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Why is Ted Stryker leaving KROQ’s Stryker & Klein morning show?

TED Stryker has been on working at the KROQ radio station for over two decades.

On June 9, 2021, Stryker announced on Twitter that he was leaving the morning show with “infinite gratitude.”

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Why is Ted Stryker leaving KROQ’s Stryker & Klein morning show?

Ted Stryker, 50, announced his departure from the Stryker & Klein morning show.

He took to Twitter to discuss his leaving, writing: “After more than 22 years at KROQ, I can proudly say with infinite gratitude that I will be leaving my full time position and stepping away from Stryker and Klein. 

“What’s next for me? I’ve got a lot of things planned on the horizon (stay tuned). In the meantime, my Out of Order show will continue to air on weekends on KROQ and around the country. 

He continued: “I’ll also be filling in on the station when needed. The love and support that I’ve gotten from this community over so many years have meant and continue to mean the world to me. 

Stryker has been with the station for over 22 years

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Adding: “Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your world.”

According to KROQ owner Audacy, a search is underway to replace Stryker and he will remain in the role until the position is filled.

Who is Ted Stryker?

Stryker is a radio personality who got his start at 92.1 KFMA in Tucson, Arizona.

He eventually moved on to KROQ-FM 106.7 FM in Los Angeles as a music DJ.

Stryker was the on-stage DJ for the 5th season of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and has hosted shows on MTV, Fox Sports, VH1, Fuse and Direct TV.

Stryker will remain with the station doing other work despite his leave from the morning show

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He also co-hosted Loveline with Drew Pinsky and has hosted shows for red carpets such as the American Music Awards, Grammys, and Billboard Music Awards.

Stryker is the host of the Out of Order Show which is an alternative rock radio music show that plays the country’s top 20 hits and more. 

What did KROQ say about Ted Stryker leaving?

According to Variety, KROQ Brand Manager Mike Kaplan commented on Stryker’s leave, saying: “For years, Ted Stryker has delivered passionate and interactive on-air programming for our listeners, and his longtime connection to the SoCal community is a major reason for the success of ‘Stryker and Klein.’ 

“While he will remain with the company in various capacities, we thank him for his invaluable contributions to KROQ over the years. 

Adding: “We look forward to detailing the next chapter of his career in the near future.”

Amid the news of Stryker leaving, the KROQ official Twitter account replied to his statement on the site, saying: “Thank you for so many amazing years. Love you, man.”

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Ted Stryker wrapped up his final shift as host of the Stryker & Klein Show on Tuesday with the same easygoing charm that marked his 22 years on the air at KROQ FM (106.7).

There were lots of laughs as Stryker and the rest of the morning crew — Kevin Klein, Ally Johnson and DJ Omar Kahn — remembered highlights from shows past, took calls from listeners and played music by the radio personality’s favorite bands.

“There is no way I could have lasted in this job 22 years without incredible support from everyone I’ve worked with, but also the artists,” Stryker said, before sharing an anecdote about being the first DJ at the station to play Linkin Park years ago.

“I remember I was filling in for the afternoon host — I was doing nights — that was Jed the Fish, a legend,” he said. “They said I could play whatever I wanted to so I played ‘One Step Closer.’ Any time I hear Linkin Park and think about the band, I just get really great feelings.”

Then, after playing “One Step Closer” one last time, he took calls from listeners, thanking them for their support over the years.

“I’m only 23 years old, so I’ve been listening to you all my life,” a caller named Gwen told him.

“You’ve worked here at the station one full Gwen,” Klein joked.

“We’re losing a good guy, best of luck, buddy,” said caller Tim.

At one point, Stryker offered a list of some of the reasons that led him to leave the show.

“This is not a comedy bit. These are real reasons, but only 8 or 10 percent of the 100 reasons,” he said.

His list was, well, unusual, and if you can figure out what it means let us know: The movie “Palm Springs,” the TV series “Mad Men,” the city of Palm Springs, Idaho, System of a Down, the Quentin Tarantino movie “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” the Interrupters, longtime ESPN host Kenny Mayne, Zoom, “The Karate Kid “actor William Zabka, the TV series “Lost,” and Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser of ESPN’s “Pardon The Interruption.”

“It’s a weird list probably for you, but not for me,” Stryker said at the finish.

“When Stryker spat out this list of random things, it only made him sound more and more like a serial killer,” Klein cracked.

The 50-year-old radio personality has not yet said exactly what he plans or hopes to do next.

“I want to be on record for the 700th time: there is no ill relationship within this show,” he said. “This is about personal and professional goals that I cannot meet in this operation, and I’m going to attempt to meet them in the next chapter of my life.”

His cohosts had put together a handful of pre-recorded comedy bits to tease their colleague and friend throughout the final show. One took shape as a faux news radio story on the similarities between Stryker and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, who also left his job, as CEO of the company, after more than two decades in the saddle.

“What’s next?” the newscaster said at one point. “Well, Bezos is planning to fly to outer space. Stryker is planning to watch ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ and eat a cookie.”

He laughed, and agreed that was probably true.

A few minutes before 10 a.m., Stryker said his final farewells.

“This is it, I’m officially signing off,” he said. “And again, I’m not retiring from life. I’ve got a ton of energy. I’ve got a ton of things brewing both professionally and personally.”

He thanked colleagues past and present at the station for making his life and work there a fun ride.

“No matter what you do in your life, your world, your career, you can’t last anywhere for any length of time without people around you who allow you to work,” Stryker said. “It’s their support — people set it up for me on a tee. I just had to hit if off the tee.

“So thank you for allowing me to grow up in front of your eyes and ears the last 22 years,” he said as he cued up his final song, Green Day’s “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life).”

“It’s been a wild, wild ride, man.”

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Ted Stryker announced through his personal Instagram and Twitter accounts on Wednesday morning that after 22 years at KROQ 106.7/FM, he’d be leaving the “Stryker & Klein Morning Show.” 

He later went on-air to discuss his post, adding that “I’m going to be concentrating on some other projects that are on the horizon.”

Stryker did not give an exact date for his departure other than noting it would be “in the next two, four or five weeks.” He is also the host of the nationally syndicated radio show “Out of Order,” which will continue to air on KROQ, and he’s hosted several television programs on MTV, VH-1, including chatting with winners backstage at The Grammys.

As the show aired on Wednesday, fans began to send messages and call in regarding Stryker’s announcement. The DJ got emotional, thanking listeners.

“I really thought no one was going to say anything, and we’d go on to the next dumb segment on our show — dumb meaning fun,” Stryker said on-air. “I have trust in myself and faith, but I don’t know if anyone else does … I don’t know if that makes sense.”

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Stryker was born and raised in Los Angeles, and he hosted a morning show at 92.1 KFMA in Tucson before being hired at KROQ in 1999. In recent years, he’s hosted the afternoons solo but brought on DJ Kevin Klein after befriending him after a chance encounter at Bristol Farms on Sunset Boulevard three years ago. Stryker had also helped fill in for Gene “Bean Baxter” on the stations long-running “The Kevin & Bean Show” when Baxter took medical leave in 2018 to take care of his mental health.

The first “Stryker & Klein Morning Show” aired on April 6, 2020. The duo were unexpectedly bumped to host the morning slot after KROQ management dropped longtime DJ Kevin Ryder and the “Kevin in the Mornings with Allie & Jensen” crew on March 17, 2020, just as the country began to shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with Stryker and Klein, comedy writer Ally Johnson was added to the morning crew and longtime “The Kevin & Bean Show” audio specialist DJ Omar Kahn joined as well.

“When I first found out the Klein and I were going to move to mornings, I was so excited, but then I found out that Kevin Ryder was going to be let go along with that team and, mixed in with the pandemic, there was only about 30 seconds of celebration,” Stryker said during an interview as his new morning show was launching.

“Deep down, it’s just such an honor to be on KROQ,” he continued. “I’ve been here 21 years and I love Southern California … all parts of it. I love the letters K-R-O-Q and the listeners are so fun and passionate. We’re all pretty much into the same sort of things from the sports teams we love, to the bands we love and the shows we’ve all seen. Over the years, we’ve all grown up together and seen the good times and bad times and I am just beyond excited for this opportunity.”

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Ted Stryker Departs KROQ’s ‘Stryker & Klein’ Morning Show, a Year After Taking Over the ‘Kevin & Bean’ Slot

A year after KROQ veteran Ted Stryker and radio partner Kevin Klein moved to the station’s A.M. slot — in a hasty shift after the station fired morning hosts Kevin Ryder, Allie Mac Kay and Jensen Karp — Stryker is departing the show.

Stryker announced the news on his Twitter account: “After more than 22 years at KROQ, I can proudly say with infinite gratitude that I will be leaving my full time position and stepping away from Stryker and Klein,” he wrote. “What’s next for me? I’ve got a lot of things planned on the horizon (stay tuned). In the meantime, my Out of Order show will continue to air on weekends on KROQ and around the country. I’ll also be filling in on the station when needed. The love and support that I’ve gotten from this community over so many years have meant and continue to mean the world to me. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your world.”

According to KROQ owner Audacy, a search is underway for his replacement and Stryker will remain in his current role until a replacement is found.

“For years, Ted Stryker has delivered passionate and interactive on-air programming for our listeners, and his longtime connection to the SoCal community is a major reason for the success of ‘Stryker and Klein,’” said KROQ brand manager Mike Kaplan. “While he will remain with the company in various capacities, we thank him for his invaluable contributions to KROQ over the years. We look forward to detailing the next chapter of his career in the near future.”

Stryker’s credits also include co-hosting “Loveline” with Dr. Drew Pinsky, serving as the on-air DJ for “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” during the 2007-2008 TV season, and shows for MTV, Fuse, DirecTV and Fox Sports. He’s been a part of shows including “Charm School” and “The Ultimate Gamer,” and has hosted red carpet shows for the American Music Awards, Grammys, Billboard Music Awards and more.

While at CBS Radio, which was later purchased by Entercom (now Audacy) in Los Angeles, he hosted afternoons solo at KROQ for years, although he briefly moved over to sister top 40 station KAMP-FM. Later, he was paired with Klein to revamp the afternoon drive show.

“Stryker & Klein” has also been syndicated to Audacy’s “Alt 96.5” KRBZ Kansas City, “Alt 103.7” KVIL Dallas, and “Alt 105.3” KITS San Francisco. Klein, Ally Johnson and DJ Omar Khan will continue the show without Stryker.

“Kevin & Bean” ended its run at the end of 2019, when Gene “Bean” Baxter left for London. The show continued, however, a rebranded “Kevin the Morning With Allie & Jensen.” But in a very controversial move, KROQ decided to pull the show just two and a half months in, on March 18 at the very start of the COVID-19 pandemic — ending Kevin Ryder’s time at the station after more than 30 years.

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