Scott Seidenberg began his radio career as an intern at ESPN Radio in New York City. Over the course of 5 years, Scott transitioned from a Board Operator to an Associate Producer to an Executive Producer & On Air Contributor. His highlights include producing for talent such as Stephen A Smith, Michael Kay, Don LaGreca, Brandon Tierney, Max Kellerman & the legendary Warner Wolf. Prior to leaving ESPN, Scott produced and co-hosted Maxed Out in the Morning with Jared Max, and saw the show reach the #1 rating in the 5am time slot.
Seidenberg left ESPN in August of 2012 for the brand new NBC Sports Radio Network. There he would serve as an Executive Producer and Update Anchor. It did not take long for Scott’s talents to shine through as within 2 years he was hosting weekend shows and eventually took reigns of the weekday overnight hours. "Overtime with Scott Seidenberg” aired Monday-Friday at 1am Eastern for 3 years until NBC Sports Radio re-branded in January of 2019. Currently, Scott remains as an Update Anchor for the network.
In addition to ESPN & NBC, Seidenberg had stints with MLB Advanced Media, hosting a show on the MLB At Bat App, and CBS Sports, where he served as a Production Assistant on The NFL Today & The Road to the Final Four.
In the summer of 2016, Scott hosted a successful YouTube series, The Youth Baller Network.
His video work continued in 2018 with a Sports-Gambling inspired web series, The Sharp Edge.
Currently, Scott hosts a trio of Podcasts. The Sharp Edge Sports Gambling Podcast alongside Handicapper Brandon Lang. Rush The Field College Football Podcast with veteran Coach/Scout Chris Landry, and The Pro Football Film Room Podcast, also with Landry.
A native New Yorker, Seidenberg currently resides in New Jersey.