Larry Elder done at KABC

ElderKABC 790 talker Larry Elder announced on his show today that after 15 years, Friday would be his last day on the air. He followed with a statement on his website that says in part:

"I'm proud of my record-setting stay at KABC. It feels like a lifetime during which this station has become a home, and you listeners have become my extended family. Like all families, we've had our ups and downs. We've been together in joy and sorrow. Good economies and bad. So it's with sadness I must tell you that KABC management and I have decided that Friday, Dec. 12, 2008 will be my last broadcast on KABC."

At "Effective Monday, December 15, the Monday-Friday 3-7pm slot will be hosted by Al Rantel followed by Curtis Sliwa, 7-10pm. 790 KABC will continue to air The Mark Levin Show, 10-Midnight, and broadcast an encore of the Sliwa program, Midnight-3am."

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