In 1997, Leykis's show was picked up by KLSX, an FM talk station in Los Angeles that also carried The Howard Stern Show.The station became the flagship for the show and Leykis began to tone down the political aspect of the show around this time, and started the "Leykis 101" segment soon after.
While the paper claims to have controlled for economic class, self-reported income on online-dating profiles is, well, notoriously unreliable.
It also uses a person’s own income rather than parental income, which is a better indicator of the socioeconomic class someone grew up in.
On Fridays, listeners were allowed to call in and talk about anything they wanted, in contrast to other days when Leykis established a single topic for each hour of the show.
Friday was also the usual day for live appearances in cities around the U.
In 1994, Leykis began the nationally syndicated program, The Tom Leykis Show on Westwood One from Culver City, California.
The final years of the show were produced from Paramount Pictures studios in Hollywood.A local Nazi historian likened the stunt as being reminiscent of a Nazi book burning.On September 29, 1992, KFI management dismissed Leykis with only an hour's notice, based on what Leykis claims they called "a business decision"; KFI assumed the obligation of paying him his contracted salary, estimated at 0,000 per year, for the remaining six months of his contract.So if you’re named Kevin, that probably won’t hold you back much.But then, that also means you had parents who were the type to name you Kevin, which is another story. Rogers and Leykis became rivals and, in June 1984, just after Denver radio talk show host Alan Berg was assassinated, Leykis told listeners Neil Rogers' real name and urged callers to harass his on-air rival.