Frank Sontag

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Frank M. Sontag is an American radio personality having hosted programs for over a couple decades. In 2009, he began hosting an internet talk radio show.[1] Sontag was a regular cast member on the Mark & Brian radio program.[2] He also has had small acting parts in a few motion pictures.

Frank M. Sontag
Born 1955
Cleveland, Ohio
Occupation Christian Radio Host
Motivational speaker[3]
Website [1]

Radio Host[edit]

FM 95.5 KLOS, Impact[edit]

Sontag hosted the Impact program on 95.5 KLOS-FM for more than twenty years,[3][4] a talk radio show which discussed a wide variety of topics.[3]

FM 99.5 KKLA, the Frank Sontag show[edit]

KKLA is a Christian talk and teaching radio station based in Los Angeles, California, first aired in 1985.

In 2013, Sontag joined KKLA-FM 99.5 FM on the program The Frank Sontag show: Intersection of Faith and Reason, a Christian talk and discussion forum.[5] He succeeded Frank Pastore of The Frank Pastore Show following Pastore's death in 2012.

Conversion to Christianity[edit]

On March 7, 2010, a few months after leaving KLOS Radio, Sontag expressed a conversion to Christianity[6] This affected his radio programming choices.


Sontag's book is autobiographical, Light the Way Home: My Incredible Ride from New Age to New Life.[7]


  1. ^ "Talk Radio One". Retrieved 2009-06-03. 
  2. ^ "Mark & Brian Radio Show". Mark & Brian. Retrieved 2009-06-03. 
  3. ^ a b c "Frank Sontag Biography". Archived from the original on May 8, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-05. 
  4. ^ Sontag, Frank (2009-02-23), "Sontag announces the end of Impact", The Impact Radio Program, KLOS 
  5. ^ "Frank Sontag Joins KKLA". 
  6. ^ "Frank Sontag Speaks About His Conversion to Christianity". Retrieved August 4, 2014. 
  7. ^ Sontag, Frank M. (July 28, 2014). Light the Way Home: My Incredible Ride from New Age to New Life (1st ed.). Frank Sontag and Mike Yorkey. ISBN 978-1633155237. Retrieved August 4, 2014. 

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