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The Tom Leykis Show began in 1994 broadcasting from Los Angeles.
Originally the show was often political in nature, a fact Leykis highlighted at the start of every episode by proclaiming his show the only radio talk show that is "not hosted by a right-wing wacko or a convicted felon", references to radio hosts Rush Limbaugh and G. In addition to politics, the host commonly discussed relationships, religion (Leykis is an atheist), and other issues.
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The free-for-all subject matter and large crowds led to a rowdy atmosphere on Friday shows, and it was in this context that "Flash Fridays" began.
The cornerstone of the program is the Thursday broadcast of "Leykis 101", in which the program is set up as an ad hoc lecture and question and answer session, over which Leykis presides as a self-styled "professor".
The subject of the "101" segments are how men can spend less money on women, while achieving greater sexual and personal success.
Talkers Magazine, analyzing Arbitron data, show that Leykis has an estimated listening minimum weekly cume of over 1.75 million for Spring 2007, based on a national sample.
On February 20, 2009, KLSX changed its format to Top 40 (CHR) under economic pressures, and The Tom Leykis Show aired its final broadcast.
The show follows the hot talk format, which brought Leykis much success, New York and has two sisters (Terry, Anne) and a brother (Jim). His Jewish grandfather, who originated in Kiev, Ukraine, emigrated to Lithuania and later to the United States at the turn of the 20th century presumably to escape the historical anti-Semitic pogroms in the Russian Empire.It is produced by Gary Zabransky along with associate producer Dean "Dino" De Milio, and engineered by Mike Timpson, who recently replaced Art Webb after his departure in 2013. He will introduce the topic by reading a news article or peer-reviewed study, or by discussing a personal anecdote or experience.He will then accept callers for discussion and debate.With the departure of Howard Stern to satellite radio in January 2006, KLSX became known on-air as "97.1 Free FM" – so-called to highlight that its stations broadcast free-to-air, funded by commercials, whereas satellite radio requires a subscription fee.The station was produced by CBS Radio as part of its Free FM format, and The Tom Leykis Show was broadcast in a number of affiliate markets nationwide including but not limited to Portland, Dallas, Seattle, Phoenix, Las Vegas as well as multiple California markets in addition to its Los Angeles flagship such as San Diego and San Francisco.