Steve Bunin One-on-One

During my run as News Director at Fox Sports Northwest one of my producers, Dave Rees, came into my office one day with a Sportscaster friend named Steve Bunin. Dave introduced me to Steve and said “you have to hire this guy, he’s a star in the making, a true journalist who knows exactly how […]

Getting Hired in Sports Broadcasting: Four Things You Have To Do

Working in sports broadcasting is definitely an out-of-the-box career, you work odd hours and more than a few holidays. But to know that your work is being seen by thousands, sometimes millions, of people is more than just rewarding, it’s habit-forming. The hardest part of launching a successful TV career is getting that first chance […]

2013 NFL Pro Day Schedule

NFL draft geeks circle March 14th on your calendar, that is the day the QB hype machine will reach it’s apex as West Virginia’s Geno Smith shows off his skills (against air) and starts making scouts fall crazy in love. Most mock drafts seems to be anti-QB this year, with Smith and USC signal-caller Matt […]

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2010 ESPN’s Most Viewed Year

Despite turning 30 this year, ESPN hasn’t gone through the normal malaise and mental anguish most of us do when we leave our 20′s. No weight gain, no thinning hair, no settling for what’s comfortable. In fact, the ESPN family of networks just posted their most-viewed year and their most watched 4th quarter ever, according to Nielsen. The 4th […]

Sports TV News

Confessions of a Sports TV Spouse

I’ve been with a Sports TV guy since the late 90s. When he first started working in Sports TV, he was a bright-eyed 21-year-old ready to take on the world. He had aspirations of meeting Joe Montana and to be on the field when the Red Sox won the World Series. Instead, he met Don […]

Sports TV News

In Defense of ESPN’s Will Selva

I’ll admit it, I’m a slow writer. When I first started working in Sports Television I marvelled at our team of writers that could bang out 15 scripts in a hour without breaking a sweat. I’m the opposite, I write something, hate it, erase it, start again… wash, rinse, repeat. In the deadline driven world […]

NFL

Tuesday Night Football Dominates the Night

While the merits of canceling the Vikings-Eagles game on Sunday night due to a pending snowstorm can still be debated, (Governor Rendell do you have a feeling on the matter?) what can’t be argued is the results. NBC scored it’s highest week 16 Football ratings ever with 23.7 million viewers tuning in, according to an NBC […]

NFL

How ESPN Monday Night Football Adjusted in Minnesota

Producing a live event the size of Monday Night Football is hard work. Under normal circumstances the production crew will begin game preparations on Thursday for a Monday night game. Imagine that, it takes 4 days of preparation, set-up and testing for one game. There were not normal circumstances for the final game of week […]

Job/Career Fairs

Portland Trailblazers Sports Career Fair

Looking for a way to break into the Sports Industry? January 24th the Portland Trailblazers are hosting a Sports and Entertainment Career and Internship Fair Night that could lead to your big break. Participants will include: Portland Trail Blazers Sacramento Kings Portland Timbers Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Alpha Broadcasting (95.5 THE GAME) Tacoma Raniers And many more… Festivities include: An opportunity […]

College Basketball

UConn Women Streak Past UCLA, But Who’s Looking?

I live a mere three miles from the XL Center in Hartford, where the the UConn women’s basketball team won their record-setting 89th straight game Tuesday night. The Huskies destroyed Florida State 93-62; surpassing the previous streak set by the UCLA men in 1974. Back in May, I paid good money to see Pearl Jam at the same venue. […]

Job/Career Fairs

Want to Intern with the New York Yankees?

Working for a professional sports team is a goal of many, but achieved by few. Think about it, if you worked for a professional team, better yet YOUR professional team, would you ever leave that job? That is the problem, very low turnover for team jobs. It was always my dream, but something I didn’t pursue the right way. […]

Job/Career Fairs

Internship Opportunities with Various MLS Teams

“Get hands-on experience through internships” it’s the #1 piece of advice you’ll get from anyone who has worked in Sports Television. As Sandy Malcolm, VP of Programming and Production at PlayOn Sports told me, “I’m looking for young adults with a good head on their shoulders who have shown that they have worked to gain some experience and insight […]

MLB

Colin Cowherd Went Way Out of Bounds

On his Wednesday radio program, ESPN personality Colin Cowherd alleged that Yankees pitcher A.J. Burnett struggled through a career worst season last year because of the distraction of his on-going divorce. One problem with Cowherd’s theory, according to Burnett’s agent, Darek Braunecker, the pitcher was not, and is not, going through a divorce. Lets forget about the factual errors […]

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