Before you get too excited, it’s just temporary, but we’re all grateful to Hoyt for coming out of retirement with the departure of Ray White in the mornings. In case you didn’t know, Hoyt is a Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame announcer who hosted mornings on KDFC for 16 years before retiring in 2017. He will once again be your morning host on KDFC while we search for our next morning announcer. While we can’t have Hoyt forever, we couldn’t be more excited to have him back for now!
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