Johnny McKeon, Sascha Blume and Brittany Johnson welcome former University of Utah, wide receiver, Kenneth Scott to the show.
Scott, a fan favorite at the University of Utah, explains how the U of U football program helped shape him, to not only be a stellar athlete, but a complete and educated man.
Scott explains the importance of dieting as an athlete, and focusing on and proving your doubter wrong. He shares a tale of his mother’s strength and perseverance and how that impacted him. He talks about the responsibility that comes with being an inspiration to others and dealing with the expectations that come with fame. Kenneth explains the importance of being a man that others can depend on and taking the most from every opportunity.
Brittany also makes Scott free style… It’s awesome despite Blume’s inability to produce on the fly!
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No guests, No Johnny McKeon on Episode 150 of OUR!
Let’s just say the show goes off the tracks!
Sascha Blume, Wayne Thompson Jr. and Brittany Johnson discuss Wayne being ‘Hollywood,’ and getting a new job co hosting the ‘Frankie and Jess show, ‘on 97.1 ZHT weekdays from 6-10 a.m.
We discuss: media departures, Snapchat and broadcasting failures!
We also discuss the idea that skin color might be the reason why Steven ‘Steph,’ Curry is hated in the NBA!
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Johnny McKeon, Sascha Blume, and Wayne Thompson Jr. welcome ABC4 Good4Utah Anchor and Reporter, Nadia Crow to the show!
Crow explains how she went from Syracuse University to becoming the first black female primetime news anchor in the State of Utah.
She emphasizes the distinction between ‘News Anchor,’ and ‘Television Host,’ the importance of journalistic integrity, and why she chose news over sports reporting.
Nadia also talks about dealing with the expectations that come with the color of her skin… She also shares her perspective on the responsibility of being a role model in the community and how that has made her grow both a person and as a media personality!
Nadia Crow anchors the 4 p.m. newscast everyday on ABC 4 Utah.
All this and More on Episode 146 of Ol’ Ute Radio!
Watch her news reports on ABC 4 Utah at 5p.m. and 6 p.m.
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