Play-by-play broadcaster and sports talk host John Rooke talks about the anxiety that comes with full-time freelancing, and how to deal with it.
Bob Rathbun, TV voice of the Atlanta Hawks, shares the story of how he first got into sports radio at the age of 12.
Adam Amin, ESPN play-by-play announcer, on the importance of adding multimedia skills to your career toolkit.
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.
Bob Behler, the voice of Boise State, shares his best advice for those at the beginning of their sports broadcasting career.
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.
Kent Sterling, former Program Director at 101 ESPN in St. Louis, with advice for growing your personal sportscasting brand.
Chicago Bulls play-by-play announcer Chuck Swirksy shares his strategy for longevity once you reach a high level sports broadcasting job.
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.
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.