Scott found a permanent
home behind the microphone in upstate New York, where "The Scott
Ross Show" debuted on a small network of five radio stations. The
weekly show grew to syndication on 200 stations and won five "Billboard" awards.
The early 1980's brought
Scott's move to television, where he produced and hosted entertainment
features for a national audience and garnered five "Angel" awards
For three years, "Scott
Ross Straight Talk," a daily talk show on The Family Channel, addressed
hundreds of issues in an effort to cut to the heart of people's
opinions and motivate viewers to positive response. Nominated for
the ACE Award for Best Interview Host on cable television, Scott
once watched skin heads storm off the set, and even stopped a program
to counsel a suicidal caller. He challenged the racist, the self-righteous,
and the complacent, while reaching out to the homeless, the addicted,
and people with AIDS. Scott took viewers for an inside look at
human conflict from the gang-ravaged streets of Los Angeles to
the war-torn hills of the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
As always, Scott goes beyond
reporting on problems, to find in every situation someone who is
A caring friend will be there to pray with you in your time of need.