02.20.2015

Carl DeMaio Hosts KOGO Show - The DeMaio Report

Carl DeMaio will continue to shine a light on government and advance common-sense reform by hosting a daily talk show on news and politics - on NewsRadio 600 KOGO from 3pm-6pm Monday through Friday.  

PODCASTS: Listen to Podcasts of Carl's talk show online here

NEWS RELEASE: Carl DeMaio Joins KOGO as Co-Host of New Afternoon Talk Show of the "DeMaio Report"

San Diego, CA – April 2, 2015 – News Radio 600 KOGO announced today that one of San Diego’s highest profile political leaders, Carl DeMaio, will join the station.  DeMaio will host the DeMaio Report every weekday from 3-6:00 p.m.

The DeMaio Report will combine investigative journalism with inside knowledge of politics and an eye on advancing solutions.  While the show will focus primarily on local topics, it will also weigh in on national stories that have particular impact or relevance to San Diegans.

“We are thrilled to welcome Carl DeMaio to our lineup and I have no doubt that with his experience as a government watchdog and his inside knowledge of politics that this will be the most talked about show in San Diego,” stated Brian Long, Program Director for KOGO.

Veteran broadcaster Cliff Albert predicted DeMaio’s show will not be your standard talk show. “I have watched Carl DeMaio for years and he defies stereotypes by being willing to take on powerful special interests on both sides of the political spectrum."

DeMaio served four years on the San Diego City Council and is credited with helping reform city finances during one of the most turbulent times in the city’s history.  At times both big business and big labor opposed his ideas, but in the end the vast majority of his prescriptions were adopted.  DeMaio also garnered national media attention as a gay Republican willing to take on his own political party and challenge it to change. 

“I want to use this show to give San Diegans a vehicle to not just learn about important issues but to get involved in making a difference and advancing solutions,” DeMaio noted.