The Tim Conway Jr. Show
is a weeknight talk radio program, web streaming and broadcasting throughout the Los Angeles
and Orange County, California
metropolitan areas at KFI AM 640
. The show runs from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Pacific Time hosted by Tim Conway Jr. Conway was famously a longtime host on former FM talk station KLSX
teamed with Doug Steckler, then Brian Whitman
. After the 2008 departure of Whitman, Conway hosted solo rather than adopting a new co-host. On February 19, 2009, both Whitman and Steckler were special guests on Conway's last show before KLSX flipped the format to Top-40.
Tim Conway, Jr.
is the son of American television and film comedian Tim Conway
. He has a wife, Jennifer, and their daughter, Sophia. Conway resides in the San Fernando Valley.
On the air
Conway's weeknight show at KFI began on Monday, January 18, 2010, after Bryan Suits
, who previously hosted the show at that time slot, decided to move back to Seattle. His political ideology on the program is conservative.
Conway also co-hosts a weekly computer and technology show, Make It Work, with Jeremy Anticouni
which airs every Saturday at 3PM on KSFO
Hot Talk AM 560 in San Francisco
with Make It Work co-founder Jeremy Anticouni. Prior to accepting his current gig on KFI
, Conway also co-hosted Tech News, powered by Make It Work
which airs every Saturday at 1PM on KNX 1070
In addition, Conway hosts Mortgage Matters
(with Dave Hardin of Covenant Mortgage) about real estate finance on......