Jim "Biff"' Burns  Biography


Jim joined WNDB-AM 1150 in Daytona Beach in 1975 as an afternoon newscaster, sports reporter and street reporter. Jim would have a second stint at WNDB.  Jim worked at WRMF-AM 1050, in Melbourne, from 1976 until 1980 as their News Director. Jim worked with Lou Josephs who doubled as morning disc jockey and program director. Lou was also an aerospace reporter. Jim and Lou broadcast many launches together form their studios not far from the Kennedy Space Center. Jim left WRMF for WSBB-AM 1230 in New Smyrna Beach and then on to Detroit and then back to Florida. Off again, this time to Washington, D.C. where Jim became the Press Secretary to Congressman Mac Collins (R-Georgia). Jim was also a congressional correspondent for UPI and CNSNews.com for several years before getting out of the business. Jim is a frequent contributor to this website. 

12-21-11 Jim "Biff" Burns;  "I have been working at U.S. Department of Homeland Security in public affairs at the Customs and Border Protection division in Washington , D.C. for the last few years. My official title is public affairs officer..." 


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