Lara Scott can be heard every day as part of the Family Friendly Morning Show on the FISH as well as Weekdays from 3-7pm. Scott is also the host of The World Chart Show, an internationally syndicated countdown, and her voice has been heard on programs for Bravo, VH-1, the Olympic Encore on Universal Sports, and in-flight programming for Delta Radio and Air Force 1.
Born in Southwest Florida, Scott headed west after high school. She got into radio in Bend, Oregon, after randomly calling a local station, and then continued her broadcasting career in Portland. After graduating with a B.S. in Philosophy from Portland State University, she moved to San Francisco to become the music director and nighttime air personality at KZQZ. She then spent almost 7 years as the midday host at KYSR/Star 98.7 in Los Angeles.
Scott was a 2008 President’s Volunteer Service Award winner, which was presented by recording artist Michael W. Smith on behalf of President George W. Bush for her charity work. In her free time, she can be found hanging out with her husband and son, snowboarding, biking, hitting thrift stores and flea markets, and attending lots of concerts and movies.
Lara Scott is on-air with the Family Friendly Morning Show as well as mid-days M-F 10a-12p, 1p-3p