20 iHeartMedia Alternative Stations Go Out Of Order

Out of Order Ted StrykerCompass Media Networks’ weekly Out of Order with Stryker will be added on 20 of iHeartMedia’s Alternative stations.

Hosted by Ted Stryker, who joined iHeartMedia’s “Alt 98.7” KYSR Los Angeles as afternoon co-host in February, the weekly top 20 Alternative show will be heard on stations including “94.5 The Buzz” KTBZ-FM Houston, “DC 101” WWDC Washington, “Alt 104.5” WRFF Philadelphia, “Channel 93.3” KTCL Denver, and “106.5 The End” WEND Charlotte.

Out Of Order with Stryker, the two-hour weekly alternative countdown show is back on the radio in Los Angeles airing on ALT 98.7.  The show is further expanding its affiliates with more than 20 additional iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide, including WRFF-FM Philadelphia, WWDC-FM Washington DC, KTBZ-FM Houston, KTCL-FM Denver, and WEND-FM Charlotte.

The nationally syndicated program, distributed by Compass Media Networks, features the top 20 alternative rock songs in the country… played totally Out of Order. The show also highlights new music and features weekly interviews with some of music’s biggest stars.

“I’m so excited to bring Out Of Order to all of these amazing new affiliates,” says Stryker, the long-time KROQ Los Angeles host, who recently moved to ALT 98.7 KYSR to host Alt Afternoons as part of the Booker & Stryker show. “Out Of Order is a show that I absolutely love! It’s a mix of awesome songs, top artist interviews, and new music discovery.”

“Huge thanks to Lisa Worden and the teams at both iHeart and Compass Media Networks who worked together to help make this happen,” he adds.

Lisa Worden, iHeartMedia Vice President Rock and Alternative/Program Director, ALT 98.7 Los Angeles states, “I am pumped to add Out Of Order with Stryker to ALT 98.7 and the iHeart Media roster of Alternative stations.  I’ve always enjoyed listening to the show and think it’s a great fit for our stations!”

For more information on Out Of Order, please contact Doug Ingold  dingold@compassmedianetworks.com

This story first appeared on radioinsight.com