As you can see, Scott Spot Radio has returned to the Tunein listings. I never really got an explanation as to why it was yanked but they did invite me back.
I had a few people email me recently saying that they could no longer listen to Scott Spot Radio on Tunein. After a little digging I found out that Tunein has delisted quite a few internet radio stations and are no longer accepting submissions for new ones. How, when and why are still a mystery
Yes…I’m still alive and well! That would probably make a fantastic song title! If you’ve been wondering why I haven’t updated this page in forever and a day (or at least since last November) it’s because I’ve been rather busy with numerous things and just haven’t had the time to keep this site updated like
Christmas music is now playing on Scott Spot Radio! Yeah, I know it’s early and there will be some people who will likely groan and chastise me for starting it so early, but Christmas is a special time of the year for my wife and I. We both love Christmas and really get in to it
Tune in Christmas Eve beginning at 9:00 PM EST to Scott Spot Radio to listen to great Christmas music and hear reports from Lee Mosley from NORAD’s command center in Colorado Springs Colorado as they track Santa on his journey! Listen live via Tunein at http://tunein.com/radio/Scott-Spot-Radio-s163651/.
I was recently asked to give a presentation about podcasts for the New Paradigm Theatre youth board. Here’s the podcast! New Paradigm Theatre
from NFHS.org website By Cody Porter on February 17, 2016 The elimination of clipping from high school football is the latest attempt to reduce the risk of injury made by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Football Rules Committee. The decision to eliminate clipping in the free-blocking zone (Rule 2-17-3) was the
Wow…it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here. Since, well, the end of the high school football season. It was decided that I wasn’t going to call any basketball games this season by station management so I’ve been keeping myself busy on the air from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. weekdays on 98.9 FM
As the curtain falls on the 2015 IHSAA football regular season, the Avon Orioles still find themselves with a chance to earn back-to-back Hoosier Crossroads Conference championships. The Hamilton Southeastern Royals have already clinched at least a share of the HCC crown and can claim it outright with a win against Brownsburg and Victory Field in