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Jon Scott Wiki
Jon Scott is an American television news anchor who hosts Fox Report Weekend on Fox News. He is also the lead anchor for any breaking news each weekend. Scott longtime co-anchored Happening Now on Fox News until the network expanded America’s Newsroom from 2 hours to 3, ending the show in June 2018 after 11 years of being on air. Scott was also the host of Fox News Watch, a program that was replaced by the similar format Media Buzz in September 2013, which is hosted by Howard Kurtz.
Jon Scott Biography
Jon graduated from Denver Lutheran High School he also enrolled at University of Missouri, Columbia where he studied journalism. Scott is also a licensed pilot, rated to fly single-engine airplanes, and sometimes uses his competence when covering aviation stories, such as the July 6, 13 , crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214.
Jon Scott Age
Jon was born on November 7, 1958 in Denver, Colorado.
Jon Scott Height
Scott’s height is not known yet though he has an impressive height which matches his sharp personality. He belongs to white ethnicity.
Jon Scott Family
John Scott was born in Denver, Colorado. Information about his parents, siblings and family background is confined. Though it is known that he has an older brother who was an infantryman in the Vietnam War.
Jon Scott Wife
Jon is a married man. He is married to Sharon Scott and since they got married the couple is very much happy in the relationship. They have four children together. Jon’s son known as Joshua Scott is the American military who stayed in Afghanistan for nine months in 2013. Scott is a proud father who cherishes the achievements and contributions of his son towards the state. He also frequently comes forth and discussed the pros and cons of being a part of the military family in interviews.
Jon Scott Fox News
In 1966 he joined Fox News and has been working there ever since. His most well known coverage and reports include the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001 and the launch of Operation Iraqi Freedom in CENTCOM. During the coverage of the death of Osama Bin Laden he was the studio anchor for Fox News.
Jon is als a licensed pilot he is rated to flying single-engine airplanes, and in 2013 he used his qualification to cover the crash Asian Airlines Flight 214. That is when the viewers acknowledged him as a multitalented person. Public recognizes him from the various shows including, Happening Now, Fox News Watch, and A Current Affair.
Prior to Fox News scott was a correspondent for KOMU-TV (NBC) in Columbia, Missouri, a station and operated by Mizzou. Previously he was the weekday evening news anchor, weekend co-anchor, and reporter for WPLG-TV (ABC) in Miami. Scott also worked as a reporter and bureau chief for KUSA-TV(NBC) in Denver. Starting in 1988, he was a reporter for the syndicated news program Inside Edition.
He was a correspondent for Dateline NBC from 1992 to 1995. He also served as the host of A Current Affair and eventually joined the Fox News Channel in 1996.
Jon Scott Net Worth
His successful professional career must be earning him a sufficient amount of wealth. So far there are no any concrete details regarding Jon’s salary and net worth.
Jon Scott And Jenna Lee
Scott and Jenna Lee who is an American journalist and former anchor on the Fox News Channel, co-hosted Happening Now together. Before Lee co-anchored Fox Business Network’s early-morning business news program, Fox Business Morning, with Connell McShane
Fox News Jon Scott Happening Now
Fox News Channel is expanding its morning show America’s Newsroom from two to three hours. Now set to air from 9 am-noon ET starting June 11, the extra time for the show anchored by Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith comes at the expense of Happening Now, which no longer will happen.
Ten-year FNC veteran Hemmer has anchored America’s Newsroom since its inception in 2009, and Smith, who got her start at FBN in 2007, joined him as co-anchor last year. Smith also has co-hosted Outnumbered since its 2014 launch, will exit that show America’s Newsroom expands.
“Bill and Sandra’s ability to cut through the headlines and provide hard-hitting interviews with the nation’s leaders have made it must-see television, and we’re excited to add an extra hour of this informative program to the weekday lineup,” Fox News President and Executive Editor Jay Wallace said in making the announcement. “Adding Jon Scott’s extensive experience in breaking news will help ensure our weekend coverage remains unparalleled in the industry.”
America’s Newsroom has averaged 1.6 million in total viewers, making it the No. 1 news program in its time slot.