Interview: Andy Masur, San Diego Padres

San Diego Padres Play-by-Play Broadcaster Andy Masur discusses the challenges he faced several years ago of joining an established broadcast team. He also shares advice on weaving stories into your baseball play-by-play and offers tips to up and coming sportscasters.

(Note: Andy is no longer with the Padres. Watch our follow up interview with Andy on what to do after you lose a sportscasting job you love.)


Interview: John Rooke, Freelance Sportscaster

From Boston College to Providence College to ESPN Radio and now to NBC Sports Radio, John Rooke has made a great as a freelance sportscaster. In this exclusive interview, Rooke offers insight on the advantages and disadvantages to life as a freelancer, plus practical advice for those who want to build a successful freelance career.


Interview: Joe Davis, ESPN

One of the fast-risers in the TV sportscasting industry is ESPN play-by-play voice Joe Davis, a 2010 graduate of Beloit College in Wisconsin. In this STAA interview, Joe shares how he achieved his rapid rise to ESPN, tips on working with and without a color commentator, and advice for young broadcasters on how to network for a successful career. (Note: Joe Davis is now with CBS)