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Mercer LLC

1 & 0 > 1166 Avenue of the Americas

New York, New York 10036

United States

Company Description

Mercer is a global consulting leader in talent, health, retirement and investments. Mercer helps clients around the world advance the health, wealth and careers of their most vital asset - their people. Mercer's more than 20,000 employees are based in 43 ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Sports Director

WRMJ Inc

Partner

Carpentier Mitchell Goddard & Company LLC

Affiliations

Board Member
Knox Co

Education

B.S.

Accountancy

University of Illinois

Bachelor of Science Degree

Mass Communications

Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville

Web References (189 Total References)


WRMJ.COM » Staff

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Jim Taylor

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Jim Taylor has served as News and Sports Director at WRMJ since September of 1990. He is the voice of "Western Illinois Today News" at 7 a.m. and Noon. Jim also hosts "The WRMJ Sportsline" every Saturday morning at 9:05 during the school year. The show includes interviews with local coaches and special feature interviews pertaining to High School Athletics.
In addition, Jim is the primary voice of basketball, baseball, and softball broadcasts at WRMJ. He was inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association's Hall of Fame in the Media Category in April of 2007 and received the 2008 Friends of Athletics state award from the Illinois Athletic Directors Association.
Jim is one of just a few broadcasters who have received the Illinois Broadcaster Association's prestigious Silver Dome Award for both news and sports coverage. He won the state's highest broadcasting honor for his play-by-play work in both 2002 and 2007 and for anchoring and producing "Western Illinois Today News" in 2004, 2006 and again in 2009.
The IBA also presented Jim with a Silver Dome Award in 2005 and 2008 for "Sportsline," and the "High School Sports Spotlight," a program that features interviews with local student athletes. He also won the IBA's "Best Sportscaster Award" in 2009, 2010, and again in 2011. In addition in 2010, he claimed another IBA award for the state's "Best News Reporter" and in 2011 he won an IBA "Community Service Award" for his work with the Brandon Ballard Foundation.
His work with Mercer County Crime Stoppers also resulted in WRMJ receiving the Illinois Crime Stoppers Media Organization of the Year Award in 2004. Jim has also won honors from the Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois Mother's Against Drunk Driving, receiving the Illinois Friend of MADD Award in 2000 for his media coverage.
Jim met his wife while broadcasting a high school basketball game. The couple resides in Mercer County with their four children-Ty, Tess, Tatum, and Teagan.
Jim is also a contributing writer for the Quad City Times. He has also been hired by the IHSA Internet Network, where he has called the state football, volleyball, softball and basketball championships and the state track finals.
In addition, Jim works for the Illinois Farm Bureau Radio Network and is also a regular contributor for the Illinois Radio Network.


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WRMJ News/Sports Director Jim Taylor won reserve champion honors at tonight's Rock Island County Fair's Celebrity Showmanship Contest. Taylor worked with Rock Island County 4Her Grace Mercer of Port Byron and her Yorkshire hog. In the process, Taylor also earned $300 for the Bryant J. Luxmore Memorial Fund.


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WRMJ's Jim Taylor with Illinois Farm Bureau Radio Network colleagues Rita Frazer and Alan Jarand.

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WRMJ's Jim Taylor with Illinois Farm Bureau Radio Network colleagues Rita Frazer and Alan Jarand.
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WRMJ News/Sports Director Jim Taylor spoke with Illinois Farm Bureau Radio Network's Rita Frazer on her RFD Today Thanksgiving morning program.
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JIM TAYLOR ON RFD TODAY


WRMJ.COM » Staff

wrmj.com [cached]

Jim Taylor

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Jim Taylor has served as News and Sports Director at WRMJ since September of 1990. He is the voice of "Western Illinois Today News" at 7 am and Noon. Jim also hosts "The WRMJ Sportsline" every Saturday morning at 9:05 during the school year. The show includes interviews with local coaches and special feature interviews pertaining to High School Athletics.
In addition, Jim is the primary voice of basketball, baseball, and softball broadcasts at WRMJ. He was inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association's Hall of Fame in the Media Category in April of 2007 and received the 2008 Friends of Athletics state award from the Illinois Athletic Directors Association.
Jim is one of just a few broadcasters that has received the Illinois Broadcaster Association's prestigious Silver Dome Award for both news and sports coverage. He won the state's highest broadcasting honor for his play-by-play work in both 2002 and 2007 and for anchoring and producing "Western Illinois Today News" in 2004, 2006 and again in 2009.
The IBA also presented Jim with a Silver Dome Award in 2008 and 2005 for "Sportsline," and the "High School Sports Spotlight," a program that features interviews with local student athletes. He also won the IBA's "Best Sportscaster Award" in 2009, 2010, and again in 2011. In addition in 2010, he claimed another IBA award for the state's "Best News Reporter" and in 2011 he won an IBA "Community Service Award" for his work with the Brandon Ballard Foundation.
His work with Mercer County Crime Stoppers also resulted in WRMJ receiving the Illinois Crime Stoppers Media Organization of the Year Award in 2004. Jim has also won honors from the Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois Mother's Against Drunk Driving, receiving the Illinois Friend of MADD Award in 2000 for his media coverage.
Jim met his wife while broadcasting a high school basketball game. The couple resides in Mercer County with their four children-Ty, Tess, Tatum, and Teagan.
Jim is also a contributing writer for the Quad City Times. He has also been hired by the IHSA Internet Network, where he has called the state football, volleyball, softball and basketball championships and the state track finals.
In addition, Jim works for the Illinois Farm Bureau Radio Network and is also a regular contributor for the Illinois Radio Network.


WRMJ.com | Staff

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Jim Taylor

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Jim Taylor
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Jim Taylor has served as News and Sports Director at WRMJ since September of 1990. He is the voice of "Western Illinois Today News" at 7 am and Noon. Jim also hosts "The WRMJ Sportsline" every Saturday morning at 9:05 during the school year. The show includes interviews with local coaches and special feature interviews pertaining to High School Athletics.
In addition, Jim is the primary voice of basketball, baseball, and softball broadcasts at WRMJ. He was inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association's Hall of Fame in the Media Category in April of 2007 and received the 2008 Friends of Athletics state award from the Illinois Athletic Directors Association.
Jim is one of just a few broadcasters that has received the Illinois Broadcaster Association's prestigious Silver Dome Award for both news and sports coverage. He won the state's highest broadcasting honor for his play-by-play work in both 2002 and 2007 and for anchoring and producing "Western Illinois Today News" in 2004, 2006 and again in 2009.
The IBA also presented Jim with a Silver Dome Award in 2008 and 2005 for "Sportsline," and the "High School Sports Spotlight", a program that features interviews with local student athletes. He also won the IBA's "Best Sportscaster Award" in 2009 and again in 2010. In addition in 2010, he claimed another IBA award for the state's "Best News Reporter".
His work with Mercer County Crime Stoppers also resulted in WRMJ receiving the Illinois Crime Stoppers Media Organization of the Year Award in 2004. Jim has also won honors from the Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois Mother's Against Drunk Driving, receiving the Illinois Friend of MADD Award in 2000 for his media coverage.
Jim met his wife while broadcasting a high school basketball game. The couple resides in Mercer County with their four children --Ty, Tess, Tatum, and Teagan.
Jim is also a contributing writer for the Quad City Times. He has also been hired by the IHSA Internet Network where he has called the state football, volleyball, softball and basketball championships and the state track finals.
In addition, Jim is also a regular contributor for the Illinois Radio Network, RFD Illinois and WOC radio in Davenport, where he has won both a newscast and play-by-play award from the Iowa News Broadcasters Association.

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