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Scott Jenkins

Scott Jenkins has contributed content for Endgame360 since 2019, with a focus on Sportscasting and Showbiz Cheat Sheet. Both build on his existing industry experience, since he’s been writing about sports since 2014 and covering the TV industry since 2006. He also occasionally contributes content to MotorBiscuit.

Scott centers most of his writing for Sportscasting on the MLB and NFL, both of which he follows closely. (He’s even got fantasy teams for both leagues each year.) He’s more than halfway toward his goal of seeing a baseball game at all 30 MLB stadiums, and also checked off a bucket list item by attending a Texans-Packers matchup at Lambeau Field in 2016. (It was even complete with snowfall during the game, which was the icing on the cake.)

As far as his Showbiz coverage goes, Scott has an insider view of the inner workings of TV, since his full-time job is working in the industry. He’s subscribed to several industry newsletters that give him the scoop on pilot pickups, renewals, cancellations, and the latest news for trending shows.

Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in atmospheric science from the University at Albany. See more from him on his personal portfolio.

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The Weeknd performs for the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, broadcast on May 23, 2021, at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California
Tips, Tricks & Trends

NASCAR Mechanics Helped The Weeknd Pull Off His 2021 Billboard Music Awards Performance

The Weeknd is one of the biggest stars in the music world — and in all of entertainment. His 2021 has included headlining the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the world’s biggest stage. Another recent high-profile performance involved a car-centric spectacle at the Billboard Music Awards. In fact, NASCAR mechanics helped The Weeknd pull off his …
The logo of the German carmaker Audi is seen on March 18, 2021 at their headquarters in Ingolstadt, southern Germany
Tips, Tricks & Trends

How Do You Pronounce Audi?

You're familiar with the Audi brand. The automaker has been around for more than 100 years, and the company's vehicles have been sold in America for the last 50 years. But how do you pronounce its name?
A staff cleans a BMW THE i3 car at the Beijing Auto Show in Beijing
Hybrids & Electrics

Unproved BMW i3 Problem Leads to Dropped Lawsuit

The BMW i3 is one of the more understated models for the German automaker, but it definitely has had some issues. One of those issues led to an almost lawsuit, but it didn't quite get there.
A dark-blue 2020 Lincoln Corsair luxury compact crossover SUV

The 2021 Lincoln Corsair Is a Surprise Runner-up on This List

When you’re considering luxury vehicles, Mercedes-Benz and BMW probably come to mind. You know their cars are high-end and probably worth buying. So when a vehicle from another brand tops a Benz or a Beemer, it must be a winner. Well, that’s where the 2021 Lincoln Corsair finds itself on a prestigious list of the …
A side-rear view of a dark-colored 2020 Kia Telluride midsize SUV driving into the sunset

How Many Miles Will a 2020 Kia Telluride Go on a Tank of Gas?

Before you buy a car, you want to know it isn’t a gas-guzzler that’ll cost you a fortune to fill up. If you use your vehicle for work or frequently take road trips, it’s important to know you’ll be able to travel far without having to make frequent fuel stops. If that describes you, the …
A maroon 2016 Hyundai Tucson travels on a highway lined by foliage

The 2016 Hyundai Tucson Has Just Enough Technology to Make It a Good Used Buy

Buying a new car isn’t in everybody’s budget, especially during these tough financial times. And buying a used car isn’t always a bad thing. They’re cheaper than new vehicles, and many models are built to last a long time. So buying a car that’s a few years old could be a good value for the …
The front of a black 2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class, showing various sensors and cameras

Why Mercedes-Benz Is Killing Off Some S-Class Models

The S-Class is the top-of-the-line class of vehicles for Mercedes-Benz, but it is getting some changes starting with the German automaker’s 2022 model year — and it’s going to mean fewer choices for consumers. The company has announced that 2021 will be the final model year for the S-Class coupe and cabriolet, or convertible, body styles. If you …