They try to pick a little narrow slot." Jim returned to KLOS September 22, 1997, while the station was attempting to regain its Rock glory years. From 1977 to 1984, Hans worked at KTAR-Phoenix and two Tucson stations, KTUC and KNST. Alani "La La" Vasquez Anthony joined The Beat for middays on August 30, 1999, from Atlanta and left in the spring of 2002. While a student at Redan High School, she received her first big break with her debut in a radio show, alongside Ludacris, called Future Flavas.
He went on to television as assignment editor at KOLD/TV, CBS News, KCBS/TV, and news ops manager at KTLA and KABC/TV. After working for some time at the station, she decided to relocate to Washington, DC, where she attended Howard University and studied Communications.
His broadcasting career began in 1990 as he co-hosted the "Sportsbeat" radio magazine with Larry Kahn.
Art owns the very successful album series and a number of radio stations in Tucson and Fresno.
In 1996 the commentator-packager moved USC football from KNX to KLSX. Mike was KNX Newsradio’s Orange County Bureau Chief until his retirement in July 2015. He also did post graduate study at Cal State Fullerton where he taught broadcast journalism classes. He has been compared to Morgan Freeman, Dennis Haysbert, Denzel Washington and James Earl Jones.
In 1997 he won best radio color commentator from the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association. For more than 30 years he has kept listeners informed about happenings in the OC. Landa began his career with KNX in 1969, one year after the station adopted an all-News format. Chase graduated from the Don Martin School of Radio and Television Broadcasting. After his stint at KJLH, Chase moved to San Antonio where he worked for KAPE.
Art worked evenings at HOT 92.3 and received the 2010 LARadio Lifetime Achievement Award.
In late 2012 he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame.