The Scott Miller Show

“The Scott Miller Show”

Raised in the southwest suburbs of Chicago. Scott Miller started in radio at 12 years old with legendary Chicago radio DJ Dick Biondi. Miller is a proud graduate of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Prior to WJBC Scott has worked at a variety of stations including: WGN and Oprah Radio during his 20+ year career.

Katherine Murphy joins in with news at the top and bottom of every hour. Catch the latest market reports, local and ag news. Tune in for the conversation and share a laugh.

Miller has also been seen on TV in Chicago on FOX 32 WFLD and as an extra on NBC’s “ER” & TBS’s “Sullivan and Son”. He is easily recognized for his award winning mustache. Bourbon makes his life complete, lots and lots of bourbon. Scott Miller is the resident foodie at WJBC and hasn’t met a garage sale he doesn’t like.

The Scott Miller Show is the world according to Scott Miller! Local & national news makers, interviews and lots of FUN!

Scott Miller’s life motto: “We’re not here for a long time; we’re here for a good time”.

Contact:
ScottMiller@WJBC.com
Twitter: @ScottMillerShow

www.ScottMillerShow.com

Blogs

Labor Day – Expanding voting rights for all

By Mike Matejka Because of COVID, there is no Labor Day Parade this year.  It’s always a great event for our everyday workers to march proudly down the street and enjoys the festive crowd. If there had been a parade, this year’s Labor Day theme was to be “150 years of struggle: your right to vote.” …

Is federal mobilization the answer?

By Mike Matejka As President Donald Trump threatens to send federal marshals into Chicago, over the objections of Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, recall another Illinois Governor who protested the incursion of armed federal personnel into the city.   Those federal troops, rather than calming, escalated the situation, leading to deaths and violence. Illinois poet Vachel Lindsay…

In these troubled times, to my fellow white Americans

By Mike Matejka Our nation is at a unique watershed in human relations. African-Americans have been killed too many times in the past before George Floyd, but the response to this man’s death is international and all-encompassing. I was a grade-schooler during the Civil Rights 1960s. I watched Birmingham demonstrators hosed and the Selma – Montgomery…

Workers’ Memorial Day – Remember those whose job took their life

Looking around our community, when we say employer, most will respond to State Farm, Country, or Illinois State University.   We too often forget those who are building our roads, serving our food, or our public employees. COVID-19 has made us more aware of the risk.  Going to work every day for some people means…