Todd Donoho Biography
Todd Donoho is an American radio and television sportscaster, who hosts the post-game show for Missouri Tigers basketball on the statewide Tiger Radio Network. He also led sports news reporting in the 1990s for Los Angeles television station KABC-TV after working for stations across the country and later became a sports news anchor for Fox Sports West.
Todd Donoho Age and Birthday
Todd is 68 years old as of 2023. He was born on 25 October 1955 in Puerto Rico. Todd celebrates his birthday on 25 October every year.
Todd Donoho Height and Weight
Donoho stands at an average height and has a moderate weight. He appears to be quite tall in his photo, relative to his surrounding. However, his actual height and weight are not clearly known. We will update the information as soon as it is available.
Todd Donoho’s Family, Parents, and Siblings
Todd was born and raised by his parents in Munster, Indiana. Todd has kept a low profile when it comes to his personal life. He has not revealed any details about her parents or siblings. This information will be updated soon when the information is out to the public.
Todd Donoho Wife
Donoho married his college sweetheart, Paula, in 1979. The couple has three sons. One of his sons called Kevin was a star wide receiver at Hart High School in Newhall, California. While others two their life is still a mystery it is not known what they do for a living.
Todd Donoho Education
He enrolled at Missouri University where he earned his Bachelor of Journalism degree.
Todd Donoho Career
Prior to joining KABC, Donoho worked for WOTV in Grand Rapids, Michigan; WLWT, NBC’s Cincinnati affiliate, alongside anchorman Jerry Springer; and FNN Score, the sports arm of the Financial News Network cable service, for five years as host of “Time Out For Trivia”. He also did occasional play-by-play for NBC Sports, in addition to freelance work for ABC Sports, Turner Sports, and Fox Sports Midwest.
During his time at KABC, Donoho was known in the Los Angeles media market for beginning and ending his sports anchor segments with sports trivia questions and for his trademark phrase, “take a hike”. During Donoho’s time on air, KABC’s 11 p.m. newscast’s ratings approached those of long-time regional leader KNBC.
Prior to joining KABC in July 1989, Donoho received nearly all favorable reviews for his work. Early in his tenure at KABC, Donoho was criticized by local columnists and viewers for being “too cornball.” Former LA Times columnist Jim Healy referred to Donoho as “Dorkoho”. Early on, Donoho was rated by the LA Times and the TV Times’s Steve Harvey as the worst sports broadcaster in Los Angeles.
Beginning in early 1988, Donoho was also a regular guest on local radio station KLOS’s weekday morning drive-time show, The Mark & Brian Show, during their “Stump the Commissioner” segment. He continued this work through at least 2009. In the early 2000s, Donoho was a radio sports anchor for KLOS’s sister station, KSPN (AM). It was announced on March 12, 2015, that Donoho would join the Mark in the Morning show on The Sound LA 100.3.
Todd Donoho’s Net worth and Salary
Donoho has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million -$ 5 million. Which he has earned throughout his career. However, details about his salary are not publicly known. We will update the information as soon as it is available.
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