Tim Jeffreys leaving KFOG mornings


CumulusMorning driver Tim Jeffries is reportedly leaving to pursue another opportunity—possibly within the Cumulus/Bay Area station group. Cluster OM Bill Pugh is sitting in for the vacationing Greg Gory (the other half of the morning show) this week and will take over for Tim next Monday. Word has it that “someone from KFOG’s past” is returning, but not Dave Morey. Possibly Webster or Irish Greg from what we’ve heard.

Jeffreys has been a fixture in Bay Area Radio over 22 years, including a decade doing afternoon drive at a San Jose heritage rock station, then covering afternoons on KSAN in San Francisco for five years, before returning to his San Jose roots in 2004, to do Classic Rock.

The show was hosted by Dave Morey with Don Pardo serving as announcer beginning on September 1982. Following Dave Morey’s retirement, on air personality Anna Lisa took over the program until 2012 when Annalisa moved to KFOX-FM.

In May, 2012, KFOG debuted a new morning show called “KFOG In The Morning with Greg, Tony, and Melanie,” featuring Tony Longo, Greg Gory and Melanie Walker.


  1. Doesn’t really matter what happens at KFOG any more.. The station hasn’t been worth listening to for quite a while. It got even worse when Cumulus took over. It’s quite a shame, really. Almost as bad as what they’ve done to KGO.

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