A career in sports broadcasting isn't easy, but knowing your work will be seen by millions of viewers is incredibly rewarding. And what other job requires that you watch sports while you work?
There are three main career paths in the sports television world: On Camera, Content Production, and Technical Production. All three can take place in a studio or at remote sites covering live events. Most people gravitate towards either remote or studio production, but many change from one to the other at some point of their career.
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If you are a Journalist at heart, love to compose and tell great stories and don't mind wearing a little make-up, an On-Air Career could be for you.
If you like non-stop action, and prefer to take charge and build everything behind-the-scenes, a Television Production job could be for you.
If you have an interest in controlling the visual and audio output of a Sportscast, and want to be at mission control, then a career in Technical Production could be your match.