He’s back: John C. Scott returns to talk radio in Tucson


Posted by Carolyn Classen

Long time political talk show host John C. Scott was let go at KVOI radio station (AM 1030 on the dial) on December 17, 2013 but is re-surfacing today at KVET AM 1210, from 3 to 5 p.m.  John C. Scott and his producer son Mark Ulm advertise their show as the “longest running political talk show in Tucson.” He has broadcast his show from Washington, D.C., China, and Israel.


I’ll let the paid journalists report on this one:

Tucson Weekly article: http://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/media-watch/Content?oid=3964326

Tucsonsentinel.com aticles:


According to John Schuster at the Weekly: “This will the be the fifth local AM frequency where Scott has broadcast his show. Since starting the talk-show portion of his radio career in 1989, Scott has been on KTUC 1400, KTKT 990, KJLL (now KWFM) 1330 and KVOI.”  That’s a long, dedicated career in radio.

Listen weekdays Monday to Friday, 3 to 5 p.m. He interviews mostly politicians, political candidates, journalists, and business leaders in Tucson and Arizona, and covers many community events.

Today’s guests will be John McCain, Fred DuVal, Andy Tobin, Terry Goddard, Glenn Hamer, and Mark B. Evans, according to his Facebook page.

Welcome back John C. Scott.

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