KFBK 1530 AM / 92.5 FM Thursday announced the launch of The Pat Walsh Show, a local three-hour talk show featuring longtime sports anchor Pat Walsh, beginning Monday, October 14. The Pat Walsh Show will broadcast weekdays from 7-10 p.m.
Walsh will continue as the KFBK Afternoon News Sports Anchor weekdays from 4-7 p.m. Former ESPN analyst, Bill Herenda, will join the station to take over as the KFBK Morning News Sports Anchor weekdays from 5-9 a.m. PST. Sean Hannity will now air live on KFBK’s sister station Talk 650 KSTE from 12-3 p.m. PST.
“KFBK is Sacramento’s local news station and adding Pat Walsh to the evening lineup helps further establish KFBK as the leader in local news andinformation,” said Ken Charles, Vice President of Programming, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Sacramento. “Adding Hannity’s show live to KSTE makes the station home to the biggest regional and national personalities with Armstrong and Getty, Dennis Miller and now SeanHannity.”
Walsh began his broadcasting career in 1990 as a Sports and News Anchor at KPAY in
Ca. In 1994 he joined the Clear Channel team as a News Anchor and Morning Show
Producer for KSTE in Sacramento.
Two years later he started his 17-year stint as theSports Anchor for the KFBK
Morning News and KFBK Afternoon News.
“I am excited and extremely proud to begin my new adventure as
newest local talk host,” said Walsh. “It’s been a life-long dream to host my
own radio show.”
Herenda joins KFBK as the Morning Sports Reporter following a career where he has appeared on the ESPN family of networks as a Basketball Analyst, Time Warner Cable, and as a contributor to sports talk shows throughout the U.S.Herenda currently serves as the Executive Director of
Sacramento’s branch of
the Positive Coaching Alliance.