Craig Hoffman is an EMMY award winning broadcaster who first came to Louisville as an anchor and reporter for WAVE-TV (NBC). He is now the General Manager and on-air talent for WMYO-YV AND WKYI-TV. Hoffman previously served as the Director of Station Operations and on-air-talent for WBKI-TV, The CW. He created and hosted the popular Louisville LIVE This Morning Show. In 2001, while at WAVE-TV (NBC), Hoffman approached Douglass with the idea of putting together a locally produced racing show which talks about all levels of the sport. In 2002, Kentuckiana Motorsports was born! It remains the longest running weekly sports show on Louisville! Kentuckiana Motorsports is one of the few locally produced half-hour television racing shows in the country. Prior to his arrival in Louisville, Hoffman worked at television stations in Charlotte and New Bern, North Carolina, as well as Chattanooga, Tennessee. He has created nearly a half dozen different television shows and served as executive producer of more than one thousand local shows and specials while living in Louisville. Most of which he also hosted. Hoffman grew up in the heart of NASCAR Country in North Carolina.
Scott Douglass is a veteran radio and television personality and is known as the worldwide voice of Monster Jam. He joined Hoffman on Kentuckiana Motorsports in 2002 and has a home and family in the Louisville Metro area. When he is not traveling with Monster Jam and providing racing commentary on Kentuckiana Motorsports, you will find Douglass at local tracks and spending time with his family. He is a former track announcer at both Iowa and Kentucky Speedways, and is the former General Manager of the old Louisville Motor Speedway. Douglass has worked on a variety of national racing shows including both the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt and Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. Over the years Douglass has been an on air personality on several Louisville radio stations and provided play-by-play action for Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, Kentucky. Douglass is a 2020 inductee of the new Monster Jam Hall of Fame.
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