According to the program's Facebook page, insomniacs and night owls now have one less overnight talk program to choose from. Thursday night's Overnight America with Jon Grayson was the show's final network broadcast, which leaves close to 100 radio stations (including 50 KW powerhouses like WCCO and KDKA) with no programming to fill Grayson's time slot as of now. Too bad--I enjoyed listening to his program after work each morning on KLO. It was a refreshing alternative to the weirdness of Coast to Coast AM and the political talk of Red Eye Radio.
KLO is presently running "Best Of" Overnight America with Jon Grayson, which are simply repeats of his previous network shows. It's probably just a placeholder for the 1:00-4:00 AM time slot until KLO and the other OA affiliates can find something to replace Grayson's show.
KLO has now extended their vintage radio programming from 10 PM-4 AM weekdays to fill the void left by the departure of Grayson's network show. For those who care, this means 1/4 of KLO's 24 hour broadcast day from 4:00 AM to 4:00 AM is now devoted to vintage/old time radio on weekdays. They're also still airing old time radio on the weekends for 5-6 hours Saturday and Sunday. They might as well just dump the talk format and switch to a nostalgia/adult standards format to go with their vintage radio programming! But then the Salem Radio network would lose their affiliate in Salt Lake City, and that would be an utter travesty. Gotta stick with the "we have an affiliate there" business model, I suppose.