After a 10-year hiatus, Tobin Jeffries is on his third go ‘round at KVPI having started as a Sacred Heart High School student in 1985.
Over the decades that followed, he worked in radio practically non-stop in programming, operations, music, promotions, management and on-air. He spent 5 years in Lafayette and 15 years in Boise Idaho where he was named Best Radio Personality by the Idaho State Broadcasters’ Association.
When not taking your requests on the air, Tobin is a professional development instructor who teaches topics ranging from Microsoft Excel and Outlook to Stress Management, Generational Conflict and Effective Communication. For the past decade he has been working as an independent contractor across the US teaching on-site and online.
Tobin attended USL and Boise State University where he received his master’s degree in education. With the recent changes in his industry due to the pandemic, he is excited to pull out his headphones and again live his passion for radio broadcasting. He enjoys traveling, Grisham and chocolate, preferably all together.
|Monday||06:00pm - 09:00pm||Party Time Show|
|Monday||09:00pm - 12:00am||Party Time Jukebox|
|Wednesday||06:00pm - 09:00pm||Party Time Show|
|Wednesday||09:00pm - 12:00am||Party Time Jukebox|
|Thursday||06:00pm - 09:00pm||Party Time Show|
|Thursday||09:00pm - 12:00am||Party Time Jukebox|
|Friday||06:00pm - 10:00pm||Party Time Show|
|Saturday||12:00pm - 02:30pm||Classic Hits Jukebox|
|Saturday||02:30pm - 02:35pm||Classic Hits Jukebox|
|Saturday||02:35pm - 03:00pm||Classic Hits Jukebox|
|Saturday||03:00pm - 03:05pm||Local and State News|
|Saturday||03:05pm - 06:00pm||Classic Hits Jukebox|
KVPI AM and FM are
proud members of the L.A.B.
KVPI is a member of the
LSU Sports Radio Network
Proud supporter of our own
Swamp Pop music
The Louisana Swamp Pop Museum is operated by the City of Ville Platte is open to the public every Friday and
Saturday from 10:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. Come view the amazing artifacts, photos,records, Wall of Fame and hear the music.
Admission charge is $3 adults,
$2 seniors and $1 for children under 12.
The museum is located on
Northwest Railroad Avenue.