Jason's love for radio and broadcasting began at a very young age. Often, as a child, you would find him glued to the radio for hours on end. Right out of high school, Jason began working as a board operator at a local radio station in Billings, Montana, specializing in retrieving coffee for the real DJs. Jason quickly found himself behind the microphone with his very own show. One thing led to another, and his passion for broadcasting took him into the television industry, where he worked as a meteorologist for quite a few years. You’ll generally find Jason breaking clays outside of work at the local trap shooting club, hunting, or skiing.
Take A Look, Measurable Snow This Weekend In Montana
If you haven't had enough winter weather, another weather system will impact Montana this weekend.
Initiative To Make Montana’s Heritage An Official State Sport
Join the effort to designate rodeo as Montana's official sport, showcasing its historical and cultural importance.
What You Need To Know About Open Burn Season In Montana
As March 1 approaches, Montanans gear up for the start of open burning season.
The Best Beers In Montana Have Been Announced
The inaugural Montana Beer Awards has concluded, revealing the recipients of gold, silver, and bronze medals across 19 categories.
Enroll Now For Free Hunter Education Courses In Central Montana
Aspiring hunters can now enroll in an in-person Hunter Education classroom course in Great Falls.
New Cryptocurrency Scams Targeting Montana Businesses
The Montana Department of Justice’s Office of Consumer Protection has issued a warning to Montanans regarding a concerning cryptocurrency scam.
A Popular Figure In Montana Turns 80 This Year
America's longest-running and most successful advertising campaign, Smokey Bear, will soon turn 80 years old!
Did You Score One Of Montana’s Greatest Float Permits?
If you've applied for a Smith River Permit, the moment you've been waiting for has arrived!
Actively Pursuing The Dream One Day At A Time
I did something that got me closer to checking off an item on my bucket list, and it's too cool not to share.
No More Waiting In Line At The DMV In Montana
Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen announced that the Montana Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) has served over 75,000 customers since launching the new driver services system in November.