Are you curious about sports broadcasting? Have you ever wondered how it all works? Here are a few things to know about what goes into the sports broadcasting job and why it’s such an exhilarating industry.
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If you want to learn about the ins and outs of sports broadcasting, including how stories develop, how to pitch ideas, and how to create a successful show yourself, this is the class for you. This informative class will give you a deeper understanding of sports broadcasting and give you a chance to network and make some valuable contacts in this industry.
What goes into creating sports broadcasting shows – from pitch meetings and scripts for content creation to planning live events and covering major games – we’ll explain the process involved in putting together news packages and shows that actually air. Learn what it takes to hear your voice on ESPN or other networks.
A deeper understanding of the steps involved in creating a show, including pitching, writing, and on-air presentation.
Examples of sports broadcasting scripts and discussions on creating an environment where people can express creativity without being limited by boundaries.
You understand what goes into the pitching process for ideas for shows (and how to craft your pitches appropriately).
Why attending a college or university with solid sports credentials helps land a job in this field, and information about possible internships with sports broadcasting companies. Sports broadcasting organizations and national networks that allow students and graduates to work as interns while they are in school or after graduation.
The role of networking in today’s job market includes approaching and networking with potential employers.
Information on internship opportunities with the three major news networks, Sports Channel, ESPN, and Fox Sports Net (FS1).
Certifications and education requirements for entry-level jobs in sports broadcasting. What classes are required to join a particular network’s production teams? Also, what is needed for producers and editors in sports broadcasting to seek higher-level positions?
Sports broadcasting institutions and organizations. Who are the major players in the industry, and what role do they take in preparing students for the job market?
Information on sports programs (news and information), talk shows, sports talk shows, postgame shows, and highlight shows. What is a “full-time” producer versus an “intern”? How much time can an intern spend working on a play during the school year? List of TV networks that offer internships.