Video: An Entry Level Sports Job That Can Take You Far

Production assistant jobs in sports broadcasting are the starting point for a career in sports broadcasting – but how do you get them? what can you expect? what is the goal? WorkinSports.com Director of Content Brian Clapp, a 13-year veteran of sports broadcasting, explains a little more about what production assistant jobs are really like, […]

High School Sports: Conquering the Final Frontier of Sports Broadcasting

Count the DVR amongst the most impactful technologies of the last decade plus. Maybe it’s not as sexy as the smartphone or cloud computing, but it has changed the viewing patterns of over 50 million people. I’d say that’s impact. Those viewers, armed with the power of record and fast-forward, more often than not skip […]

Sports Industry Top Ten of the Week for August 16th

A few weeks back Peter King of Sports Illustrated fame, launched a new NFL branded site called the MMQB, with great fanfare. Press releases, media tours, radio shows, banner ads on the web… you couldn’t miss it, we all knew it was coming. That’s not to say it doesn’t deserve the media blitz, King gathered […]

Sports Industry Top Ten of the Week

Every week there are big stories that everyone in sports journalism is covering, but you won’t see them highlighted here. I’m sorry, but I watch an ESPN report on Biogenesis and then read it in Yahoo! Sports and I feel like I’m good. I don’t need to read about it in every single sports blog […]

Sports Industry Top 10 of the Week – July 19th

As a former sports producer at a national sports network and news director at a regional sports network, I am qualified to say MLB All-star  week is the worst sports week of the year. I’m used to hitting refresh on ESPN.com about ten times a day, always finding something new to engage with whether it’s […]

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