Disney’s decision yesterday to spin off its radio division into a new company, a $2.7 billion deal that includes KGO-AM and KSFO, raises some questions: Will KGO Radio and KGO TV continue to share on-air talent and newsroom resources? Will they continue to operate out of the same building on Front Street? And who will get to use the “KGO” call letters in the future? Traditionally, when a TV and radio station share the same call letters and then one
Tom Fitzgerald of the Chronicle reports that Larry Krueger, fired by KNBR for critizing the Giants’ “brain-dead Caribbean hitters for hacking at slop,” has landed a job at KGO 810 as the main sports reporter on the weekday 4-to-7 p.m. news.