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A former KGO Radio employee shares his notebook while reminiscing with others laid off from the company at the nearby Grumpy’s Restaurant & Pub in San Francisco, Calif. At least 20 full-time staffers, and perhaps more, were laid off Thursday morning from KGO Radio and KFOG 104.5, a local rock station, by parent company Cumulus Radio.
None of the former employees wanted to be identified because it could impact their severance packages.
One anchor described reading the news on air that morning amid the layoffs, which were first reported by Rich Lieberman, a media blogger.“We were trying to be happy and chipper,” this anchor said.
All the while, sitting behind the microphone, they watched staffers leave one by one.
“These pillars were falling around us.”Though the departure of KGO legend Ronn Owens to famously conservative KSFO grabbed much of the media attention Thursday, many more were lost in the layoffs.
The strategy could leave some left-wing talkers, such as Stephanie Miller, Bill Press and Thom Hartmann, without a home in a couple of very large, liberal-skewing markets.