Getting a job won’t be an easy task. Being well rounded and knowing how to present yourself is sure to impress an employer. Possessing seven vital skills will lead you to instant success. Click this link to find out what those seven steps are!
Jobs in sports broadcasting are only on the rise. Many networks are now trying to mimic ESPN and want to have multiple sports talk shows. For example, the Pac-12 Network was recently launched and NBC is expanding to a Sports Network.
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The person on the screen below is very credible. Brian Clapp worked at CNN/Sports illustrated in various production roles including as a writer, editor and producer. After that his career took him to Seattle as the Coordinating Producer/News Director at Fox Sports Northwest. He then started SportsTVJobs.com three years ago.
Being a sports broadcaster is your dream job? Well, it’s also 10 million others’ dream jobs. The competition is stiff. Many sports analysts these days are retired professional athletes. In recent years more and more sideline reporters are females. Sports Broadcasting is now a new and unique opportunity for women. Do the names Erin Andrews or Suzy Colber ring any bells? They’re two great female sports broadcasters with a high intelligence and passion for sports. That’s why you have to find your niche. What can you do that no one else can?
Former ESPN anchor Dan Patrick who now has his own show “The Dan Patrick Show” and Co-hosts NBC’s Football Night in America is a very wise man. His advice on getting a Sports Broadcasting job is:
“Writing is essential. We write everything we say, so you have to learn how to express yourself creatively and intelligently and knowledgeably on a tight deadline.”