Author Archive: jhaberer24

Large company Vs. Small company

I am going to list for you the advantages and disadvantages of each company. Deciding what style of company is best for you, can make or break your career. Large company- Advantages. Exposure to lots of experienced people Expectation of higher salary, at least initially Potentially the ability to be less visible, since you are …

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The job

Jobs do not fall out of the sky. Being well-spoken and confident are key to impressing employers.   Jobs in sports broadcasting are only on the rise. When you think of sports broadcasting, the first thing that probably comes to your mind, is ESPN. It is is by far the most popular sports network, and is …

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The business part of Sports broadcasting

It is important that students who want this career be aware of the different salaries and responsibilities that exist .What kind of salary can I expect to earn?  What will my responsibilities be?  Will this job lead me to my goal?  There are so many questions that students have as they get closer to graduation.  …

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Internships are key

Internship opportunities that are available to sports broadcasting students, are  key to  a  students work and learning ability  in this field before one graduates.  In fact, the value of these opportunities are so high, that unpaid internships need to be seriously considered as well.  There are many television and radio stations throughout the United States …

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Extra Curricualrs

Extra-curricular activities that students can participate in, to help them get into the broadcasting world, include, radio, television or newspaper reporting.  Utilizing these areas of interest can be an important tool for students to learn about the different mediums available to them and what interests them the most.  Since I am a student at the …

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What are the best colleges for broadcasting

You are starting your senior year of high school. You have a strong G.P.A ,good test scores.  You think you want to be a sports broadcaster. You think to yourself, where the hell do I start. The answer is education.  Finding the right school, with a strong journalism program, is essential.  It must have digital …

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About Me

Hello,fellow sports lovers. My name is Jordan Haberer, and I will be  the man, showing you the everything you need to know, to becoming a sports broadcaster. I am  originally from St. Petersburg Florida, but currently resided in Lawrence Ks, as a freshmen at the University of Kansas. I am majoring in strategic communications, and …

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From the mouths of the experts

“Just like I was told it wouldn’t hurt to learn Arabic if I wanted to work in news – it wouldn’t hurt to learn soccer and lacrosse if you want to become a sports broadcaster” – John Strong (left) .(Strong,2008,p.1) I think this quote fits perfectly, when it comes to the world of sports broadcasting. You …

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Networking and why you need it

Networking plays a large  part in  sports broadcasting. Knowing play by play announces, or maybe emailing a known  sports radio host, can be great people to learn from. Make sure you know everything about sports, before you even begin to adventure into it. It also comes down to who you know You never know, which …

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The whole package.

It is important that students interested in becoming a sportscaster are very knowledgeable about everything going on in the sporting world.  They should be up to date on the latest trades, sporting events, player news and much, much more. becoming a good sports talk host. Preparation is key to success. You must know everything about your …

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