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Scott Fitzgerald

For Over 30 years, Scott Fitzgerald has rescued the public both as a 911 Fire Dispatcher & Firefighter/EMT Paramedic for Baltimore County, Maryland. Scott has also entertained the public as a Baltimore radio personality. Scott got the broadcast bug by regularly visiting area DJ legend Joe Knight at 1300 WFBR while a grade schooler in the mid-60's. Fitzgerald began to learn the ropes first hand with volunteer DJ stints at Loch Raven VA Hospital station WAVR, non-commercial 91.5 WBJC-FM, and WVOB-AM in Bel Air, Maryland. In January, 1974 Scott landed his first commercial major market gig at 92.3 WLPL-FM. Scott began on the 10 PM - 2 AM shift at Stereo 92, eventually moving to the 7-Midnight shift. His nighttime gig was rated #1 among younger demos. By '75 Scott took a hiatus from the biz to obtain his basic EMT-Ambulance training. After working as a medic for the Washington DC Fire Department, he went back on the air in May, 1979 as a weekend/swing guy playing Disco for WKTK-FM in Baltimore. Later that summer, Scott segued to 104.3/Music 104 WITH-FM and the 10 PM to 2 AM show. Scott's high-energy antics and CHR music helped Baltimoreans get through the night. Scott stayed through the sale of WITH-FM and transition to B104, one of Baltimore's most successful CHR outlets ever. At the end of '80, it was back to 105.7. By this time, WKTK had become SuperRadio WQSR. Fitzgerald handled PM Drive & was the station's Music Director. In '81, Scott was hired as a SYSCOM Medivac Helicopter Dispatcher at the world-famous University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, but stayed on at WQSR doing weekends and fill-ins. At the beginning of 1984, Scott left radio to concentrate full-time on his Public Safety career, being hired as a Fire Dispatcher with Baltimore County's 911 Center, but by the mid-90's...decided it was time to go back on the air. Since the summer of 1995, Scott Fitzgerald has worked weekends/swing at 96.7 WCEI-FM in Easton, 98.5 WYCR in Hanover (both AC/CHR formats) and a little bit of Country as well at WRBT-FM in Harrisburg and 100.7 WGRX-FM (Froggy) in Baltimore. He then took over the original disco-flavored 'Dancin' Hits Saturday Night' show from Big Don O'Brien at 104.3 WOCT (then known as the 'Colt'). In the Summer of 2001, he assumed swing/weekend duties at 100.7 WZBA ('The Bay') in Baltimore. To hear Scott tell it, 'I just like to have fun on the radio. It's the stress relief I need from my Fire Department job'. A native of Baltimore, Scott a lot of radio folks...has worked for a number of stations through the years and has done it 'full-speed ahead' at each one. He loves the business, and it shows! E-mail Scott at or . (new email addresses)



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