Sports Jobs Q&A – What to do When There Isn’t Time to Intern

Sports internships are one of the most enjoyable things for me to write about, primarily because I  believe they are the foundation for every successful sports career. In this weeks Sports Job Q&A we have a question from Taishanna who is having trouble finding time to intern and is looking for alternative suggestions, and another […]

College Sports: A Way to Kick-Start Your Sports Future

This article is a guest contribution from J Mike Walbert One of the most important features of your college education is to build a solid foundation for a future in the profession of your choice. If you want to build a career in the sports industry, you can start acquiring the tools you will need […]

Sports Jobs Q&A: Transitioning From Student-Athlete to Employee

I’m excited about this weeks Sports Jobs Q&A because a former student-athlete is looking for guidance and I believe her scenario is one that many, many people face every year. That’s the joy of this column, trying to answer the questions that can help the largest number of people. As a reminder, if you have […]

A Day in the Life Working in Sports Radio

As the executive producer (EP) of the Tim Brando Show on SiriusXM radio, Dave Druda has a laundry list of daily responsibilities that ranges from scheduling guests to formatting and guiding the show production. An executive producer plays a vital role in uniting the forces on staff; technically savvy enough to interact and understand the […]

Sports Industry Top Ten of the Week for August 30th

Fox Sports 1 debuted last week did you watch? Well, it appears many of you didn’t, because one of our featured stories this week goes into great detail about how Fox Sports 1 has struggled to gain viewers in week 1. Week 1. It’s hard work to change viewing patterns and routines, it will take […]

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