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columnist , Radio personality , Television personality , writer , film producer

Mark Scott Joseph, Japanese record and film producer, television personality, radio personality, writer, columnist. Member National Academy Recording Arts & Sciences, Japan-American Society, BMI (songwriters), Bully Pulpit Books Series (founder).

Background

Joseph, Mark Scott was born on January 27, 1968 in Tokyo. Came to the United States, 1986. Son of Kenneth Phillip and Lila May (Finsaas) Joseph.

Education

Bachelor, Biola University, La Mirada, California, 1990.

Career

Columnist Epata Magazine, Japan, 1982-1989. President Pacific Promotions, Tokyo/Los Angeles, 1988-1991. Reporter FM Yokohama, 1990-1993.

President MJM Entertainment Group, Los Angeles, since 1991. Anchor Group W Cable News Network, 1992-1994. Reporter FM Tokyo, Tokyo/Los Angeles, 1993—2003.

Talk show host Nippon Hōsō Kyōkai television, 1994—1999. Adjunct professor Biola University, since 1995. Consultant Walden Media, 2000-2005, Crusader Entertainment, 2005.

Founding board directors Damah Film Festival.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Rock & Roll Rebellion, 1999, Faith, God and Rock 'n' Roll, 2003. Contributing editor RQ magazine, since 1998. Producer (album) The Passion of the Christ Songs, 2004.

      Web blogger Huffington Post. Editor: Pop Goes Religion. Producer: (short film) The Bridge, Cupid.

      Columnist Foxnews.com, since 2006.

Membership

Member National Academy Recording Arts & Sciences, Japan-American Society, BMI (songwriters), Bully Pulpit Books Series (founder).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Basketball, reading, politics, religion.

Connections

father:
Kenneth Phillip Joseph

mother:
Lila May (Finsaas) Joseph