Dave Joseph is a 15-year veteran of the Los Angeles radio market and the Public Address Announcer for the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings. He can currently be heard anchoring updates on the NBC Sports Radio Network and also serves as the fill-in P.A. Announcer for the L.A. Galaxy of Major League Soccer, the Ontario Reign of the ECHL and the L.A. Temptation of the Legends Football League. During his long tenure at ESPN LA 710, Dave worked as the morning sports anchor, covered the Kings as a reporter during their 2012 and 2014 Stanley Cup Championship runs and was often featured on both ESPN TV and national radio shows such as "The Herd" with Colin Cowherd.
Previously, Dave served as the sideline reporter on the Kings radio broadcast and the locker room reporter for the team's website. He also did P.A. for the Long Beach Ice Dogs of the ECHL and spent several years with Westwood One providing traffic updates for KNX 1070 News Radio and Sirius-XM Satellite Radio.
At the age of 16, Dave started his radio career in his hometown of Ishpeming, Michigan. He attended Hofstra University on Long Island where he majored in communications and played hockey for four years. He served as team captain during his senior season and was selected as a first-team All-Star twice. Dave also went on to coach at Hofstra following his playing career.
Dave's first full-time radio job came as the engineer for the morning show on 770 WABC in New York City. He also engineered for Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and former mayor Rudy Giuliani. Following a stint producing talk radio programs in Providence, Rhode Island, Dave took his talents west to Los Angeles where he showcased his comedic ability as the morning show co-host on the Comedy World Radio Network.
Since landing in Southern California, Dave has covered four Stanley Cup Finals, several NHL Entry Drafts and has been featured as a hockey analyst on numerous international radio and television programs.