This session includes radio and television sections. In the radio section Jon covers football PBP, basketball PBP, and sports talk. In the TV section we cover sports reporting and anchoring.
Fewer things are more frustrating than not receiving replies to your emails to employers. These suggestions and techniques will maximize the likelihood that your emails will be read and replied to.
You’ll be reminded about the key fundamentals to great baseball broadcasting, and learn advanced techniques for setting yourself apart in one of the most competitive genres of sports broadcasting. You’ll also hear samples demonstrating how to best execute these techniques.
Learn the techniques of network-caliber sports update anchoring. If you do these things well, it will give you a tremendous advantage over broadcasters with more experience. You’ll also hear samples demonstrating how to best execute these techniques.
Employers’ hiring decisions are influenced by countless factors that are beyond your control. However, there are five variables in the job market that ARE within your control. Assuming you have the experience and ability to handle the jobs for which you are applying, if you are not hearing back from employers, you are probably dropping the ball in at least one of these five areas. In Friday’s chat, we’ll examine them one at a time.
We’ll share with you more than one dozen tips from directors of broadcasting with Major League Baseball and NFL teams that have made hires in recent seasons. Learn what they have told STAA about what impressed them and what turned them off about how sportscasters approached the application process for these elite jobs.
While you can land a sportscasting job anywhere, your value is highest in your local market. In the first part of the chat, you’ll learn how to land local sportscasting jobs, including sports talk show hosting, reporting, update anchoring and play-by-play.
We share the dos and don’ts of an effective sportscasting resume. We will also tell you how to choose references to enhance, not sabotage, your application.
Learn how to supercharge the entertainment value of your sports talk show. Giving your listeners something they can’t hear anywhere else is the key to your success. We’ll give you ideas for how to do it.