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Greg Kihn Retains Radio Industry Veteran, David Wohlman, as Director of Kihndication to Launch Greg Kihn's Big Rock Beat Nationally Syndicated Radio Program

David Wohlman, the newly appointed 'Director of Kihndication.'
Greg Kihn, San Jose's leading morning man on Clear Channel's KFOX 98.5 FM Classic Rock radio, will nationally syndicate his program in Q1 of 2007.
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January 2, 2007, San Jose, CA - Greg Kihn, San Jose's #1 FM Radio Morning Man, who launches his new nationally syndicated radio program, Greg Kihn's Big Rock Beat , in Q1 of 2007, has retained radio industry sales, marketing and promotions veteran, David Wohlman as the Director of Kihndication.   Mr. Wohlman will handle the overall supervision of the development and national syndication of Greg Kihn's Big Rock Beat .

Greg Kihn, the 1980's recording artist known for his chart-topping songs and MTV videos, "Jeopardy," and "The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em Like That)," has been the Bay Area's #1 radio morning man reigning supreme on San Jose's KFOX 98.5 FM Classic Rock radio with a daily listening audience that includes greater San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley.   In 2007, Greg celebrates his tenth anniversary on the Bay Area airwaves.

Greg's new nationally syndicated radio program, Greg Kihn's Big Rock Beat , is best described as the riveting Rock history of VH1's Behind the Music meets Spinal Tap's comical take on the music industry's real-world absurdities.   Greg states, “It's an amalgamation of rollicking interviews, never-heard stories, and jam sessions with iconic Rock and Roll personalities.   The listener not only gets to be a fly-on-the-wall, but also a participant in conversations with legendary rockers in a loose, non-scripted setting, as if we were all at the bar reminiscing.”

Mr. Wohlman's illustrious 30-year radio industry career was forged in Boston during the mid to late 1970's where he was a founding member of one of the first, and certainly one of the longest running, "punk/new rock" shows in the country, MIT Community Radio's The Late Risers Club on WMBR 88.1 FM.   Mr. Wohlman and other original members of The Late Risers Club  were recently the subjects of a documentary by New England filmmaker Marissa Acosta.  

From 1978 to 1983 Mr. Wohlman was the Production Director and a member of the legendary WBCN FM air staff in Boston, which included the renowned King of the Hill, Crank Yankers, and Ren and Stimpy voiceover genius Billy West, during its ratings heyday, b efore relocating to San Francisco Bay Area.  

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Wohlman was integral in the success of legendary Bay Area FM radio stations KLLC ALICE, KSJO, and the award-winning KOME, in a variety of positions from on-air personality, Program Director, to independent consultant.   As APD and Marketing Director for KOME, Mr. Wohlman was instrumental in bringing the wildly successful Howard Stern Show to the San Francisco Bay Area market in the mid-90's.

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