Your reference guide into the world of sports broadcasting. Hosted by JJ Duke and Joe Vasile.
Season One Finale
JJ and Joe wrap up the first season of Views From the Booth by looking back at some of their favorite moments from the show so far, set the table for what's to come in the future and parted some wisdom to our listeners.
Growing By Working in Other Roles
While the main focus for broadcasters is to get reps on the mic, there are so many ways and opportunities to grow as a broadcaster in roles that don't involve you calling a game. We sit down to talk about those roles on this episode and how impactful those other roles can play a part in your career.
Creating Your Own Unique Sound
Every broadcaster has their own unique sound and stylings when they are on the air. But how does a broadcaster create that sound and make it their own? We discuss that and much more in this episode.
Calling Games at All Levels feat. Mike Samsel
Whether you are broadcasting a high school baseball game, a college football game or a professional basketball game, each level presents their own unique challenges and opportunities. We discuss that on this episode and are joined by special guest Mike Samsel, someone who has called games at all levels and has risen through the ranks during his career, to chat about what it is like to balance calling games across all levels.
Broadcaster Spotlight - Emma Tiedemann
In the fourth installment of our Broadcaster Spotlight series, we chat with Emma Tiedemann, the voice of the Portland Sea Dogs, to discuss her broadcasting journey and much more, including how important Emma's grandfather has been to her throughout her career.
Overcoming Bad Broadcasting Habits
Bad broadcasting habits. We've all had them. But how can we overcome them so that your on-air product sounds better? We dive into that this week by diagnosing some common bad broadcasting habits, including a few of our own, and ways you can eliminate them.
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