Scott Swan bBiography
Scott·Scott Swan is one of the best-known Americans who currently serves as a host and broadcaster. Channel 13/WTHR (an NBC affiliate). It is held here at 17.00, 18.00 and 23.00. media reports. Scott started working for WTHR in 2002. In 2018, he received the annual National Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists for his work as a WTHR Storyteller.
WTHR received the “Best” Regional Emmy Award, the “Best Reporter” Indiana Associated Press Award, the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2018 National Sigma Delta Award Chi Award, the National Edward R. Murrow Award, the National Headliner Award (2), Regional Emmy Award for Outstanding News Anchor, multiple Emmy Awards for Olympic coverage, and Outstanding Journalist from the Indiana Associated Press.
Scott Swan Age
Scott Swan was born on July 9, 1963 in the United States. Scott is 59 years old.
Scott Swan Height
Scott’s height is 5 feet 8 inches (approximately 1.73 m).
Scott Swan Family
Scott’s father and mother were born in the United States. His parents married on August 25, 1962. Scott grew up with his sister. Unfortunately, his mother Helen died in 2017 and his father Dave died in 2018.
Scott Swann’s Wife
He is married to his high school sweetheart, Jana Swann. They celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary on May 24, 2022. They both have three adult children together.
Scott Swann Education
In 1985, Scott attended Pepperdine University and earned a degree in journalism.
Scott Swan Salary
His annual salary goes up to $73,682. This is based on the salary of WTHR anchors.
Scott Swan Net Worth
Scott has accumulated a lot of money, estimated at $2 million, throughout his years working in the media industry.
Scott Swan’s Career
He currently works as a host and anchor at Channel 13/WTHR (an NBC affiliate). It is held here at 17.00, 18.00 and 23.00. media reports. Scott started working at WTHR in 2002. Before joining, he worked at KTVX-TV in Salt Lake City, Utah. Additionally, Scott has worked for KHJ-TV in Los Angeles, CA, KESQ-TV in Palm Springs, CA, WISH-TV in Indianapolis, IN, KITV-TV in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Disneyland Broadcast Services.
Scott was the only Indianapolis journalist to interview heavyweight champion Mike Tyson at his home in Las Vegas. He also gave his first televised interview with John Mellencamp before embarking on his “It Doesn’t Get Better Than This” tour.