ESPN play-by-play announcer, Joe Davis, outlines what his preparation schedule looks like in the week leading up to a football broadcast. This is the second in a two-part series on preparing for football play-by-play, view part one here.
ESPN play-by-play announcer, Joe Davis, demonstrates his football PBP spotting chart, game notes, and explains how he keeps track of story lines for each college game he broadcasts.
Pittsburgh Pirates radio and TV play-by-play broadcaster, Tim Neverett, discusses which is the better route to a major league job: through the minors or a network studio job.
CBS Radio Dallas VP of News/Talk/Sports, Bruce Gilbert, advises hosts on how to make their sports topics relatable to a larger audience and how social media can help.
In this episode of SCP, Clippers broadcaster Brian Sieman evaluates getting to The League via the NBA D-League, WNBA, colleges and studio host roles. He also shares his thoughts on the play-by-play traits that distinguish NBA broadcasters.
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University of Virginia voice Dave Koehn shares his career path to UVA and how following the advice of good mentors helped along the way.
Marc Kestecher, ESPN radio host and anchor, outlines how he tackles having enough scripts and rewrites to cover an anchor shift, and the necessity of ad-libbing.
Darren Smith, PM drive host at XX 1090 in San Diego, on how sports talk hosts can build credibility with athletes, coaches, and team executives.
Atlanta Falcons voice, Wes Durham, explains why preparing for a broadcast is like taking an open book test.
STAA member Russ Langer is the veteran play-by-play voice of Triple-A baseball’s Las Vegas 51s.
In this episode of SCP, Russ shares some secrets for how to get maximum value in a contract negotiation.