Tobin McDuff (Journalist)

Last Updated on 4 months by General

Tobin recently marked his 23rd anniversary at KFDX, where he assumed the role of sports director in January 2007. Before this, he dedicated a decade to anchoring weekend sportscasts on KFDX, which included hosting the well-loved weekly sports program, Sports Sunday.

Originally hailing from Brighton, MI, Tobin completed his high school years as a Brighton Bulldog, and his college journey led him to become a Central Michigan University Chippewa.

Tobin embarked on his television career at KFDX on July 4, 1995, starting as an overnight producer. Within a year, he transitioned to the role of morning news anchor before ultimately finding his passion in the sports department.

Throughout his career, Tobin has experienced numerous noteworthy assignments, including covering major events like the World Series, the NBA Finals, the Super Bowl, Spring Training, and accompanying Midwestern State to national tournaments.

When he’s not immersed in the world of sports, Tobin’s hobbies encompass reading, sports-watching, and the collection of sports memorabilia. He openly admits to being a baseball enthusiast and shares a common aspiration with many: visiting every Major League ballpark. While he’s currently set foot in only 12, there’s still quite a journey ahead.

Tobin is happily married to Missy, and their family includes a beautiful daughter named Lucy.

Tobin takes pride in calling Wichita Falls home, finding it to be a great place to live.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *