Scott Geyer

Scott Geyer is one of the founders of live sports broadcasting in the state of Arizona. The San Francisco Bay Area native moved to Arizona in 1980 after graduating from San Diego State University. He joined American Cable TV in Phoenix as a part of the Arizona Sports Programming Network (ASPN), which covered local high school, college, professional and Spring Training events. He worked as a technician and director on both local and national broadcasts. 

In 1988, Scott joined the Phoenix Suns as producer and director of their television package, working with fellow Silver Circle member Al McCoy. The Suns went to the playoffs 9 consecutive seasons, including the 1993 NBA Finals. He also managed the production and post-production divisions of the US Airways Center (now Talking Stick Resort Arena). 

In 1997, after spending two years advising the Arizona Diamondbacks organization on the media needs for Bank One Ballpark (now Chase Field), Geyer left the hardwood for the diamond. He has been with the team for 22 years. From the inaugural season in 1998 through 2007, he directed the multi-award wining Diamondbacks broadcasts. He was at the helm for the team’s pennant clincher in 1999, Randy Johnson’s Perfect Game and the magical 2001 season. He also served as the Vice President of Broadcasting, overseeing all TV and Radio broadcasts in addition to Chase Field’s audio/video and scoreboard systems. 

Geyer lives in Phoenix with his wife Lisa. They have two sons, Adam and Travis.  

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