Rob Snyder is the News & Sports Operations Manager for News/Talk 95.1/790, KFYO and Talk 1340 KKAM in Lubbock, plus the Brand Manager for News/Talk 1470, KYYW in Abilene, ESPN 960 (KGKL) in San Angelo, and News/Talk 1290 in Wichita Falls. Snyder also contributes news & sports reports to TSN, the Texas State Network, which is heard on Talk 1340 & KFYO. In 2018, Snyder was named one of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce's "Twenty Under 40". In addition, Snyder has previously served as the CBS Sports Radio and ESPN Radio stringer for Texas Tech Football & Men's Basketball games in Lubbock during the 2000s and 2010s. From 2016-2019, he was the co-host of the West Texas Friday Night Scoreboard Show which is broadcast across more than 45 stations during high school football season. And, from 2001-2004, Snyder was the Network Producer for Texas Tech Football & Red Raider Basketball broadcasts from the All Sports Radio Network. A native Texan, Snyder graduated from Klein High School in north suburban Houston. He attended Texas Tech University before joining KFYO & Talk 1340 KKAM in January 2001. You'll hear Snyder anchoring newscasts on KFYO & Talk 1340, and filling in on various talk shows. Have a question or comment? Send an e-mail to: email@example.com
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