Play by Play Sports Broadcasting Camps
Day and Overnight Camps
9am – 4pm • Ages 10 – 18
Learn what it takes to make it in the sports broadcasting industry
Train with top professional sportscasters
Meet professional athletes and coaches
Develop public speaking, writing, recording and editing skills
Create sports anchor and sideline reporting videos like ESPN, Bleacher Report and more
Learn how to report on college and professional sports including NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL, MLS, Olympics and esports games
Record record play-by-play broadcasts at professional sports events
Tour professional sports arenas and broadcasting studios
Host your own sports talk radio and sports debate shows like ESPN's Pardon the Interruption (PTI)
Practice sports social media, podcasting and entrepreneurship
Improve team building and professional development skills
Attend a Major/Minor League baseball game (dependent upon league schedules)
Have fun with your friends and fellow sports fans!
Evening activities include attending a Major/Minor League game (if possible), wiffle ball, basketball, sports games, and much more
9am – 4pm • Ages 15 – 25+
- Learn for three days hands-on at an actual TV studio
- Intensified three-day workshop with individual instruction from top sportscasters
- Sideline reporting lessons and make your own in-studio reports
- Learn how to host a sports talk radio show and then be taped hosting with an actual radio celebrity
- Write your own anchor scripts and be recorded reading highlights over sports footage
- Participate in a live podcast
- Interview a sports celebrity on camera
- Broadcast play-by-play of World Series, NBA Finals, and Super Bowl with a top play-by-play announcer
- Past instructors include: ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio, the Flyers and Sixers Jim Jackson, Fox Sports Ron Burke, NBC’s Jason Dumas, National XM Satellite Radio’s Matt Martucci, and WIP’s Joe DeCamera and Glen Macnow
- 20 attendees maximum
Meet Our Staff
Jeremy founded Play by Play Sports Broadcasting Camps in 2002 and is currently a Co-Director. He is responsible for camp programming, instruction and introducing celebrity guests. Jeremy also speaks to students at schools across the country about the sports broadcasting industry and assists camp alumni seeking internships and jobs through his network of athletes and sports tv/radio personalities.
Jeremy has enjoyed a 25-year sports radio, television and journalism career, starting as a reporter on the Inquirer High School Sports Show on Fox-29 Philadelphia from 1994 to 2001. He served in play-by-play and color commentary roles for Comcast from 2000-2014. Currently, Jeremy is the sports editor of Liberty City Press and has written sports for many local and national publications since 1989. He most recently was a co-host of a Philadelphia Eagles show that ran on 610-AM. Read about Jeremy on Philly.com.
Jeremy also founded the Scholastic Play by Play Classics, organizing, operating and televising high school and college basketball tournaments nationwide. Over 120 competitors have made it to the NBA including LeBron James, Dwight Howard and Kevin Durant. He currently runs or has run the Kobe Bryant Classic, the LeBron James Classic, Jameer Nelson Classic, and Kyle Lowry Classic and is involved as a promoter and announcer of the Allen Iverson All-Star Game.
Jeremy attended Washington University (MO) and earned a degree in communications from Temple University.
Steven is a Co-Director of Play by Play Sports Broadcasting Camps. He is responsible for handling the camp's marketing and advertising campaigns, logistics and operations in all camp cities across the country. Steven also helps manage the camp's social media and drives recruitment of potential campers.
Steven has an extensive background in sports and entertainment event management. Over the years, he has produced events for active and former NFL players including Brandon Graham, Jeremy Maclin, Brian Westbrook, Jon Runyan and Jeremiah Trotter.
Steven received his bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and holds a master’s degree in sports management from Springfield College.
Adam is a Lead Instructor at Play by Play Sports Broadcasting Camps in multiple cities. He teaches campers all aspects of broadcasting including anchoring, play-by-play, reporting and hosting sports shows.
Adam's broadcasting career includes play-by-play of high school and college football games on the radio and online. Additionally, he was a public address announcer for college basketball games in the Philadelphia area.
Adam graduated from California University of Pennsylvania where he was the lead TV play-by-play broadcaster for all televised collegiate sporting events. He earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management with a minor in radio and television.