Scott Brown

Scott Brown


Scott Brown is no stranger to WKDZ, having worked at the radio station on three prior occasions in various capacities.  Scott's first regular job was at WKDZ in 1988, where he served as a D.J., part-time news director, and color commentator for Trigg County sports from 1988-91.  He worked on the air at WHOP Radio in Hopkinsville from 1991-92 before returning to WKDZ to serve as news director from 1992-93.  In 1995, Scott was hired as a full-time police officer for the City of Cadiz, a profession he continues to serve in today.  Scott worked part-time at WKDZ from 1996-2000, serving as color commentator and play-by-play announcer for Trigg County sports.  He has also been the sports editor at The Cadiz Record newspaper on two previous occasions -- 1993-95 and 2000-06.

Scott has always taken an interest in local history, having compiled record books for Trigg County High School football, basketball, soccer, and volleyball.  In addition, Scott has researched Trigg County election results dating back to the early 20th century, which he has used to produce political stories with information exclusive to the area.

Scott's current duties include color commentary and play-by-play (once again) for Trigg County sports in addition to producing the daily SportsByte that is heard on WKDZ and WHVO Radio.  He also began the first blog that centers around Trigg County sports, also called the SportsByte.

Scott has three children -- twin sons Micah and Darrin and a daughter, Ashlyn.  Chances are, you have already seen one, two, or all three at a Wildcat sporting event.

Scott can be reached by e-mail at