Jeff Brown is a 30 year veteran of the Broadcast industry, having been employed as an on air disc jockey, a radio station Program Director, and a network Vice President before moving to New England’s News Leader, WBZ News Radio 1030 AM.
After graduating from UMass Amherst in 1988 with a degree in Communications and Economics, Jeff became an air talent and Program Director at Haverhill’s WLYT-FM.
He spent the bulk of his career in management at Westwood One’s Metro Traffic Control, as Vice President of Operations, providing traffic and news reports to radio and television stations across the country, including WBZ.
Jeff moved to WBZ in the spring of 2012 and has been heard anchoring and reporting news and sports stories until his current move to afternoon News Anchor and New England Business Reporter.
“Radio has been a passion of mine since I was 6 years old. I am both excited and humbled to continue the great tradition of reporting on the region’s Business stories on WBZ in the coming years.”
Jeff lives on the North Shore with his wife and two daughters.
One farming sector is safe from the state wide drought that has taken its toll on traditional farming.
Much of the state is in moderate to severe drought, lawns have gone brown and farmers are desperate to see it pour.
As the dust settles on Unilever’s billion dollar buyout of Dollar Shave Club, an analyst thinks Gillette may have been left in the dust.
For a company that was essentially off the radar screen until the past couple of years, iZotope is now getting a lot of attention from Hollywood and venture capitalists.
A new survey found the couple and both sets of parents are helping to pay for weddings.
Con artists are contacting cardholders under the guise of wanting to help.
Franklin Robotics says ‘Tertill’ is the answer to your weeding problem and it never takes a day off.
Money talks, but can it motivate your boss? WBZ business reporter Jeff Brown finds the power of dollar bills are limited in the workplace.
Laser beams aimed at airline pilots. The FAA says it happens on average twice per day in the United States.
It was once the number one retailer in the world. Now analysts think Sears is closer to the end.