Couch Broadcaster: How to Cover Sports Games from Home

If you have your heart set on a career as a sports broadcaster, where do you practice your skills? Before you take the plunge to attend a professional school, you can earn your way up the ranks by writing a sports blog, putting out a podcast, or doing a video blog (vlogging) about your local […]
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A Day in the Life of a Digital Media Marketing Strategist

The term “buzzword” dates back to 1946, when Harvard University students applied it to the key words in a lecture. Buzzwords are infectious and seem to multiply with each new technology. Today, those looking for careers in digital media contend with countless buzzwords, including a job title itself: digital media marketing strategist.   Unbuzzing the […]
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Great Broadcasters Aren’t Born They’re Made: Easy Ways to Overcome Nerves

Saturday, August 22, 2010 at Monmouth racetrack was a drizzly, dismal day until the seventh race. Racetrack announcer Larry Collmus entered into the ranks of broadcast legends when he called a race whose finish was between the similarly-named horses Mywifenosevrything and Thewifedoesntknow. Only an expert announcer could call such a race!   Preparation Collmus not […]
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10 Stand-Out Ways to Create Your Broadcasting Portfolio

Standing out in the crowded world of the internet is not easy, especially for someone just getting started in broadcasting. Having a sparkling, professional-grade portfolio is as vital—perhaps more vital—than a good résumé. Here are 10 tips to help you create a great broadcasting portfolio. 1. No False Modesty You are creating your portfolio to […]
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Brand Guidelines for Your Social Media Campaign

There are number of guidelines you should follow when you build your brand online. It doesn’t matter if you’re trying to sell a product, persuade readers to contribute to a cause or simply get to know your brand, readers need to know more about you. You want readers to know the real you; so be […]
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Dress to Impress: Appropriate Clothing for News Anchors

If you’re like a lot of people, you’ve dreamed of being on television before. While acting in a sitcom or TV drama might not be right for you, that doesn’t mean your dream has to end. In fact, being a news anchor can be an exciting career path that can lead you many places throughout […]
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Game Changing Interview Questions for Broadcasters

Before broadcasters start an interview, they should always have proper questions in mind to ask of the person (or persons) being interviewed. By asking the right questions, broadcasters create a higher quality and more informative interview. Here are ten such questions (and related general concepts) to keep in mind.   Ten Questions All Broadcasters Should […]
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10 Online Resources for Video Editors

Today’s modern technology is helping video editors do the best work they’ve ever done and the prospects look bright for further improvements in the future. You may be aware of the many different resources available to make use of as a video editor… or you may not be aware of them. That’s why we’ve compiled […]
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The Biggest Stars from the Buckeye State

Ohio’s stars shine as brightly in Hollywood as they do in space. Ohio film schools can rightfully boast that some of the biggest names in the film industry honed their skills here long before they headed west. These stars include world famous names you are certain to recognize. Steven Spielberg – Granted, his most famous […]
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Side by Side Comparisons of Different Digital DJ Software

In the last few years, tons of software developers have introduced their own versions of DJ software to help DJs transition into the digital realm. These new products vary widely from mobile app based programs to more robust software applications. However, through the fog of all these new releases, there are a handful of tried […]
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