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.
Kent Sterling, Program Director at 101 ESPN in St. Louis, advises sportscasters to begin building a personal brand.
Chicago Bulls announcer, Chuck Swirsky, advises young sports broadcasters to hold on to their unique perspective as a communicator.
University of Virginia voice Dave Koehn shares his career path to UVA and how following the advice of good mentors helped along the way.
Zach McCrite, 101 ESPN St. Louis sports talk host, on how to prepare for two person show, versus a solo show.
Wes Durham, radio voice of the Atlanta Falcons, offers networking advice for veteran and young broadcasters.
Dave Koehn, voice of the University of Virginia, advises young broadcasters to be willing to perform tasks not related to sportscasting in order earn on-air time. Diversify your skill set.