Scott Saloway

Narrative & Message Creation

Scott Saloway is an experienced creative communicator with a long history of building winning messages in print, broadcast and online. Scott has spent nearly 20 years working for some of the biggest names in media as an award-winning writer and producer.

Scott holds a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Boston University, a Master’s degree in community leadership from Duquesne University and a Master’s degree in applied organizational psychology from Colorado State University.

Core competencies include:

  • Narrative writing and editing
  • Message creation and management
  • Local and regional political issues
  • Identifying stakeholders and developing influencer strategies
  • Organizational and cultural assessments

A New Jersey native, Scott spent the early part of his career in Boston, writing and producing broadcasts for NPR member station WBUR. While there, he covered elections and numerous other important local issues. He also played a role in the station’s coverage of the 9/11 attacks.

From Boston, Scott moved to central Pennsylvania, where he reported on politics and local business issues for one of the region’s most powerful radio stations. After a brief stint in public relations in New Jersey, Scott worked in talk radio, managed a college radio station, and then landed at CBS, where he rose through the ranks to become a key player at CBS Radio News.

Scott’s work for CBS was heard by millions across the country. He was the lead fill-in producer for the World News Roundup, the nation’s longest-running network news show. Scott also wrote for CBS This Morning Saturday and the CBS Evening News weekend edition. ¬†One of Scott’s biggest accomplishments was producing CBS Radio’s election night broadcasts in 2008, 2010 and 2012. The 2008 broadcast was nominated for a Peabody award. Scott won an individual award from the Writer’s Guild in 2014.

Scott most recently worked in cable television, helping launch CNN’s New Day and re-launch Al Jazeera America’s morning show Your World This Morning. He was also part of MSNBC’s agenda-setting on-air graphics team.

Scott’s work has been cited by everyone from news viewers to the White House and has helped define how we think about many of the top stories we see and hear every day.