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Brian Scott Biography, Age, Education, KGAN, KXAS

Brian Scott is an American journalist who is a reporter and multimedia journalist at WFIL in Orlando, Florida. He was previously a reporter and MMJ in KXAS in Dallas. He turns multiple lead stories every day as a reporter and often also as an MMJ, regularly enterprise stories covering both the massive Orlando and Gainesville DMAs, he routinely recognized for creativity and “telling the story” differently and better than the competition.

Brian Scott Biography

Brian Scott is an American journalist who is a reporter and multimedia journalist at WFIL in Orlando, Florida. He was previously a reporter and MMJ in KXAS in Dallas. He turns multiple lead stories every day as a reporter and often also as an MMJ, regularly enterprise stories covering both the massive Orlando and Gainesville DMAs, he routinely recognized for creativity and “telling the story” differently and better than the competition.

Brian Scott Age

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Brian Scott Education

Scott attended St. Cloud University where he studied Bachelor of Science, Mass Communication (Cum Laude)

Brian Scott KXAS

Scott was Responsible for enterprising unique story content in one of the four major counties in Dallas viewing
area, Shot and edited all of his own work, Performed daily live shots on his own, without a photog, utilizing Streambox, LiveU, Dejaro, & TVU, as only journalist in the county, was first to break several stories and was often live on-air from the scene of breaking news 45 minutes – 1 hour before the competition.

Brian Scott Photojournalist KGAN

Scott Produced daily assignment and special feature packages as a “1-Man Band”, Preformed live shots both in the studio and in the field daily, Assisted in newsroom-wide training on new digital workflow and transition from tape-to-tape, and also Filled-in wherever needed including 3 months doing live reports for the morning show.

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Brian Scott Awards

  • 2011 Best Newscast – Live Reporter w/ KGAN – Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Awards
  • 2010 Best Breaking News Coverage – Live Reporter w/ KGAN – Iowa Broadcast News Association
  • 2010 Best Breaking Newscast – Live Reporter w/ KGAN – Iowa Broadcast News Association
  • 2009 Overall Excellence in Reporting – Iowa Broadcast News Association
  • 2008 Best College Newscast – Producer w/ UTVS – Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Awards
  • 2007 Mark of Excellence Breaking News Reporting – Society of Professional Journalists
  • 2007 Mark of Excellence Feature Reporting – Society of Professional Journalists
  • 2007 Mark of Excellence Best Newscast – Editor w/ UTVS – Society of Professional Journalists
  • 2007 Eric Sevareid Award: Best Newscast – Editor w/ UTVS – Northwest Broadcast News
    Association
  • 2007 Best College Newscast – Editor w/ UTVS – National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
  • 2007 Best College Newscast – Editor w/ UTVS – Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Awards
  • 2007 Award of Excellence – Producer w/ Husky Productions – Accolade Awards
  • 2007 Gold Award: Sports Program – Associate Producer – Aurora Awards
  • 2004 Reporter of the Year – Lakeville High School “Panther Pause”
  • 2004 Most Likely to Succeed in TV – Lakeville High School “Panther Pause”

Brian Scott Longwood

Article by Brian Scott;

Many know Jeff Sonksen for his tribute murals lining a fence on Ronald Regan Blvd in Longwood; memorials paintings of fallen celebrities, police, and musicians. His latest work though is making a much more political statement.

Sonksen’s newest series line the road outside of the Seminole County Kennel Club. The paintings aren’t of people but of greyhound dogs that actually run races at the Longwood track, and bare messages defending that track and its sport.

“There are so many times I drove by the track and went, ‘ooo the dreaded dog track!'” said Sonksen. “I never would have believed that 6 months later I’d be defending greyhound racing.”

Sonksen said his change of heart came after an odd series of events that led him to an invite into the Seminole track. Also an avid social media user, he went in armed with a camera expecting to continue to expose the abuse he’d seen shown by so many animal rights groups, but he said he couldn’t.

Brian Scott Disney

Article by Brian Scott;

Many know it as the town Walt Disney built or was that “Wald Disney?”

Bloggers at Disney Diary were among several visitors over the weekend who noticed Celebration’s famous downtown fountain had the word “Walt” misspelled as “Wald” in it.

Disney Diary posted a photo of the error on their Twitter page with the message: “Really? This is the new fountain in Celebration. You know, the town built by the Wald Disney Co. #whycopyeditorsmatter #disney #wdw”

Residents said the fountain had been closed for some time to undergo renovations and just reopened in recent days.
The concrete on the ground of it features a compass design with pavers pointing to destinations in the area; including the nearby Walt Disney World.

On Monday, the Celebration Community Development District acknowledged the error on their website. In a statement leaders wrote:

“As many of you know, the Celebration CDD hired a contractor to refurbish the fountain in downtown Celebration. The fountain contains guide markers to various locations and attractions, one of which is Walt Disney World. Unfortunately, ‘Walt’ was misspelled and will have to be replaced. The contractor has taken full responsibility for making the correction. Some of the other guide markers also need to be realigned to point in the correct direction, and that will also be done by the contractor.

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