On Camera Advice

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 […]

Job/Career Fairs

Featured Sports Job: Sports Anchor/Reporter

One of the most sought after jobs in Sports Television is working on-air as a Sports Anchor/Reporter, and we have a great new job opportunity at a top 150 market in the South. The reasons why so many people want to work on-camera are simple; you can be the voice of authority for an entire […]

College Basketball

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 […]

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 […]

College Sports

The Secret of Interviewing Sports Figures

Later this week we will be releasing an article titled “Things You Never Knew about the Athletes you Love”. SportsTVJobs.com senior writer Pam Modarelli-Hegner has been crafting this gem with two primary purposes, A: to break down the five personality types you encounter working in sports and B: provide tips and advice on how to […]

NFL

A Sports Reporters Worst Enemy

Ian Rapoport has a dream job, but that doesn’t mean it is all sunshine and roses. As the New England Patriots beat reporter for the Boston Herald Rapoport (@rapsheet) is forced to match wits on a daily basis with noted curmudgeon and football savant Bill Belichick. Over his 12 years as the head coach in […]

1 Minute Drill Videos

Video: Tip for Getting Hired On Camera

The “One Minute Drill” is a weekly video series full of tips and tricks for getting ahead in the sports broadcasting industry. In this edition, SportsTVJobs.com founder Brian Clapp provides a counter-intuitive concept for advancing your career on camera. This is a must watch for all aspiring Sportscasters and Sports Reporters. We welcome your feedback […]

1 Minute Drill Videos

Video: Finding the Right On Camera Job

The “One Minute Drill” is a weekly video series full of tips and tricks for getting ahead in the sports broadcasting industry. In this edition, SportsTVJobs.com founder Brian Clapp provides a strategy for finding the right job on camera. This is a must watch for all aspiring Sportscasters and Sports Reporters. We welcome your feedback […]

On Camera Advice

Think a Job On Camera is Easy? Think Again.

Every week I spend a little time cruising through the job listings posted by our partner WorkinSports.com. I like to stay on top of what jobs are out there, what requirements networks and teams are requesting and maintain a general pulse of the sports industry. Today I was reminded of a very vital fact for […]

1 Minute Drill Videos

Video: How To Avoid The #1 Mistake Made By Young Sportscasters

The “One Minute Drill” is a weekly video series full of tips and tricks for getting ahead in the sports broadcasting industry. In this edition, SportsTVJobs.com founder Brian Clapp explains how to avoid the “#1 Mistake Made By Young Sportscasters”. We welcome your feedback and questions below, and if you have concepts you’d like us […]

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