Mitch Rosen Biography
Program Director of WSCR Radio ("The Score")
Mitch Rosen is the Program Director of WSCR Radio, better known as "The Score"; Chicago's top-rated sports talk station. In eight years with Mitch as the leader, CBS owned WSCR has seen continued ratings and revenue growth.
Mitch was born in Skokie, Illinois and graduated from Minnesota's Winona State University. In December 1988, he embarked on a radio career starting at WGN where he produced the late night radio show of the legendary "Chicago Eddie" Schwartz.
Mitch followed Schwartz to WLUP Radio in 1992. Two years later, Rosen was named General Manager of the Chicago Rockers of the Continental Basketball Association but he soon returned to his first love of radio and in 1997, he was placed in management at WKTU in New York. He came home to Chicago later that year as he was named Program Director at WMVP-AM.
After a successful run at WMVP, Mitch was named Program Director of the Score in 2005. Mitch has overseen the development of popular programs such as the "Mully and Hanley" morning program and the "McNeil and Spiegel Show." Under Mitch's leadership, WSCR acquired the broadcast rights for the Chicago White Sox and has consistently remained one of the nation's most popular sports talk stations and dominated its local rivals in the ratings.
Mitch lives in the south side neighborhood of Beverly with his wife, Mary, and their 12-year-old son Ben. In his spare time Mitch is involved in numerous charitable activities including serving on the board of directors of the American Diabetes Association.