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Scott Shannon

Scott Shannon veteran on-air personality and program director of WPLJ/New York, is one of radio's most respected music programmers who helped create and define the "Morning Zoo" format. As a youth, he listened to different stations around the country during his family's frequent moves. His first job at age 17 was at WAAB/Mobile in 1969. He then worked at WMPS/Memphis, followed by WMAK/Nashville, where he spent three years as program director and on-air personality. Shannon then joined WQXI/Atlanta, became program director at WPGC/Washington, DC, and then went to WRBQ/ Tampa. It was at WRBQ where he created the "Morning Zoo" format, a fun party atmosphere during the four-hour morning shift. His next position was at WHTZ/New York, where he took the ratings from last to first in just 72 days. He then went to Pirate Radio KQLZ/Los Angeles before returning to New York to join WPLJ in 1991. His Scott & Todd in the Morning program at WPLJ enjoys one of the biggest audiences in the United States, and he is programmer and host of the True Oldies Channel satellite music station. Scott Shannon was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 2006.

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