Local Morning Edition host, Scott Hoke
Scott Hoke has been WFYI Public Radio's local Morning Edition
host since November, 2004. He also serves as an on-air host for many of 90.1 FM and WFYI Public Television's local program specials.
In addition to his work at WFYI Public Media, Hoke hosts the popular Mecum Collector Car Auctions on Discovery Channel and HD Theater. He serves as the host for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's summer concert series, Symphony on the Prairie. Hoke is also a member of the Public Address crew for the Indy 500, Brickyard 400, and Red Bull MotoGP events at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And, he's the chief audio engineer at Mt. Pleasant Christian Church in Greenwood, IN.
For more than 25 years, Hoke has been in demand as a voice over artist, video spokesman and emcee. His list of clients includes the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, NCAA, ESPN, CBS Sports, Firestone, Dow AgroSciences, Rolls-Royce Allison, The U.S. Department of Energy, The Hal Leonard Corporation, The Christel DeHaan Foundation, The Indianapolis Indians, Beck's Hybrid Seeds, and more.
Before coming to WFYI, Hoke was the Indiana Pacers' TV host for six years on FOX Sports Indiana and WB4. He also served for eight years as a sports anchor and reporter for WRTV-6 (ABC).
Hoke holds a bachelor's degree in Radio/TV from Butler University. It was as a student at Butler that he got his start in public radio at the university's former NPR station, WAJC. Hoke is an avid musician and also enjoys photography, cycling and fishing. He, and his wife Kelly, and their four children, live in Hendricks County.