Jesse has seven years of diverse experience with a handful of the world's largest communication agencies. In 2008, he received George Mason University's prestigious award for "Excellence in Communication." Since he was 16, Jesse has written weekly columns and features for a print audience of 50,000+. He's also blogged for an audience of 5,000,000+ monthly visitors and has interviewed hundreds of high-profile figures (from Andre Agassi to the Goo Goo Dolls). Working for the world's largest broadcast journalism organization (the BBC) in...
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Jesse Scott is a freelance journalist based in Jaco, Costa Rica. He is the Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the JOM, LLC and EEEKonomy.com.
Feature Writing, Reviews, Opinion, Bylined Articles, Blogs, Entertainment, Humor, Press Releases, Media Lists, Pitch Letters, Speechwriting
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The JOM, LLC
Co-Founder, Director of Marketing and Public Relations
2009 - Present
As an Editor and daily contributor for EEEKonomy.com, organizes and produces hard-news and entertainment content. Heads all publicity and marketing operations for company's diverse products.
The Free Lance-Star
Columnist and Entertainment Correspondent
2003 - Present
Part-time assistant of two weekly publications: it! Magazine and MyLine (circ. 50,000/wk.). Helped sections gain national recognition as being in the top three small-circulation publications in the...
Edelman Public Relations
Corporate Communications Intern
2008 - 2008
Press material and media list development, media outreach, press conference and special event planning, constituency relations and new business research. Clients included United Way of America,...
British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC)
2007 - 2008
Attained and set-up high-profile guests in radio and television studios, monitored incoming video feeds and selected newsworthy items, edited radio and television packages, booked lines and fed...
Public Relations and Marketing Associate
2006 - 2007
Head of Baltimore-Washington street team. Organized and distributed promotional material to local performing arts venues, retail outlets, and print, radio and television media. Worked shows,...
George Mason University
2004 - 2007