Kihn has been doing the morning drive at KFOX for 16 years after a music career that included the MTV video hits such as "Jeopardy" and "The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'em Like That)."
Management decided not to renew Kihn's contract, and the parting was amicable, said his manager, Joel Turtle.
When a station is looking to cut costs, those who are getting paid the most are vulnerable, Turtle said.
Kihn, 63, is a creative guy who, in addition to music and broadcasting, has written four novels and a book of short stories. He has a fifth novel in the works titled "Rubber Soul." He also has a screenplay in development for a cable series about how the mafia ran the New York City music industry in the 1960s. “I’ll be back on the air soon doing what I love to do most," Kihn said in a statement yesterday.