Working in Television isn't always glamorous, but it is addictive. No, you probably won't get rich. Yes, you'll have to work on more than a few Christmas days. But to know that your work is being seen by thousands, sometimes millions, of people is more than just rewarding, it's habit-forming. Having your finger on the pulse of what is happening and being able to show it to the world - it's a feeling like no other. These videos give you an insiders view of the sports media world and access to top notch educators and journalists.
Tim Franklin, Director of the National Sports Journalism Center at Indiana University identifies the one key attribute that seperates the good sports journalists for the great ones.
John Little, founder of The Winners Edge Consulting and former CNN Sports Intern Coordinator gives invaluable tips on how to make your sports resume stand out from the rest
6-time Emmy Award winning Sports Producer & Sports Reporter J.D. Pruess gives a candid review of the Journalism School at the University of Missouri
Pam Modarelli-Hegner spent over a decade in Sports Broadcast Journalism on both the local and national level. Recently Pam interviewed ESPN personalities Suzy Kolber and Cindy Brunson for perspective on the challenges women face being a part of a male dominated industry. In this video Pam shares some of her personal experiences and the insights provided by both Kolber and Brunson
Emmy award winning Sports Producer J.D. Pruess reflects on the highs and lows of working full-time freelance in Los Angeles. J.D. provides great advice for those considering the freelance lifestyle.
Despite graduating from one of the most prestigious journalism schools in the country, veteran sports writer and producer Pam Modarelli-Hegner explains it was her internships that prepared her best for a career in Television.
George Washington University student Ash McDaniel shares how she landed an internship on one of ESPN's most popular shows
John Little, former CNN Sports Internship cooordinator explains the difference between a sports fan and a fan of sports. Plus, Little outlines the small difference between a good intern and a great intern.
Everybody who has worked in the Sports TV industry has a moment they wish never happened. This moment, explained by Sports TV veteran Pam Modarelli-Hegner, is no exception.
6-time Emmy award winning Sports Reporter J.D. Pruess was very excited to be the full-time weekend Sportscaster at KOMU-TV in Missouri, but during the Super Bowl in 1996 things went very wrong