KCAA To Join 'Poorman's Nation'
December 5, 2011 at 4:32 AM (PT)
JIM "POORMAN" TRENTON, the longtime LOS ANGELES radio personality who relocated to NEW YORK earlier this year to launch a new show, will be heard back in SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA daily starting JANUARY 9th, as TRENTON tells ALL ACCESS that BROADCAST MANAGEMENT SERVICES Talk KCAA-A/RIVERSIDE-SAN BERNARDINO will pick up "POORMAN'S NATION " for 7-10a (PT) weekdays, replacing CUMULUS MEDIA NETWORKS' DON IMUS.
TRENTON, who has appeared on KCAA in the past and calls the new show "a no-holds-barred live bi-coastal morning show," will be joined by sidekick PAUL AMADEUS LANE for the new show, which is being syndicated. "POORMAN" is best known for his tenure at KROQ/LOS ANGELES, where he was the original co-host of "LOVELINE."