Update: 1210AM Hosts Move On

KKAY 1590AM

The former show hosts on 1210AM have moved quickly in finding new homes following the format change on 1210AM “The Score” from sports-talk to gospel.

The first to land a position was Buddy Songy. His new home will be on 1590 KKAY from 1pm-3pm starting Thursday, January 5th. Songy hosted Buddy’s Sports Talk on 1210 from noon until 3pm.

Joining Songy at KKAY will be Jordy Hultberg who will keep his same time slot that he had while at 1210AM. Starting Monday, January 9th, the same day as the BCS national championship between LSU and Alabama, Hultberg will hit the airwaves from 7am-9am.

1590 KKAY is a 1,000 watt station which broadcasts out of White Castle, Louisiana. Ironically when KKAY isn’t broadcasting local sports talk they air gospel and Christian music.

In a recent interview with The Business Report, regional programming manager Bob Murphy stated that “The timing of the national championship was really coincidental. It was purely a business decision, and all of the contracts ended on Dec. 31,” and that some of the half-dozen sports programs formerly on “The Score” will likely reappear on WJBO, Murphy says, but the details are yet to be finalized.

You can read the entire report here.

Clear Channel has decided Richard Condon will transfer to their sister station, 1150 WJBO. Condon, the former host of Condon’s Corner from 4pm-6pm on 1210, will now join Clay Young and Kevin Meeks on the WJBO morning show, the Morning Drive, from 5:30am-9am starting Thursday, January 5tth.

Condon will also have his own all-sports talk show on Sunday mornings from 9am-noon on WJBO as well.

The only two hosts that have yet to land positions with new companies are Jimmy Ott, former host of the Press Box Show from 9am-noon on 1210, and Tommy Krysan, host of Pelican Sports Radio from 3pm-4pm.

Word is that there is some yet unannounced news concerning Jimmy Ott and a move to another station.

1210′s former competition, 104.5 ESPN Baton Rouge, moved quickly in adding more local programming to their programming schedule.

Charles Hanagriff, Eagle 98.1 FM’s sports director, will begin with a new show starting on Thursday, January 5th, from noon until 2pm. Featuring a rotation panel of guests such as Derek Ponamsky, Jordy Culotta, Jeff Palermo, and others.

There is no word yet on what will air from 2pm-3pm on 104.5 ESPN Baton Rouge.

The new show featuring Hanagriff replaces the Scott Van Pelt Show that aired from noon until 3pm.

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