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KCAL 96.7 FM’s Stu, Tiffany and Jimbo off the air

By in Press Enterprise on January 10, 2018

By Vanessa Franko

Three longtime Inland Empire-based radio personalities went off the air on Redlands-based KCAL 96.7 FM Wednesday.

According to social media posts, morning hosts Jimbo and Tiffany from the station’s morning show “Jimbo, Tiffany and Patrick” were taken off the air as was evening host Michael “Stu-man” Stewart.

Before moving to the evenings, Stewart was on the morning show with Jimbo and Tiffany for years.

“It’s with a heavy heart that we tell you that due to budget cuts sent down from ownership Jimbo and Tiffany from the KCAL morning show and evening host Michael “Stu-man” Stewart are no longer going to be on the air at KCAL. They have had a huge impact during their decades long reign over Inland Empire radio, and have entertained us all for so many years. We can’t say enough about what good people they are, and we hope they all have a new microphone to talk into soon. They want to thank you for your endless support and passion for what they put out on the airwaves. We’ll be playing a ton of rock for you every morning, and we hope that you’ll hang with us as our mornings evolve into something new on 96-7 KCAL Rocks,” according to a post on the Jimbo, Tiffany & Patrick Facebook page.

KCAL’s social media pages didn’t address the changes early Wednesday morning.

  • DJ Jimbo of KCAL 96.7 FM, shown here at Hangar 24 Brewery in Redlands in 2015, was one of the DJs let go by the station on Wednesday, Jan. 10. (File photo by Kurt Miller)

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