Category Archives: broadcast media

10 ways Twitter wins the sports business game

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This week, Twitter-owned Periscope celebrated its first anniversary. Last week marked Twitter’s 10th year on our screens. As I’ve written, I use other social media and advise clients to use what meets their needs, but Twitter is my primary social media … Continue reading

You don’t need to be a household name to be a great sports broadcaster

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A former award-winning radio news reporter, Ken Fang is a respected sports media blogger for his own FangsBites.com as well as Awful Announcing. What I enjoy most about him as well as many others that report about media, he has … Continue reading

Sports Business Journal’s/Daily’s John Ourand prefers sports analysts check jargon at the door

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I continue my series of comments from some of the top sports television reporters in the country about what makes a good play-by-play announcer and color analyst. Today, John Ourand from Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Daily … Continue reading

Tampa Bay Times’ Jones wants to learn something he didn’t already know from sports broadcasts

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The best sports announcers enrich, but don’t dominate a telecast, says Tampa Bay Times’ sports broadcast critic, Tom Jones. Sportscasters also teach him something he didn’t know before he tuned into the game. Jones is one of the sports media reporters … Continue reading

Ed Sherman shares what he thinks makes good sports broadcasters

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We’ve been watching A LOT of sports lately. College football bowl games started the year, and a SUPER Bowl followed. NBA action highlighted a few screens but during the past three weeks, our nation’s eyes have turned to the NCAA … Continue reading

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