As we reported a few weeks ago, KTKZ (1380 AM) is going to a fully syndicated, conservative talk radio format, which means that morning host Eric Hogue's show is history.
But Hogue followers will be heartened to know that he'll still be on the air. Hogue, an ordained minister, is moving to KFIA (710 AM) in Sacramento and KFAX (1100 AM) in San Francisco to start a Christian-focused program. Both stations are owned by Salem Communications, as is KTKZ. Salem says Hogue's show will air from 5-7 p.m. and will be "faith-based."
So, does that mean no more rants against the left?
No word yet from Hogue about his new gig.