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In 1996 the commentator-packager moved USC football from KNX to KLSX. Mike was KNX Newsradio’s Orange County Bureau Chief until his retirement in July 2015. He also did post graduate study at Cal State Fullerton where he taught broadcast journalism classes. He has been compared to Morgan Freeman, Dennis Haysbert, Denzel Washington and James Earl Jones.In 1997 he won best radio color commentator from the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Association. For more than 30 years he has kept listeners informed about happenings in the OC. Landa began his career with KNX in 1969, one year after the station adopted an all-News format. Chase graduated from the Don Martin School of Radio and Television Broadcasting. After his stint at KJLH, Chase moved to San Antonio where he worked for KAPE.Inspired to create a cosmetic line for women of color ranging in color variation, her cosmetic line consists of multiple products for face, cheeks, eyes, lips and nails.Each products name was composed from a life experience., Adai: KJLH, 2011-17. She is the local voice for the Steve Harvey Morning Show on 102.3 KJLH.At KMPC he hosted the "Football Saturday" show as well as "Rams Talk" before and after each Rams game.
She was the co-host of MTV's , at the Market America World Conference at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.She has been the co-host for several morning shows including co-host for the 3-year run of Stevie Wonder's Morning Thunder Thousand Dollar Thursday Show.Adai became the first African American woman to lead a morning show in Los Angeles from 2006 to 2007.In 1998, Mike was named Best Game Analyst Color Broadcaster in the annual L. He has covered storms, big fires, major crimes, the economy, politics and personal stories of the famous and not so famous. His collection of awards includes honors from the Greater Los Angeles Press Club, California Associated Press Television and Radio Association, Du Pont Columbia University Award, US Marine Corps Combat Correspondents Association Bill Farr Award for the KNX series “America’s Forgotten Heroes,” Seven Golden Mikes and two Merit Awards from the RTNDA for best Hard News Series and Best Documentary. He got his first big break in radio at WAMD, in Aberdeen, Maryland, where Chase worked from 1973-76. He returned to LA, where Chase later received an AA degree in radio broadcasting at Los Angeles City College. He passed away surrounded by his family and closest friends."Just as he lived his life, he handled his death with dignity and grace.