Entry Level Sports Jobs with Real Growth Potential

Just because you can name all the mascots of the Sun Belt conference (Quick: What is North Texas’ mascot?) doesn’t mean you are destined for a successful career in sports. But who can blame you for wanting a sports job? It’s far superior to working in a cube for some nondescript business, plus there is […]

When Football Night in America Calls – You Pick up the Phone

A Political Science major graduates from college and a year later is working as a Production Assistant for Football Night in America on NBC Sports. Impossible. Sports production jobs are so competitive every opening is flooded with hundreds of resumes. Journalism Majors, Broadcast Production, Sports Management – a prime job at Football Night in America […]

What the New NBA TV Deal Means for Sports Jobs

While we all struggle to digest the enormity of the new NBA broadcast rights deal, extending the current contract between the league and both ESPN and Turner Sports for the mind-altering price of $2.66 billion per year (up 186% from the current $940 million a year deal), there is another highly relevant topic worth discussing […]

Video: The Unwritten Rules of the Sports Media

Early in my sports television career I stepped in many, many pot holes. Some would call them rookie mistakes and while I agree there is a level of ‘learning by fire’ that takes place in the sports industry, it still would have been nice if someone warned me just a little. Heck, it would have […]

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