Born on the East Coast and raised in the Midwest, Scott Evans has been working in entertainment and media since the third grade. With the support of his mother, Scott threw himself in head first. As a teenager he worked as a host and producer of the teen television show 360 Degrees in Indianapolis.
After studying communications and theater at Purdue University, he worked as an on-court host for the NBA’s Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever. Scott would later go on to cover local events, and happenings in the Circle City for MyINDY-TV.
Scott also had the opportunity to work with the CBS affiliate WISH-TV, covering events such as Butler basketball, the Indianapolis 500 and the Grammy Awards. Scott most recently worked for the millennial news organization One Minute News as its West Coast correspondent.
While at One Minute News, Scott launched a non-profit with a mission to inspire and encourage teens to become leaders in their community. Fight The Wackness, or FTW, is dedicated to encouraging Indanapolis youth to pursue their dreams against all odds.
For more, take a look at Scott Evans’ contributions to ChannelOne.com.