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Jobs in sports broadcasting are only on the rise. Many networks are now trying to mimic ESPN and want to have multiple sports talk shows.
Seeing some teeth on the ice is a common occurrence for a veteran NHL play by play announcer...
Pay cut, hectic schedule can make broadcasting career a challenging transition for ex-players, coaches. Many former players, as well as coaches, see broadcasting as a relatively easy second career. To hear those who have done it (and their agents) tell the story, though, it’s anything but.
When you live for playing, watching and talking about sports, sports broadcasting may be a natural career choice. Sports broadcasters get to deliver play-by-play and analyze games on the radio, television and the Internet -- a dream job for someone obsessed with sports.
If you want to be a sports broadcaster, it helps to have a bachelor's degree. In return, expect to earn an above-average annual salary.
Wondering how to become a sports broadcaster? The MLS on NBC’s John Strong has a blueprint for you.
The most important ‘Secret' to know about breaking into the sports broadcasting business is ... There are NO "secrets" to learn. There are simply things you don't know - yet.