Bob Moore Exits CBS/L.A.
January 30, 2009 at 4:48 PM (PT)
Longtime CBS RADIO LOS ANGELES executive BOB MOORE is exiting the cluster for a new opportunity as yet undisclosed. Most recently Station Manager for Talk KLSX, News KNX-A and KFWB-A, Smooth Jazz KTWV (94.7 THE WAVE), Oldies KRTH (K-EARTH 101), Adult Hits KCBS-F (93.1 JACK FM), and Alternative KROQ, MOORE served for several years as GM of KLSX, with a brief sojourn to WESTWOOD ONE and HOUSTON.
In an e-mail to staff, MOORE said, "After more than a decade at CBS RADIO, I am announcing today I have resigned my position to pursue another opportunity.
"There are many people I want to thank for making my time here a great pleasure. Firstly, DAN MASON, for always being there to support me, as well as MICHAEL WEISS, my sales guru and mentor, and SUE MCNAMARA, for always helping me get things done. There's also ANTON GUITANO, for his leadership and guidance, and CHRIS OLIVIERO for helping me make smart decisions. And of course the greatest staff of any radio station in the world and the managers at KLSX -- DAVE SEVERINO, JACK SILVER, RON ESCARSEGA, BRIAN BEISHLINE, MIKE OLSON, RICH BOERNER, ERIC DERISE, ANITA DOMINGUEZ and VALERIE BLACKBURN -- without all of you none of my success would have ever happened.
"And finally, thanks to DAN WEINER, who served as my partner on everything I did with the LA CLUSTER, and KEVIN WEATHERLY, for always keeping me in line.
"I shall always cherish my memories of KLSX and CBS RADIO and look forward to new and exciting things to come for everyone."
BOB told ALL ACCESS he would announce his future plans "at the end of next week," adding, "All I can say is, 40 years ago today, THE BEATLES played their last concert. That was the motivation for my resignation. All good things must come to an end."