Learn How to Become a Sports Talk Host – From a Nearby Sports Radio Talk Host
Let the Nation’s Only All Sports Broadcasting School Teach You How to Become a Sports Talk Host … in a Nearby Sports Radio Station to You.
Quick summary of what’s on this page:
- How an all sports broadcasting school benefits you?
- Why a working sportscaster is best qualified to teach you?
- Why you need industry contacts from day one to succeed.
- Qualities you need to be a sports talk show host
- What separates good and bad sports talk show hosts
- Twelve secrets you must know when learning how to become a sports talk host.
Do you like to talk sports? Can you do it for three to four hours on end? And more important, when you do, do your friends like to listen to you?
Do you have strong opinions on sports? And more important, can you back up your opinions with facts?
Do you have the nerve to talk sports to thousands of people at once? And more important, can you handle the heat when some talk back because they don’t like what you say?
If you can answer yes to all these questions, you may have the makings of a successful radio sports talk show host.
Sports talk is a big thing in radio these days. Stations that used to broadcast music or news are turning to sports. Some do nothing but sports 24 hours a day. And hosts like ESPN’s Colin Cowherd, CBS Sports’ Jim Rome, or FOX Sports’ Dan Patrick are some of the top names in radio.
Discover How to Become a Sports Talk Host
Think you’d like to join the ranks of successful sports talk hosts and learn how to become a sports talk host yourself? We wish we could say it’s easy, but it’s not. Even though there are more and more sports talk openings in various mediums, the competition is stiff for the cherished openings and opportunities. But there are things you can do to put yourself on an inside track to landing a spot.
The most important is to understand that sports talk radio is as much about radio as it is sports. There are specific skills you must master before any program director will let you near a mic.
We’re Sportscasters Mentoring Group (SMG), the one and only all sports broadcasting training program in the nation. And we can teach you all you need to know, quickly, affordably, and right in your local area.
We do it through the mentor-apprentice training model. It’s a classic way to teach new skills that pairs an experienced professional with a newcomer, right in the actual workplace. And we’ll explain the process below. But first, what are you going to learn?