Securing sports broadcasting rights is the quickest and easiest way to become a sports broadcaster
Surely if you’ve ever searched for a job in sports broadcasting, you’ve come across a “Help Wanted” ad similar to this actual job posting:
580 WIBW in Topeka, Kansas is looking for a sports talk show host with play-by-play experience to report on the local sports scene, attend media conferences, and handle play-by-play duties for area high schools and colleges.
The position offers a full benefits package, including medical/dental insurance, 401K, and vacation time. Successful candidate must have three years of show hosting or play-by-play experience.
Everything about the job initially seems just perfect: Show host *play-by-play* medical & dental benefits *401K* vacation time.
Everything about that job IS perfect … until you get to that last line, “must have 3 years experience.”
You now ask yourself the age old, catch-22 question, “How can I gain the experience required to get a job, if no one will give me a job, which gives me experience I need?”
Obviously, there’s no getting around the experience requirement in many instances. Because of that, you have two choices:
- Hope that you get lucky, and wait until someone hires you, or
- Create your own sportscasting job, which provides you with the experience required to eventually be hired by a team or broadcasting company.
Introducing – SMG’s “Mega Insider” Job Creation System
- Stop dreaming about becoming a sportscaster and take action by creating your own sportscasting job.
- Discover how to appoint yourself the show host or play-by-play announcer and gain the necessary experience that will enable you to land future sportscasting jobs.
- Learn SMG’s step-by-step system on how to earn an income when you create your own sportscasting job.