Mike Tosch Named CE for L.A.’s ESPN Radio, Radio Disney

Mike Tosch accepted a position with KSPN(AM) 710 ESPN Radio and KDIS(AM) 1110 Radio Disney in Los Angeles as chief engineer.
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Mike Tosch accepted a position with KSPN(AM) 710 ESPN Radio and KDIS(AM) 1110 Radio Disney in Los Angeles as chief engineer.

Both are owned and operated by the Walt Disney Co. in Burbank.

Tosch left his job at Sporting News Radio and KMPC-1540 as director of engineering to accept this position. He will be in charge of new facilities design and buildout for a new transmitter site for KSPN, and new studio facilities for KSPN Radio in downtown Los Angeles in a new redevelopment project called “LA-Live.”

Tosch reports to GM Bob Koontz and VP of Engineering Clay Steely in Dallas.

He has been involved with broadcast engineering professionally since 1979 after graduating from Michigan Tech University. He is SBE Certified as CBRE and CBNT; local SBE Chapter 47 secretary; and a ham operator (W6UWB).

RW reports news of engineers’ job changes, promotions and career moves. Write to radioworld@imaspub.com.

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