I’ve been a broadcaster and creator of content since I was 14, but there has never been a more exciting time for our industry. In digital and social media spaces we are able to break through the boundaries of over-the-air broadcast signals, and extend into markets that were previously unreachable. As the Senior Political Director for New Jersey 101.5, I help you understand the complicated world of New Jersey politics. With almost 30 years of covering the state's political scene, I offer insight and perspective and help you understand what it all means for you and your family. You can hear me on-air as I deliver the morning news broadcasts on the Bill Spadea show. I also produce and host our Town Hall series of programs that explore critical issues facing the residents of New Jersey. I am honored to have received three Edward R. Murrow awards for my broadcasts.
Eric Scott, Senior Political Director
Burger Fingers and Truffle Fries — Foodie Friday
Burger fingers are the perfect finger food for your next football party!
Super Sunday Air-Fryer Hot Wings — Foodie Friday
Eric Scott's hot and spicy Super Sunday wings with spicy bleu cheese dressing
The next big Murphy-Sweeney battle (Analysis)
Pension reforms and a tax hike on NJ's richest are at the heart of the latest feud between NJ's most powerful democrats
Cory Booker preparing to end presidential bid? Looks like it (Analysis)
All signs point to the New Jersey U.S. Senator announcing the end of his presidential bid.
French Onion Soup Recipe — Foodie Friday
Eric Scott shows you a fast and simple way to make a rich, delicious, classic French onion soup.
NJ will not change independent contractor laws — for now (Analysis)
Senate President Sweeney vows to try again.
Sweeney-Murphy showdown on pensions likely in 2020
With Sweeney and Murphy unlikely to agree on pension reforms, voters may be asked to decide
Slow Cooker Short Ribs Recipe — Foodie Friday
Eric Scott and his Lab Taster, Henry, show you how to make fall-off-the-bone beef short ribs.
Other than Trump, who will support Van Drew’s party switch?
Congressman Jeff Van Drew’s decision to switch parties may have less to do with political ideology and more to do with political reality and self-preservation.
NJ could nab 20 child predators every day if cops had resources
It's up to parents to be their children's first line of defense.