KUSC, 1989. Jurgen hosts an afternoon drive Classical music show on CBC Radio 2, originating from Vancouver.
Gott, Jim: KABC, 1996-97. Jim is part of the speakers bureau with the LA Dodgers. He can be seen in the stands at home games asking trivia questions for promotion partner Coca-Cola.
Gottfried, Adam: KLAC, 2008. Adam co-hosts Tee It Up, a weekly golf show.
Gottfried, Alan: KLAC, 2008. Alan co-hosts Tee It Up, a weekly golf show.
Gourley, Bob: KPPC, 1986; KMAX, 1986-96. Bob hosts and syndicates "Issues Today" to over 75 stations.
Governale, Jim: KGER, 1987; KYMS, 1988-93; KKLA/KLIT, 1993-2008. Jim was pd and worked mornings at KKLA until the early fall of 2008.
Gowa, Bob: KPPC, 1971; KYMS, 1971-72; XEPRS/XHIS/XHERS, 1974-75; KMET, 1976; KROQ, 1976-77; KWST, 1977-79. Bob works for Metro Traffic and broadcasts news on KGO-San Francisco.
Gracie, Carolyn: KLIT, 1989-91; KBIG, 1993-2001; KOST, 2001-04. Carolyn is an on-air host at QVC Network.


(Keli Garrett; Tom Gamache; Tim Greene; and Gary Garver)

Grad, Steve: KNX, 1993-2008. Steve is a sportscaster at KNXNewsradio. In 1999 he won a Golden Mike Award for Best Sports Segment. Steve also works weekend sports at KTLA/Channel 5.
Graham, Gordon: KGFJ, 1965. Gordon is with CNN's Headline News.
Graham, Tony: KFWB, 1968. Tony died in 1991 in New York, where he was owner of a Greenwich Village Art Gallery.
Granato, Cammi: KRLA, 1998-99. Cammi was a color commentator for the LA Kings and runs a children's foundation.
Grande, Joe: KPWR, 2000-05; KLAC, 2005-08. The former street and sports reporter on Big Boy's Neighborhood at "Power 106" moved to KLAC, in the late summer of 2005. He works weekends at the sports station
Grande, Rudy: KYMS, 1987-88; KLIT, 1989-91; KLSX/KRLA, 1993-97; KBIG, 1998-2000. Rudy was part of the morning ensemble at KBIG.
Grannis, Larry: KUSC, 1950-51 and 1953-54; KALI, 1954-55; KWOW, 1956-57 and 1960-61; KDWC, 1957-58; KWIZ, 1961-71; KYMS, 1971-73; KNOB, 1973-78. Larry is retired.
Grant, Bob: KNX, 1960; KLAC, 1968-69. Bob left all-Talk WOR-New York at the end of 2005.
, Gene: KABC, 1970-72; KFI, 1972-73; KGOE, 1973; KWST, 1973-74; KJOI, 1975-78; KSRF, 1975-76; KOST, 1980-83; KKGO, 1994-95. Gene has a career in voiceover work.
Grant, Hank: KNX, 1965-90. The former entertainment reporter and columnist for The Hollywood Reporter, passed away July 19, 1990, after a battle with cancer at the age of 77.
Grant, Jim: KABC, 1986. Mudcat Grant is the ex-Major League pitcher.

(Julio G; Mary Ellen Geist; Joy Grdnic & Ron Stevens; Bill Garr; and Francisco Galves)

Grant, Johnny, KGIL, 1949-50; KMPC, 1951-59. Johnny died January 9, 2008. Johnny was the Honorary Mayor of Hollywood and perhaps the town’s biggest booster.
Grant, Neil: KABC, 1998-99. Neil was most recently with WXEL-West Palm Beach, Florida.
Grant, Dr. Toni: KABC, 1972-86; KFI, 1986-90; KTZN, 1997; KRLA, 1998-2000; KABC, 2000-01. Dr. Toni worked evenings at KABC until the spring of 2001.
Graves, David: KFWB, 1984-86. The former vp/gm at all-News KFWB, David is ceo of PermissionTV.com.
Graves, Robert: KIEV, 1992; KGER, 1994-97; KLTX, 1997-99; KPYA, 1998-99; KKLA, 1997-01; KTYM, 2003; KXMX/KTIE, 2003-08. Robert left Salem left Salem Communications in February 2008 after 10 years with the company. He's currently concentrating on maintaining and programming the Smooth Gospel Jazz Internet Radio Station he owns and launched in 2004 on live365.com.
Gray, Gary: KBIG/KBRT, 1970-80. Gary has retired and is living in upstate New York.
Gray, Marv: KABC, 1967-72; KFI, 1972-73. The ex-CIA agent from Connecticut started in the opinion business as Joe Pyne's producer. Marv was a World War II hero, author, lecturer and columnist who was the distinctive conservative voice of early L.A. Talk radio. He died November 8, 1973. He was 53.
Graydon, Joe: KDAY, 1959-60. The former FBI agent and Big Band singer died May 19, 2001.
Grdnic, Joy and Stevens, Ron: KWST, 1979-80. They work for All Star Radio Networks out of St. Louis.


(Terry Gladstone; Jeff Gonzer; John Gilliland; and Eva Georgia)

Greaseman: KLOS, 1993-94. Doug Tracht started syndicating his show in early 2001.
Green, Derek: Since 1997, Derek has been associate producer and writer for the Rick Dees Weekly Top 40.
Green, George: KABC, 1960-96. The former general manager at KABC represents many Los Angeles Radio People as an agent.
Green, Herb: KMPC. Herb was gm of KMPC's AirWatch. The Texan flew for over 50 years. He was gene Autry's personal pilot for 27 years and daily aired "A Pilot's View of the Weather." Herb was advocate of the twin-engine aircraft as the only fixed-wing planes for traffic coverage. The aviator's axiom is: "If an airplane loses its power, it becomes a glider. If a helicopter loses its power, it becomes a rock. Herb died in the early 1980s and was buried in his hometown of Waco.
Green, John: KFAC, 1975. Unknown.
Green, Melrose Larry: KIEV, 2000. Larry hosted a midnight show on KIEV.
Green, Phil: KLAC, 1965-70. Phil is living in Phoenix.
Green, Sean: XPRS, 1980-85; KIEV, 1985-98; KFSG, 1998-2003. Sean is a teacher in Los Angeles.
Greenberg, Peter: KABC, 2002-04; KTLK, 2005-06. Peter has a syndicated weekend travel show.
Greene, Scott: KMNY, 1986-89; KDAY, 1988-90; KJLH, 1990-92; KXEZ/KYSR, 1989-93; KGFJ 1994-95; KFI, 1995-98; KRLA, 2001-02. Scott is doing news and traffic for a number of stations.


(David Gold; Jim Gott; Kevin Gershan; Joey Griffin; and Marc Germain)

Greene, Tim: KKBT, 1990-92; KJLH, 1992-94; KMPC, 1995. Tim is involved in many types of productions.
Greenleigh, Tom: KRLA, 1976-77; KIQQ, 1977. Tom is a partner in the Quizland Web sites. He's living near Salt Lake City with wife and two kids.
Greenly, Ed: KPSA, 1972. Unknown.
Greenwood, Timothy: KNX, 2003-08. Tim broadcasts traffic on KNX.
Gregory, Laura: KCSN; KPCC; KFWB, 2000-08. Laura provides financial news from MarketWatch.Com at the all-News station.
Gregory, Steve: KFI, 2005-08. Steve joined the news department at KFI in the summer of 2005.
Gresham, Bob: KBCA, 1964-69. Bob died in the summer of 2004.
Grice, Bonnie: KUSC, 1989-96; KKGO, 1996-97; KCSN, 1997. Bonnie is with Southhampton College's WPBX-New York.

(Wally George; John Gentri; Gordon Graham; and Cammi Granato)

Griego, Christina: KRLA, 1995-98; KNX, 1998-2007. Christina reports news and traffic for one of the traffic services.
Griego, Penny: KFWB, 2000-07. Penny is a special correspondent with all-News KFWB. She spent many years anchoring the news at KCBS/Channel 2.
Griffin, Booker: KGFJ. Booker was a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, and in 1962 moved to Los Angeles, where he started with Motown Records and was a volunteer in the presidential campaign of Robert F. Kennedy. Booker was an African American activist who, after the 1965 Watts riots, wrote and helped design programs for the Westminster Neighborhood Association in Watts. Booker died July 4, 1993, after suffering a diabetes-induced stroke at the age of 55.
Griffin, Jason: KYSR, 1998-2005. Jason worked weekends/swing at "Star 98.7" and KELT/92.7 weekends in the Inland Empire.
Griffin, Joey: KWIZ, 1980-82. Joey is a corporate paralegal.
Griffin, Ken: KGOE, 1972; KGIL, 1970-75. Ken hosts a weekly "Auction Radio" show on WKII-Punta
Gorda, Florida.
Griffith, Bob: KLOS, 1977-78; KMET, 1979-82; KFI, 1982-84; KJOI, 1984-89; KYSR/KXEZ, 1990-95; KCTD, 1998. Bob is affiliate relations at Google Audio.
, Herman: KGFJ, 1963-66. Unknown.


(Joe Guimond; Scott Greene; Tom Gjerdrum; Randy Gardner; and Gene Grant)

Griffith, Norman: KGBS, 1965. Unknown.
Griswold, Tom: KXTA, 2000. Tom and his partner Bob Kevoian hosted a morning syndicated show on "XTRA Sports 1150" until late 2000.
Gross, Al: KPZE, 1987-88. Al is working for a Crawford station in St. Louis.
Gross, Gil: KLAC, 2001-02. Gil joined KGO-San Francisco for afternoons in the fall of 2007.
Gross, Laura: KRLA, 1978-82. Laura owns radio and tv production company creating nationally syndicated shows and EPKs. She produces two weekly radio shows, "On the Radio" and "The Countdown Companion."
Groves, Larry: KKDJ, 1974-76; KEZY, 1976-78; KROQ, 1979-89. Larry committed suicide on November 4, 2001, in Longview, Texas.
Guebert, Tim: KSUL, 1979-80; KNOB, 1981-88. Tim lives in Orange and is involved with mostly non-related radio endeavors.
Guerra, Bob: KLAC/KZLA, 1986-93; KCBS, 1993-94. Bob is head of programming at Cherry Creek Broadcasting.

(Mary Beth Garber; Carlos Gaivar; Jeff Garcia; and Carolyn Gracie)

Guide, Thomas: KROQ, 1993-94. Thomas left radio and works in the field of jet engines.
Guimond, Joe: KFWB. Joe works behind the scenes at all-News KFWB.
Gunn, Johnny: KBIG, 1966; KGIL, 1983-85. Johnny is retired and lives in Morro Bay.
Gunn, Mark: KACE, 1994-95. Mark is pd at WGZB/WBLO-Louisville. 
Gurnett, Dick: KKLA, 1954-55; KFI, 1955-56; KABC, 1957-90. Dick taught at the Don Martin School of Broadcasting. He was in the engineering department at KABC until his retirement in 1990.
Guzman, Rich: KACE, 1982-94; KSCA, 1994-97. Unknown.
Guzman, Suzanna: KKGO, 1999. The native Californian born in East Los Angeles is a celebrated mezzo-soprano who hosted a Sunday night opera show at KKGO.

(Peter Greenberg; Michael C. Gwynne; Mark Gunn; and Jim Gosa)

Gwen, Jamie: KRLA, 2000-03; KABC, 2003-07; KRLA, 2008. Chef Jamie began a weekend talk show at KABC on February 8, 2003 and left at the end of 2007. She appeared briefly at KRLA.
Gwynne, Michael C.: KROQ, 1977. Michael is a character actor.
Gyurina, Dave: KKTR, 1998-99. Dave worked evenings and weekends at the all-Traffic station. He's now with one of the traffic services.


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