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Thank you for visiting ScottWalkeronTV. We love the visual medium here. This site will chronicle what we are doing to innovate that medium, and take visual storytelling outside the boxes.

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Our philosophy

Thinking Outside The Boxes

We believe the future of television will be fulfilled from outside of the box. The type of programming that we seek to produce will look great on the traditional television set. But it will also move seamlessly to the computer screen and to the handheld device.



2008-present: Golf Channel

Anchor & Correspondent

2012-present: The First Tee

President, Central Florida Chapter

2004-2008: Digital Golf Corp.

President & CEO

2003-2006: USA Network

Correspondent for PGA TOUR Sunday

2005: ABC Sports

College Football Sideline Reporter

1999-2003: ESPN

National Correspondent

1997-1999: NBC 7/39 (San Diego)

Sports Anchor & Reporter

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Scott Walker has spent most of the past two decades excelling as both a broadcast journalist and an executive in the business of media.

Mr. Walker is an award-winning journalist who currently serves as an anchor and correspondent for Golf Channel. Mr. Walker also spent 4 years as a national correspondent for ESPN. In that role, he covered major events for their flagship news programs, SportsCenter and Outside The Lines. Mr. Walker has also worked for ABC Sports and USA Network. The San Diego Press Club honored Mr. Walker with its 1997 Best Sports Reporting Award. The Radio and Television News Association of Southern California (RTNA) gave Mr. Walker its highest honor, the Golden Mike Award, for Sports Reporting in 1998.

Mr. Walker's experience does not stop with his work in front of the camera. Mr. Walker serves on the board of directors for The First Tee of Central Florida, helping lead the chapter through its initial staff hiring and programming launch. Mr. Walker was the co-founder and president of Digital Golf Corporation, which brought interactive digital content and streaming video to the golf world. Mr. Walker produced video content for television and new media at UniQuest Media, while advising clients like the NFL on their communications programs.

Mr. Walker graduated from Stanford University with a degree in African-American Studies. He has worked extensively mentoring children and young professionals, including work with local D.A.R.E. chapters. He resides with his wife in the Orlando area.


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Golf Channel

Brand Messaging

The First Tee

Speaking Engagements

Power Players Leadership Symposium

Callaway Golf

African American Golfers Hall of Fame

Video Production

The Walt Disney Company

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Our Philosophy

What Is Thinking Outside The Boxes?

We believe the future of television will be fulfilled from outside of the box. The type of programming that we seek to produce will look great on the traditional television set. But it will also move seamlessly to the computer screen and to the handheld device. The same production can work on each platform -- as long as the format is modified to maximize the innate advantages of each medium. Long-form projects work great on the big screen, but to translate to the small screen a producer needs to tailor the format to the medium.

Consumers of video demand portability. They demand quality. And they want all these things without compromising the eternal elements of story and drama that have held our attention since we stopped drawing pictures on caves and started telling stories around the fire.

These consumer demands will test every producer in this new era of video production. We look forward to the test, because we believe the answers will come from looking at all the boxes -- and thinking outside them.

My Story

When struggling with a choice at a crossroads, sometimes a good curveball can make that decision much easier.

I was a good high school baseball player before I attended Stanford University in 1990. The Cardinal was a great baseball team. Still, I tried out for the squad that was the preseason #1 in the nation. Three days and many missed curveballs later, I needed a new career path.

Luckily, I already had one. While I was a good baseball player, I was a great student (Salutatorian, National Honor Society, blah, blah, blah). My two passions were sports and writing. When a teacher asked me in 11th grade what I wanted to do for a living, I figured I would combine by two passions. So, after walking out of Sunken Diamond at Stanford, I walked right into the student radio station. I didn't leave until I graduated.

Life is nothing more than the sum of one's experiences. My experiences have added up to quite a life. In college, I hung from the rafters while broadcasting at Husky Stadium at the University of Washington, barely able to hear my own thoughts. I saw Notre Dame fans cheer victorious Stanford players in the shadow of Touchdown Jesus. On my way up the broadcasting ladder, I saw the sun rise at the CNN Center while following a night shift with a morning edit of my resume tape. I chronicled high school football players of all colors being cheered in Jasper, TX on the same streets where racists dragged James Byrd a few years later. At the top of my profession, I caught a glimpse of Africa from the top of the Rock of Gibraltar. I witnessed John Elway finally climb his mountain while standing 3 yards from him on the Super Bowl sideline.

Along the way, I have picked up a few things that have enriched my life as well. I love to cook, found a taste for good wine, and developed a travel bug. There have also been a few rewards, like the 1997 San Diego Press Club Award for Best Sports Reporting, as well as the 1998 Golden Mike Award for Best Sports Reporting in Southern California.

You might think that a person would take life for granted after all that. Maybe those experiences would be become mundane. But when your passion is at stake, not only do you want more experiences like that, but you want to share them with others. That, simply put, is my job. Whether it is at a game, in a studio, or on an interview, I feel a passion to share stories with others, to let them experience what I have lived.

If I can convey to you just half the experience of the life I have led, you will be uniquely blessed.

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Our Projects

Speaking Engagments

Hosted kickoff event for Diablo Irons with Justin Timberlake

Hosting Power Players Business & Golf Leadership Symposium May 18-20, 2011

Hosting 7th Annual African American Golfers Hall of Fame Induction May 26-30, 2011

TV Hosting/Video Production

Anchoring flagship news program (Golf Central) and reporting from PGA TOUR for NBC Sports Group property.

Wrote and produced video presentation introducing the chapter and its launch to television viewers and fundraising stakeholders.

Conducted interviews and supervised field production for 4th Annual Disney Dreamers Academy

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