Andy Masur shares how it feels to be let go from a sportscasting job you love and how to stay positive through the experience.
ESPN3 broadcaster Darren Goldwater says the best thing you can do in networking is to be yourself.
ESPN Regional play-by-play broadcaster Ed Cohen shares how he manages a full-time career in sportscasting through multiple part-time jobs.
The key to being entertaining on sports talk radio? Matt Perrault says it’s to be a constant student of your audience.
Christian Bruey, Anchor/Reporter at WFTV, shares how dedication and hard work paid off in a surprise opportunity.
Robby Incmikoski, reporter at Root Sports, shares how and why he moved from radio play-by-play to TV sports broadcasting.
How do you get back on air after you’ve been let go from a job? Andy Masur, former San Diego Padres broadcaster, shares how he put his network into action to get back to broadcasting ASAP.
How can you stand out in the competitive sports talk radio field? Mark Wilson says it’s all about working at your craft.
How will a sense of history will benefit your broadcasts? Bob Rathbun, voice of the Atlanta Hawks shares.
Aaron Goldsmith, radio voice of the Seattle Mariners, on what he listens for during baseball play-by-play self critiques.