Michael Savage will probably air on KSFO from 6-9 PM, (here in SF, locally) as part of his deal with Cumulus.
Nothing is official yet, but with KGO being all-news, and KSFO largely talk, Savage would figure to follow Mark Levin, (what a funny irony--the two can't stand each other).
It was at KGO in 1994, (and later, KSFO), that Savage's radio career began to emerge and develop into an eventual nationally-syndicated program, ("The Savage Nation.")
I speculated earlier that since Savage is SF-based, I wouldn't be at all surprised if Savage would entertain the idea of doing a separate, local SF show, (perhaps Ronn's 9-Noon KGO show); a few people have told me no way. That Savage would wear himself out and that not even a blank check would propel him to work an extra show in morning prime in market #4.
Makes sense. And besides, Savage doesn't need the money. His son is the creator of the "Rock Star" beverage. Savage is worth an estimated $200 million through that industry, his radio show, books and assorted entities.
Savage at KSFO extra nugget: This is the same station that Savage and a high-up exec one time had a major internal flare-up. I'm sure there's going to be one helluva discussion inside the morning show coffee room soon.