Scott Fybush's work has ranged widely across the broadcast industry,
from radio and TV news to trade publications to broadcast engineering to
station brokerage. He began his career in 1991 at WCAP in Lowell, Mass.,
working in radio news there and later at Boston's WBZ. He was a TV
reporter in his native Rochester, N.Y. in the late 1990s at Time Warner
Cable's R News. Since 2004, he has been a program host and reporter at
WXXI public radio in Rochester.
Since 1994, Fybush has edited and published the weekly "NorthEast Radio
Watch," part of the fybush.com website that also includes Tower Site of
the Week, the Top of the Tower podcast and the annual Tower Site
Calendar, a fixture in the engineering community since 2002. He has also
written for Current, Radio World and Radio Guide, as well as serving as
editor of 100000watts.com and M Street Journal/Radio Journal.
Fybush has visited and documented the histories of literally thousands
of broadcast studio and transmitter facilities across the U.S., Canada,
Mexico, the Caribbean and Europe. That has led to a variety of
engineering and brokerage work, starting with extensive FCC filing and
brokerage during the AM translator windows of 2016 and 2017. He has
assisted stations across the country with signal improvement projects,
serves as contract chief engineer of pioneering Black-owned station WDKX
in Rochester, and assists buyers and sellers of radio stations as
principal of Fybush Media/StationSale.com.
Fybush resides in Rochester with his wife, two children, and Sadie the
Brittany dog, who does not enjoy radio.