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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ESPN Looks to ‘UNITE’ Late Night Viewers

According to Entertainment Weekly, ESPNU will launch a new 60-minute entertainment show geared towards the college-aged male fan on August 27th. Named “UNITE“, the new program will integrate social media into the normal sports viewing experience every weeknight at midnight. The launch-date smartly coincides with students return to campus and the beginning of the college […]


Launching NFL AM a Daunting but Exciting Challenge for NFL Network

Starting July 30th the NFL Network will graciously toss aside morning re-runs of Total Access in favor of NFL AM, a fresh 4-hour morning show airing from 6am – 10 EST and re-airing from 7am-11 PST. Welcome news for early rising sports fans that just can’t handle ESPN’s First Take. Launching a morning show is […]


Is ESPN Feeling the Heat?

In the past few months ESPN has undergone a tumultuous period of contract negotiations with some of their biggest stars, all very much in the public eye, where they have won some and lost some big ones. Erin Andrews (Fox), Jim Rome (CBS) and Michelle Beadle (NBC) bolted for rival networks seeking a headliner, while […]


NBA Coaches Turn Analysts for Upcoming Olympics

NBA Head Coaches Doc Rivers of the Celtics and Doug Collins of the 76ers, have been added to the NBC Olympic broadcast team as basketball analysts. Both coaches are veterans of the broadcast booth. Collins, after being fired by the Detroit Pistons, worked in the booth for both NBC and TNT over the next 5 […]


NFL Adjusting Some Kickoff Times For Upcoming Season

The NFL has altered the start times for some of the late-afternoon games for the upcoming season from 4:15 p.m. ET to 4:25 p.m. to avoid concurrent game action. The only start times affected will be the nationally televised double-header games. Late games on the non-national network (i.e. any time the Seahawks or Rams play) […]


The Two-Front War against the NFL

I’m not quite sure about the labor battle the NFLPA has started with the NFL. No, not the concussions one. It makes sense given the number of stories about players suffering from dementia, depression and other ailments both during and after their careers. The tragedies surrounding Dave Duerson last year, Junior Seau last month and […]

On Camera Advice

Jenny Dell One-on-One

We just wrapped up an interview with New England Sports Network’s Red Sox Reporter Jenny Dell (Ed note: You can see the full Jenny Dell interview here) and I have to say her story is pretty darn remarkable. Have you ever day-dreamed of being “discovered” when you weren’t expecting it. You know just walking in the […]

Job/Career Fairs

Chivas USA Job Fair and Executive Lecture

Are you looking to break into the Sports industry? If you live in the Los Angeles area here’s your opportunity to meet face-to-face with hiring managers of several companies looking to add talented people to their staff. In addition to the Job Fair hosted by Chivas USA, there will be an executive lecture featuring Antonio […]


The Kings of Los Angeles

Okay, raise your hand if – in April – you thought the Staples Center inhabitant with the best chance to win a title this spring would be the one playing on ice. I thought so. The chances of the Lakers and Clippers watching their ice skating housemates play for a championship increased significantly Saturday as […]


A Chip Off The Sports Neuroses Block

Saturday night I realized I’m a good parent. I knew it before: my twin 15-year-old boys are good citizens and students and they let me talk to them when their friends are around. It was confirmed, however, when my hockey-playing son prepared to watch Game Seven of the NHL’s Eastern Semifinal between the Rangers and […]

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