About FTVLive.com


FTVLive  is a TV News Insider website that has been around since 2000.

We spent over the first decade of our existence being a pay site. If wanted to read the site? You had to be a member (or a hacker) to gain access. 

On February 4, 2013 FTVLive came from out from behind a pay wall and is now offered up free to everyone. The sight continues to grow in web traffic each and every week. FTVLive has gotten thousands of followers on Social Media and the move to a free (sponsor supported) site has been a game changer.  

FTVLive has become a must read for anyone that works or wants to work in TV News. We tell it to you straight with an edge, along with some humor (well at least we find it humorous) and don't pander to TV executives like many of the other so called insider websites. 

The person behind FTVLive.com is Scott Jones or as Piers Morgan has called him the "mad blogger."

Jones spent 20+ years in the TV News trenches, before leaving TV for the online world. 

Scott's a former News Director, Executive Producer, Producer, Assignment Editor, Reporter and Photographer.

FTVLive.com is based just outside Jacksonville, Florida and has been quoted and mentioned in major newspapers, magazines, radio and TV news and entertainment shows and even books over the years.

FTVLive was the first media outlet in the World to break the Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, NBC story. 

FTVLive was also one of the first sites in the entire country to do Podcasts (before they were even called Podcasts) and has been ahead of the curve when it comes to using Internet technology.

Scott does all his work on Apple products. His desktop computer is a 27" iMac, a 24" iMac, his laptop is a MacBook Air and he uses the Apple iPad and iPad Mini to stay connected to the news. If your reading this Apple Gods, you can send us free stuff anytime. 

Scott's phone is an iPhone 5s.

For more info on what FTVLive.com does and its Founder read this article that was written about us (95% Accurate) 

You can email Scott at FTVLive at Gmail dot com