Jason Scott is a reporter, writer, and producer for WWJ Newsradio 950. He’s a graduate of Michigan State University were he studied Telecommunications. His radio career started on the East Lansing campus when he was a DJ for the student run station “The Impact 89 FM.”
After graduating from MSU, Jason enrolled into Specs Howard School of Media Arts. From there he moved north to Bad Axe, located in Michigan’s Thumb, to be a radio personality on WLEW.
His radio career quickly moved him west to St. Joseph, Michigan to report and anchor for WSJM “The News and Talk of Michigan’s Great Southwest.”
When he’s not reporting for WWJ, you can find Jason on the golf course or taking in a Red Wings/Tigers game in Detroit.
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