Bruce Gilbert, Senior VP of Sports Operations at Clear Channel, offers advice on negotiating incentives and contracts for sports broadcasting.
Chuck Swirsky, voice of the Chicago Bulls, shares some of the keys to better play-by-play description that he learned from his mentors.
Adam Amin, ESPN Play-by-play Announcer, believes that having a variety of sports play-by-play samples on your demo is important for college students.
Bob Behler, the play-by-play voice of Boise State, shares some tips for working with analysts inexperienced in broadcasting.
Play-by-play announcer and sports talk host John Rooke makes some suggestions on what to include when writing a cover letter for a freelance job.
Tim Neverett, play-by-play broadcaster for the Pittsburgh Pirates, says the best way to fill time on a minor league baseball broadcast is to spend time with players.
San Diego Padres broadcaster Andy Masur advises college students to go after jobs that will get them valuable on-air time, and to always network.
Darren Smith, PM drive host at XX 1090 in San Diego, shares how you can build relationships of trust with players and coaches.
ESPN play-by-play announcer Joe Davis shares how he began setting up his sportscasting career for early success. A few keys are to begin long before you graduate college, and to always be creating new industry contacts.
Kent Sterling, Program Director at 101 ESPN in St. Louis, advises sportscasters to begin building a personal brand.