Greg started his broadcasting career in 1970 while in high school in New Iberia, Louisiana, and continued on in college at the University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette (1971-1973) and the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque.
In 1977, at the age of 25, he arrived in San Francisco as KYA’s news director. A few years later, he moved to a similar position in Tampa Bay to supervise the transition of Top 40 WLCY to News/Talk WNSI (1980-81). After the plug was pulled on the new operation about 14 months later, he joined AM-620 WSUN across town as its morning news anchor. Since 1986, he’s worked at San Francisco’s KGO, been an ABC News correspondent, and hosted the morning show for WGN/Chicago.
Today (2012), Greg is CEO of Jarrett Voice Services, a voiceover and news crisis management business.
1981 - 1984 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (News)