Kent Sterling, former Program Director at 101 ESPN in St. Louis, advises sports talk hosts not to shoot for the middle.
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Handling questionable ref calls on-air
Darren Goldwater, lead TV announcer for the Southern Conference on ESPN3, on the best way to handle questionable referee calls during radio or TV broadcasts.
How to accelerate your sports broadcasting development
John Rooke, play-by-play broadcaster and sports talk host, says that practicing the discipline of writing is one of the ways you can accelerate your sportscasting development.
Job market mistakes
Bill Wanless, VP of Public Relations for the PawSox, shares a job market mistake to avoid when applying for sportscasting openings.
Keys to creating a good first impression for networking
ESPN play-by-play broadcaster Adam Amin shares his keys for creating a good first impression when networking.
Advice for young sports broadcasters
Bob Behler, the voice of Boise State, shares his best advice for those at the beginning of their sports broadcasting career.
Sportscasting with an analyst versus solo
ESPN play-by-play broadcaster Joe Davis shares how he prepares for a game with his analyst, and the differences between working with an analyst versus working solo.
Finding background info for baseball broadcasts
San Diego Padres play-by-play broadcaster Andy Masur shares tips for finding background info to use during baseball broadcasts.
Career path to becoming an ESPN sports anchor
Marc Kestecher, ESPN Radio host and sports update anchor, shares his career path and advice for anyone looking for a career as a sports anchor on a major sports radio network.
Do you need an agent to succeed?
Play-by-play broadcaster and sports talk host John Rooke discusses the pro’s and con’s of having an agent as a freelance sportscaster.