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Top 30 US Cities for Sports TV Jobs

Want to work in Sports TV? Find the best places to live to pursue your dream job. The Editors at SportsTVJobs.com have compiled research on the Top 30 Sports TV Cities and scored each city by opportunity. top cities for sports tv jobsThe "Sports TV Job Opportunity Score" weighs a city's potential for Sports TV jobs based on how many Local TV Stations...

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A Day in the Life of a Sports TV Producer

My job description as a Sports TV Producer was straightforward - condense all the drama and action of the sports day into 30 easily digestible minutes. My goal was a little bigger.  I wanted my shows to be a conversation starter, debate causer or bar room argument initiator...


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Q&A with Sportscaster Angie Mentink

After an All-American career as a softball player at the University of Washington and being an original member of the Colorado Silver Bullets women's professional baseball team, Angie Mentink had already led an envious life. But it's her post-playing career job as a Sportscaster...
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Q&A with Bob Lorenz

Bob Lorenz, Lead Sportscaster of the YES Network provides can't miss advice for aspiring Sportscasters, "A baseball player is better if he takes 500 swings instead of 50,bob lorenz yes network lead sportscaster and 5,000 instead of 500. The same is true of On-Air work. You might start out feeling like your head is swirling, looking into a camera, trying to speak...

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Become a Sportscaster

A Sportscaster (Anchor) is the face of the Sportscast. The good Sportscasters are articulate, have great hair, and look good on camera. The great Sportscasters are true journalists who enjoy writing, are passionate about their subject matter and are prepared for anything. Almost every Sportscaster starts their career in a small market...
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Q&A With Director Patrick Brown

After 22 years working in television Pat Brown has no doubt he has chosen the right career path. “I still delight in the daily surprises of live TV” he says, “I simply couldn’t imagine doing anything else”. As the senior director at Fox Sports Northwest, Brown is the technical leader for studio production and is the hiring manager...

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Become an Audio Engineer

An Audio Engineer is the person responsible for all sound-related aspects of a broadcast. An Audio Engineer must be knowledgeable about using an audio board, setting proper audio levels, establishing the IFB (the anchor's earpiece for directions from the control room), working with microphones and mixing music beds...
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Q&A with TV Executive Sandy Malcolm

After 15 years of hiring television production staff Sandy Malcolm knows what she is looking for in an employee. “I look for people who aren't afraid to roll up their sleeves and work. I want smart, capable people who can make decisions in the absence of detailed instructions. They need to show that...
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