Immerse yourself in the world of sports journalism by developing a sports broadcast in the style of popular opinion shows.
Bolster your knowledge of analytics and current events to adeptly debate your co-anchors. Pulling from stat charts, news reports, and your insights into players and the games, pen editorials, prepare debate tactics, and get ready to showdown on the hottest issues of the day. Consider issues as controversial as whether Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time, or whether women should be allowed to be to play in the NBA. As we film segments of our show, discover how challenging being on live TV can be and the best ways to keep your audience totally hooked.
Discuss + Debate
Practice effective communication skills and support your claims as you develop the strongest case for the biggest debates in sports.
Think on your feet and speak your mind. Keep your cool and argue your points under pressure.
Sports TV Production
Record the most recent EXPLO sports news right from the anchor’s desk! As the local sports commentator, choose what goes on the air for your broadcast. Go behind the camera to experience the production of a great show. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to produce a sports show by directing, producing, and shooting your own broadcast.
Write a Column
Hook your reader from the first word as you develop your own writing style. Create effective arguments and compelling content through a personal sports column.
Produce a Podcast
Write and record a sports news podcast to hone your radio broadcasting skills. Interview players and share your insights through commentary on the latest EXPLO games.
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