They don't seem to have any leadership at KFWB. Good shows disappear and the syndicated crap is just that. Bob McCormick is impossible to listen to and Les Brown, while not my cup of tea, was at least trying to get an audience, but, as always, KFWB couldn't wait to let it grow and they let him go. The weekends are horrible as they are getting back to infomerical land. A .7 is a miracle if you ask me. I'd bet their 65+ numbers are like a .6 and the other .1 is 64 and under.
I think McCormick's show "Money 101" isn't too bad compared to the rest of the schedule. I have heard him and some of his professional guests dispense some good advice on the show, albeit the type of good advice one doesn't need to pay for.
I think it was last month when I heard them do a relatively deep dive (by radio standards) into the forecosure/short sale process and the various alternatives in that area. While it is not particularly relevant to me, I suspect there were many people who were hanging on every word of the discussion and I'm sure it helped many of them. In other cases, it has reminded me from time to time of the old KMNY "Money Radio" 1600. That's a compliment.