The Hard Reality of Working in Sports Radio

The reality of working in sports radio is that it doesn’t begin with catered lunches, fancy cars and billboards sprawling across major highways with your dimpled chin on it. Sports radio jobs start in small, humble markets far from your creature comforts. “If play-by-play or sports radio jobs are something you want to pursue out […]

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 […]

Why (And How) You Should Pursue a Career in Sports Radio

Ask a broadcast radio veteran how the industry plans to combat the rise of Pandora, Spotify and other portable music listening options and they’ll tell you all about their on-air personalities and ability to be hyper-local. I’m not sure I buy that differentiator for most music channels, since their hosts are often relegated to 10 […]