Scott anchors Live at Five, Channel Seven News at Six, and Nightside. He has been with KATV since 1999, starting as a weekend sports anchor. He switched to the news desk in 2003, but keeps his finger on the sports beat, serving as the TV Voice of the Razorbacks and as pre-game host on Razorback football radio broadcasts.
Scott, a native Arkansan, began his career while still in high school in Stuttgart. He was a country music dj for KWAK radio. After graduating from Arkansas State University, Scott moved to Quincy, Illinois, where he began his TV career at WGEM.
Scott has won several awards, including a 2006 Emmy for Best Newscast, Associated Press Best Sportscast, and Best Play-by-play awards in both Arkansas and Illinois. Scott has also been honored twice as Best of the Best News Anchor by readers of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Scott has a big family. His wife, Nicole, and four children: Garrett, Ashton, Abbey, and Nathan, keep him busy when he's off work, and he loves every minute of it. Scott loves family vacations, cooking outdoors, watching his kids play sports, movies, and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:35 AM EDT2014-07-29 14:35:49 GMT
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