KROQ's Stryker Named New Co-Host Of 'Loveline'
November 8, 2006 at 11:55 AM (PT)
CBS RADIO Alternative KROQ/LOS ANGELES pm driver STRYKER has been named co-host of the WESTWOOD ONE nationally syndicated call-in show "LOVELINE," which has aired weekday evenings from flagship KROQ for more than 20 years. STRYKER replaces ADAM CAROLLA, who exited almost one year ago. STRYKER will continue to host his 4-7p shift on KROQ.
CBS SVP/Programming and KROQ PD KEVIN WEATHERLY said, "With DR. DREW as the heart and soul, 'LOVELINE' has consistently been the highest-rated show on KROQ since its debut over 20 years ago. STRYKER has already proven himself to be a star on KROQ. His energy, passion, and presence on 'LOVELINE' is the perfect complement to DR. DREW."
WW1 SVP/Programming MAX KRASNY said, "The only thing stronger than the on-air chemistry between DR. DREW and STRYKER is the chemistry between the duo and the 'LOVELINE' audience. 'LOVELINE' is one of our longest-running and most critically acclaimed FM programs to date, and we are excited to bring STRYKER’s unique dynamic to this groundbreaking show."
STRYKER added, "I am beyond excited to be a part of 'LOVELINE.' I’m also honored to work the with man who is responsible for the fantastic run and success of the show, DR. DREW. I grew up with the show, and now to be a part of it is truly mind-blowing."