Other Stations - Other Tampa Bay Area Stations - Who's Who - Details

Scott's Co-Workers

WWJB - A History
WQSR - A History
WYND - A History
WWBA AM & FM - A History
WKXY - A History
WAZE - A History
WTRL - A History
WTMP AM & FM - A History
WPAS - A History
WBRD AM & FM - A History
WPLP - A History
WMNF - A History
WDCF - A History
WTYM - A History
WENG - A History
WXCR - A History
WKES - A History
WNSI - A History
WSOL - A History
WWQT - A History
WTAN AM & FM - A History
WUSF - A History
WRXB - A History
WGNB AM & FM - A History
WHBS - A History
WPSO AM & FM - A History
WAMA - A History
WCBF - A History
WQXM - A History
WMLO - A History
WVTY AM & FM - A History
WSST - A History
WMGG - A History
WAVE - A History
WTIS - A History
WKZM - A History
WSRZ - A History
WOKF - A History
WWZZ - A History
WZNE - A History
WCKX - A History
WWLF - A History
WRAV - A History
WJYW - A History
WIQI - A History
WAMR AM & FM - A History
WFNN - A History
WOFN - A History
WLFW - A History
WOJC - A History
WLCY AM & FM - A History
WSPB AM & FM - A History
WGUL AM & FM - A History
WDUV - A History
WQSA - A History
WYNF - A History
WSUN AM & FM - A History
WFLA AM & FM - A History
WINQ - A History
WHBO - A History
WDAE AM & FM - A History
WYOU - A History
WQYK AM & FM - A History
WRBQ AM & FM - A History
Russ Albums
John Alexander
Russ Altizer
Voncile Anderson
Larry Anderson
Tom Anthony
Alan Archer
Lee Arnold
Dave Banks
Bob Barnes
Denny Bateman
Chuck Bear
Joe Bell
Mel Berman
Neil Bob
Roy Bodden
Otis Boggs
Diane Bonilla
Marvelous Marvin Boone
Al Brock
Pat Brooks
Steve Burgess
Bill Burnett
Bill Burns
Burt & Kurt
Shirley Buss
Gordon Byrd
Bill Calder
Peter Callahan
Bill Campbell
Bob Campo
Don Capone
Kevin Card
Pat Chamburs
Mark Champion
Charlie Champion
Steve Cheney
Rita Ciccarello
Roz Clark
Bob Clark
Don Coe
Tim Coles
Bill Connolly
Al Corbett
Todd Cralley
Dennis Crandall
Rick Crandall
Mike Creager
Lary Crews
Dick Crippen
John Dalton
Eugene Danzey
Bob DeCarlo
John DeHaven
Paul Delaney
Scott Dennis
Mason Dixon
Nanci Donnellan
Bill Dudley
John Eastman
Ronald Ebben
Bill Elliott
JR Evans
Scott Farrell
Charlie Fernandez
A.G. "Tony" Fernandez
Charles Fernandez
Frank Ferreri
Jack Fichter
Reggie Fine
Marvin Flemmings
Valorie Flowers
Les Foerster
Al Ford
David Fowler
Al Gale
Bill Gamble
Russell Gant
Woody Garcia
Jim Genovese
Pat George
David Gold
Paul Gonzalez
Joe Hager
Marlen Hager
Norm Hale
Sean Hamilton
Chuck Harder
Dave Harrell
Jack Harris
Spyder Harrison
Tom Henderson
Mike Hennessy
Bob Hensler
Howard Hewes
Don Hibbitts
Bob Higby
Chris Holiday
Allan Hollar
Les Howard
Bob Hughes
Peter Jahns
Chris James
Ralph Janotti
Greg Jarrett
Bill Jenkins
Dan Johnson
Ralph Johnson
Jim Johnson (WHBO)
Jim Johnson (WQXM)
Marc Kaye
Gary Kines
David Kraddick
Kenny Lamb
John Lanigan
Mark Larsen
Jeff Laurence
Charlie Logan
Rob Lorei
Dan Lothian
Charlie Mack
Kevin MacKenzie
Steve Manuel
Carl Marcocci
Walt Marsicano
Beecher Martin
Tom Martinkovic a.k.a. Bobby Ocean
Sam McClelland
Terry McElhatton
Gerald McGougan
Gary McHenry
Pat McKay
Dave McKay (WWBA)
Terrance McKeever
Ed McMann
Randy Michaels
Steve Michaels
Jeff Miller
Moby
Brad Moore
Roosevelt Moore, Jr.
Rick Morgan
Kevin Murphy
Bob Neil
Robert Nelson
Robert Nelson
Jim Nettleton
Gerald Newton
Roy Nilson
George Nix
Russ Offenbach
Michael Osterhout
Judd Otis
Gordon Page
Ron Parker
Joe Patrick
Paul Harvey News
Ed Pendino
Bob Penrod
Carlos Jose Peralta
Jon Pinch
Jon Powers
Randy Price
Q Morning Zoo
Jim Quin
Gus Quintero
Rex Rand
Chris Rathaus
Art Reuben
RJ Reynolds
Bobby Rich
Liz Richards
Don Richards
Dick Ring
Ed Ripley
Scott Robbins
Jay Roberts
Ted Rogers
Jeff Rogo
Daylon Rushing
Jeff Ryan
Rick Samples
Nikki Sandler
Roger Schulman
Ron Scott
Michael Serio
Bob Seymour
Jim Shafer
Hank Shaw
John Sipos
Paul Sliwa
Chary Southmayd
Michael Spears
Roy Speer
Jim Stanley
Shauna Stevens
Dr. Chuck Stevens
Greg Stevens
Rick Stone
John Stortz
Bill Swisher
Chris Taylor
Myron Hieronymous Thomas
Nick Van Cleve
Jerry Walker
JoJo Walker
Scott Walterman
Ray Webb
Tedd Webb
Mike Weber
Robert Weeks
Jack Weldon
Rod Weller
Cleveland Wheeler
Early Williams
Ed Winton
Chris Wolf

Scott Shannon

Born in St. Louis, Michael Scott Shannon bounced in and out of 18 different elementary and junior high schools before finally ending up in Indianapolis for his high school years. Although he loved playing sports, his real passion was music and radio – so much so that he set up a make-believe radio station in the family basement.

Halfway through his senior year, at the age of 17, the army-brat son of a career sergeant decided to quit school and pursue his dream of being a disc jockey. However, things didn’t go as expected so to support himself, he did odd jobs here and there while looking for radio work. Before long his search was interrupted by a call from Uncle Sam and he found himself drafted into the Army.

While serving at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, Shannon got his first job in radio – working weekends at WFBS-AM 1490. When he was transferred to Ft. Benning, Georgia, he hooked up with WCLS-AM 1580 in Columbus. His first full time job, doing 7 to midnight at WABB in Mobile, came after being discharged from the service, followed by stops in Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta and Washington, D.C. where he was PD for WPGC-FM. The scenario was the same at each station – his ratings skyrocketed. 

In 1980 he headed for Florida and settled in as PD for market leader WRBQ Q105 and co-host of its morning show with Cleveland Wheeler. Over a period of time, that show evolved into the legendary “Q Morning Zoo” which, within a year, developed the largest share of adult listeners of any station in the country.

After blowing away the best the morning drive competition had to offer, Scott left Tampa Bay – on top – in 1984 and headed for New York’s Z100 WHTZ. There, he co-founded the “Z Morning Zoo,” the driving force that helped turn the station into a top-rated Top 40 FM. From there he headed for Los Angeles in 1989 to start up Pirate Radio and then back to New York in 1991 as PD and morning drive co-host at Z100’s rival, WPLJ-FM. In the 90’s he also became a successful radio consultant for Philadelphia’s WPLY and WKCI in New Haven.

Once one of the original on-camera VJ’s for cable’s VH1 music channel, he picked up many awards during his career, including Billboard magazine’s “Air Personality of the Year” in 1988 and 1993-97 and “Program Director of the Year” in 1989 and 1994-97. In a survey of his peers conducted for Radio & Records, his accomplishments were rewarded when he was named the “Most Influential Programmer of the Past 20 Years.” He was also inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in Washington, D.C. in 2003 and the National Radio Hall of Fame in Chicago in 2006.

On February 12, 2014, Shannon announced his retirement from WPLJ effective immediately. However, he wasn’t out of work long. The legendary morning man landed wake-up duty at New York’s WCBS-FM.

Station History

1980 - 1984 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)

Home | WPLA | WONN | WLAK | Other Stations | Related Links | Contact Us

© 2017 RadioYears.com All rights reserved.
Built by fusionZONE, Inc.