Alan Horton, radio voice for the Minnesota Timberwolves, shares advice on how to handle broadcasts when your team is enduring a tough season.
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Broadcasting during tough seasons for your team
Preparing for basketball play-by-play
Steve Cotton, play-by-play voice of Marshall University, shares a tip to help you prep for basketball broadcasts.
Breaking into TV play-by-play
ESPN3 Play-by-play broadcaster Darren Goldwater shares some tips for those looking to break into TV play-by-play.
Sportscasters: be prepared to make sacrifices
Dave Rothenberg, sports talk host at ESPN New York, advises young sportscasters to be ready to make sacrifices for your career.
How much homerism is acceptable?
Bob Behler, play-by-play voice of Boise State, weighs in on how much homerism is acceptable.
Gaining credibility as a female sportscaster
Freelance TV sportscaster Mary Jo Perino on why football is the toughest area for female sportscasters to gain credibility, and how to overcome that perception.
What to look for in a sportscasting mentor
Matt Perrault, GM and Afternoon Drive Host at ESPN New Hampshire, lists a few qualities you should look for in a sportscasting mentor.
Keeping a custom record book
Marshall University play-by-play voice Steve Cotton describes his process in updating his own Marshall Record Book.
The makings of a great PBP broadcaster
Bill Wanless, VP of Public Relations for the PawSox, on the skills and traits that make a great play-by-play broadcaster.
Networking tips for sportscasters
ESPN play-by-play broadcaster Joe Davis shares some tips for building good networking relationships.