Glenn Schuck began his radio career in 1981 at Seton Hall University. Glenn was News Director and then Station Manager for WSOU, one of America’s oldest and best known college radio stations. The native of Saddle River, New Jersey began his professional radio career as a DJ for such stations as WJRZ/Jersey Shore, PST/Trenton, legend rocker WAAF /Boston and as morning host at KROCK in California.
In 1995 Glenn went back into news, anchoring business reports for CNBC based in New Jersey. His reports were heard locally on 1010WINS. In 1997, Glenn left CNBC for Metro Networks new radio news wire service. In 2000, Glenn joined 1010 WINS as a reporter, and the same month was named News Director for Metro. Glenn left his role at the Metro News wire in 2013 and added anchor duties to his reporting at 1010 WINS.
Glenn was the first radio reporter to inspect Ground Zero with Mayor Giuliani the morning of September 12, 2001. Glenn reported the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks for months after the tragedy, and contributed to both an HBO documentary and two books on the terror attacks. While continuing to cover the events out of Mayor Bloomberg’s administration, Glenn’s work has also included dozens of baseball playoff games, Super Bowls, the Transit strike, the City Hall shooting, blackout of 2003 and dozens of major breaking news events. Schuck has won many awards for his work from the New York Press Club, AP and NY AIR Awards.
Podcasting for me began right out of college, I wanted a way to continue the live sports talk radio show that I had started at SUNY Plattsburgh. Therefore, I created my own sports media brand called, "The Word With G" which became the name of my very first podcast show. I shared my podcasts on various social media platforms and started a Facebook page in which I built an audience and as the audience grew I began really branding my content.
In 2015 the Word With G podcast got an offer from BlogTalkRadio/WRSP Radio to transition it into a weekly, hour long, live digitally streaming radio show and so I took it.
When spring of 2016 came around I was approached with an offer from a friend and fellow communications major alumni from SUNY Plattsburgh, Matt Stopsky, to return to the podcasting game and Co-Host a podcast with him regarding the NBA for FanRagSports.com. I jumped at the opportunity to work with a talented friend on a show podcast in which we could truly make our own by creating unique segments and were able to put our stamp on it for a well known and respected sports media outlet.
Soon after the 2016 NBA season had come to a close, FanRagSports.com presented us with yet another opportunity to produce and host another podcast, this time on College Football. With another opportunity on the table we again took it and ran with it. Now, we've concluded our first year covering College Football and are well into our first full season covering the NBA.
With each one of these podcasts I've been afforded the opportunity to talk to some amazing people from the sports media industry as well as former athletes. It's an experience I hope to keep growing and expanding upon as my own sports media journey unfolds.
Iisha Scott was born and raised in Norfolk and is excited to be back home as a member of the 13News Now weather team. You can catch her forecasts/live reports Saturday and Sunday evenings at 6 and 11 p.m. and during the week on 13News Now at Daybreak.
Before Iisha joined 13News Now, she was the weekend morning meteorologist at WECT-TV 6 in Wilmington, N.C. where she covered the city’s second largest ice storm on record.
She got her start in television at WWBT NBC 12 in Richmond, Virginia where she was a weather apprentice and fill-in traffic reporter.
Iisha received 13News Now’s “Ricky King Service Award” for her coverage of Tropical Storm Hermine. The award, presented in memory of a former employee at 13News Now, recognizes people at the station for going above and beyond the expectations of their jobs and setting examples of excellence for their peers.
Iisha graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications from Norfolk State University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Geosciences/Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University.
Giving back to the community that gave so much to her is very important to Iisha. She held her inaugural Back to School Vision Board Party this year, encouraging young girls to chase their dreams and realize their potential. She also is involved with several mentoring programs.
Iisha currently serves as the Vice President of Hampton Roads Black Media Professionals, the local chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. She is also a member of the National Weather Association, American Meteorological Society, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Iisha has also served as a keynote speaker for schools, community programs and church services.
When she's not forecasting the weather, Iisha enjoys traveling, trying new recipes, and spending time with her husband, family and friends.
Jason received a Master of Fine Arts in Film and Television Production at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. His films have been featured on The Huffington Post, The Progressive, MoveOn.org, Upworthy, have screened at the United Nations and at festivals across the United States, and have been viewed nearly 1,000,000 times online while generating an online community of over 7,500 fans. He is the producer of the award-winning short film, A Warm Spell (World Premiere, Clermont-Ferrand), and the Brooklyn Film Festival Audience Choice Award-winning feature film, But Not For Me (Official Selection - 2015 Virginia Film Festival), which co-stars Roger Guenveur Smith (Chi-Raq, Do The Right Thing). In 2015, he co-founded the collaborative production company, Impolite Company.
Writer/Director Jason Stefaniak’s early career successes include:
Demo Reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQBb8SY5efU
Jeff has over 30 years experience in video production and photography. Jeff’s experience in photography & video production runs the gamut including commercials, marketing, and fund raising videos. He’s worked with AD agencies, PR firms and directly with marketing teams for companies such as General Electric, Pfizer, AMG Funds, and Verizon.
Jeff also works with non-profit organizations that make a positive impact on our community. He’s produced videos for Big Brother Big Sister of America, Boys & Girls Club, Donate Life, Habitat for Humanity, Hudson Link, “It Gets Better” project, Life Project Africa, Maryknoll Missions, Xaverian Missionaries, and The SPCA of Westchester.
Jeff’s still photography experience includes advertising and promotional photography for a range of clients. His still photography is represented worldwide by Getty Images.
His work has won Telly & Aster awards, awards from The New York Art Directors Club, Westchester Ad Club, Communication Arts Magazine, New Jersey Ad Club, Health Care Marketing Report, and The RX Club.
Jeff recently directed and photographed video projects for AMG Funds, Westchester Medical Center, and Concordia College. Jeff also serves as director of photography for visiting producers shooting in the NY area. He has a BA in Film from SUNY Purchase.