Hi there! I guess you’re wondering who wants to get up before 3 a.m. for work every day…I do! Each morning, I write much of the news that you hear on WWJ. I also handle a lot of the podcasts and news stories that make it to our cyberspace home. Despite the early hours, it’s fun working amid the “controlled chaos” in our newsroom.
I was born in the great state of Virginia, but after 6 years in sunny Florida, I was bitten by the radio bug upon moving here in 1996. When I’m not at work, I like to spend time with my wife Sharon, and our children–Benjamin and Katherine. Anything witty or punny is worthy of my attention, too–I dabble in comedy and improvisation Another hobby, Public Address announcing, has taken me to Ford Field, Compuware Sports Arena, and the Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum.
I’m a 1992 Finance graduate of the University of North Florida and a 1997 graduate of the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts. I carried the Olympic Torch in 1996 and completed the 2005 Free Press Marathon. It was my first marathon…and my last!
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Look for much of west Michigan to be awash in orange, as the state’s Dutch contingent cheers on The Netherlands in today’s World Cup semifinal match against Argentina.
This version of Motor City muscle rolls on three wheels — not four.
By Scott Ryan As the final minutes ticked away Saturday night, a big weight lifted from our shoulders, but we knew there was just a bit more work to do. Sunday morning, a few of [...]
After thinking we couldn’t top Friday–we showed up Saturday ready to rock!
By Scott Ryan Eighteen months of planning went into this weekend, and it was worth it. One of our classmates was the general manager of a new restaurant down by the beach and he offered [...]
Everybody’s excited…and maybe a bit nervous.
One last push for ticket sales, as we count down the final 20 days.
We’ve added a second event to an already busy weekend!
La Puma says his ‘birdar’ fills a need for birdwatchers who want to follow their flocks at night, when binoculars are no help.
The world’s top squash players are raising a racquet this weekend at the Detroit Athletic Club.