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Sports Broadcaster

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Brett Stineman

on 13 March 2013

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Sports Broadcaster Skills Classes at Lakeside Education after High School Some skills needed for Sports broadcasting include speaking, active listening, and good awareness skills you will need ALL of these essential skills as well as a few others to be a sports broadcaster. Credits http://www.newsday.com/sports/columnists/neil-best/best-buck-finding-more-comfortable-tone-after-many-years-1.1553047
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/richard_deitsch/01/09/nfl.irreplacables/index.html I have wanted to be a sports broadcaster ever since about fifth grade when i found out about the job. I thought it was a really cool job because you get to sit courtside at every game, and because sports is one of my favorite things Salary A sports broadcaster's salary is a pretty reasonable one. A median salary for a sports broadcaster is around $22,455 to about $ 59,892. Some classes that are given at Lakeside that will benefit you include Journalism I-V and Pre-AP English 10-12 After high school some colleges you might thank about include Arkansas University, University of Central Arkansas, Missouri university, and Syracuse University. Many sports broadcasters obtain a Bachelors or Masters degree after high school although these are not required it does make a difference in your salary. Interest By: Brett
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