Biography of Scott Paulsen
Scott Paulsen is a radio broadcaster and columnist from the United States who currently works as a morning DJ at classic rock station 96.9 The Rock. He has been with the station since it opened in 2019. He also writes a regular column for the Observer-Reporter in Washington, Pennsylvania. He is also the writer of Dirty Hippies and has done voice work for Nickelodeon’s Action League Now!
Scott Paulsen Age
Scott Paulsen was born in Chester, West Virginia in the United States of America on May 23, 1959. He is 63 years old.
Scott Paulsen’s height
Scott stands at 5 ft 10 in/1.77 m tall.
Scott Paulsen Family
Scott was born and raised in West Virginia under his supportive and loving parents, whose name remains unknown. Scott was born in the United States, but is of white ethnicity.
Spouse Scott Paulsen
Kit Paulsen, his gorgeous and supportive wife, is his happily married wife. For almost 20 years, the couple has been married. However, whether the couple has children is unknown to the general public.
Scott Paulsen training
Details of his educational background are scarce due to his reserved demeanor. But as soon as we know anything reliable about the situation, we will let you know.
Salary Scott Paulsen
Scott gets an annual salary of 70,360.
Scott Paulsen Net Worth
Scott’s accumulated net worth is $1 million.
Scott Paulsen career
Scott is currently heard on 96.9 The Rock, where he has been the morning DJ since 2019. He also did an appearance on WRKZ in December 2006, during afternoon drive time. He eventually left the network once it switched to a Top 40 format and started a sports talk program on ESPN 1250 with Eddy Crow and Mike Logan. Scott, along with Mike Logan, Stan Savran, Chris Mack, Guy Junker and Ken Laird, were released from ESPN RADIO 1250 on Monday, September 27, 2010.
He began his journalism career in the 1980s when he joined Pittsburgh classic rock station WDVE. He co-hosted The DVE Morning Show with Jim Krenn. However, he took an 11-month hiatus from the show in 1999 and returned in 2000. Upon his return, he was reassigned as the sole host of The Paulsen Radio Broadcast, an evening show.
He quit and joined WRKZ six years later. He returned to WDVE on January 19, 2012, as executive partner and host for Randy Baumann. Scott announced his official departure from the show two years later on January 31, 2014. He is a part-time writer and publisher of various books, including Cow Tipping, Dirty Hippies and Night Fruit Army, in addition to being a broadcaster. Dirty Hippies is a 2017 fiction novel published by Independent Publishers.