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Welcome to the official website of on-air personality, journalist, writer and producer,

Scott Evans. 

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What is up?


Welcome to the official website of on-air personality, journalist, writer and producer,

Scott Evans. 

 
 

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So you are wondering who is this guy, Scott Evans, right? Well you've come to the right place. Stay a while, scroll around, share a post, or even better drop him a line and introduce yourself!

 

 

 
 
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Bio


Bio


If you decide the only outcome is to win... well it becomes really difficult to lose...
— a champion

Some time ago those words resonated with a driven, young man hell bent on making his mark on the planet. Born on the east coast and raised in the midwest, you could say Scott got the best of both worlds. Drive and the tenacity to dare to pursue his dreams. 

 

Scott backstage with Hip-Hip Duo Salt N' Pepa

From an early age his flare for performing was evident and rarely did he shy from a crowd. But it wasn't until seeing himself on the jumbo-tron starring in the intro video for the NBA's Indiana Pacers that he'd discover a passion for entertainment. Watching the crowd respond to the quick four minute video in which he portrayed a kid Reggie Miller he made a promise to himself, one day people would know his name.....

Ok, that might be over selling it a bit, but after that - Scott threw himself into other opportunities to learn more about television. In highschool he worked on the teen directed and produced, bi-weekly television show "360 Degrees" which aired on the MTV-2 affiliate in Indianapolis. There he'd learn the basics of video production and create memorable work on topics like teen homelessness, preparing for college, and how to plan the perfect date. 

Scott on court for the NBA's Indiana Pacers

It wouldn't be long before Scott was called back to the hardwood ... and the jumbo-tron! For four seasons Scott would serve as the host for the NBA's Indiana Pacers and the WNBA's Indiana Fever. He and his antics kept the entertainment going when the game stopped. As the youngest to ever hold the position, at every home game and in front of thousands of basketball fans he developed a keen "think on your feet," delivery style. 

Scott went on to become The Face of My-Indy TV - the spokesperson for the network. While there he'd also serve as an entertainment reporter for the sister station WISH-TV 8 - the local CBS affiliate. Covering events like Butler basketball, the Indianapolis 500 and the Grammy Awards, he'd bring each newscast a fresh perspective and unique energy.

It'd be those qualities that took him to Los Angles where he'd become the West-Coast Correspondent for One Minute News. A millennial news organization that produced quick personality driven bits on the biggest stories of the day. 

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The bug for news would bite hard, and soon so did New York and Channel One News - the CBS partnered national news show that reaches 5 millions viewers daily. Yea - that one.

Serving as an anchor and reporter, Scott has interviewed people like the youngest Nobel Peace Prize Winner - Malala Yousafzai, to legendary Academy Award winning Director James Cameron and the iconic Grammy Award winning band The Jonas brothers.

Currently, Scott is the east coast correspondent for Access Hollywood on NBC. 

Scott has traveled the country bringing the news from around the world to the Channel One viewer. As a writer, producer, photographer, and editor his skills serve him well covering a variety of topics like the recent protests stemming from Ferguson Missouri, the modern slave trade, innovations in technology and the rising costs of education. 

Scott's passion for young people is undeniable, and it's that passion that led him to establish Fight the Wackness. A federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that's sole mission is to encourage young people to pursue their dreams against all odds.  Providing career focused mentorship to at-risk youth where he grew up in Indianapolis, Scott passes the baton to the next generation of dreamers... Something he believes had he been without... well let's say this bio would be quite a bit different. 

 

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