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Scott Stanford, a six-time New York Emmy Award-winner for “On-Camera Achievement,” is PIX11’s weeknight sports anchor for the 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts and the host of Sunday Sports Rewind.

Stanford has also served as co-anchor of the PIX11 Morning News.

Before joining PIX11, he served as a sports anchor for WNBC, the fill-in host for The Crossover on NBCSN and the news anchor on WNBC’s COZI TV (formerly New York Nonstop.) Stanford is also an in-studio host for WWE.

Stanford has also worked in the New York market at WNYW Fox 5 and WWOR My9. Prior to joining My9, Stanford was the full-time afternoon sports anchor on WCBS Newsradio 880, where was twice awarded the “AIR Award,” which recognized him as the best radio sports anchor in New York City. He began his broadcast career at WFAS in Westchester County and WRKL in Rockland County.

Stanford has also been a play-by-play announcer for college basketball and arena football. In addition, he has been heard as an announcer and voice-over artist for many national television programs including The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the GQ Men of the Year Awards.

Stanford received a degree in Broadcasting and Communications from the State University of New York at Oswego. He lives in northern New Jersey with his wife and daughters.


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