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Los Angeles

 
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August 6 – 10, 2018

Location: University of California, Los Angeles

Ages: 10 - 18

Camp length: 5 days

Overnight camp tuition: $1,295.00
- All meals included

Day camp tuition: $650.00
Day camp hours: 9 am – 4 pm
- Lunch and snacks included

Activities and Special Events

  • 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!

Overnight Option

Evening activities include attending a Major/Minor League game (if possible), wiffle ball, basketball, sports games, and much more

 

Sample Schedule


 

Monday

9 am – Introduction
10 am – Interactive activity
11 am – Lakers beat reporter and sideline reporter Mike Trudell visits
12 pm – Lunch
1 pm – Prepare for press conference
2 pm – Press conference with UFC star Luke Sanders
3 pm – Interactive activity

Tuesday

9 am to 4pm – Campers split into groups by age and rotate between activities including making sports anchor tapes, voicing over highlights, sports talk radio shows on camera, pre/post game shows on camera, making play by play tapes of the NBA finals, MLB Playoffs, and Super Bowl, and trivia contests
12:45 pm – The voice of the Stanford Cardinals Scott Reiss visits

Wednesday

9 am – NFL Network reporter/analyst/host Steve Wyche visits
10 am to 4pm – Campers split into groups by age and rotate between PTI and “Live Tweeting,” as
well as making “In Your Face” tapes, rants on camera, football preview shows, and voicing over
highlights

Thursday

9 am – Sportscaster Jill Arrington visits
10 am to 4pm – Campers split into groups by age and rotate between PTI and “Live Tweeting,” as
well as making “In Your Face” tapes, rants on camera, football preview shows, and voicing over
highlights

Friday

9 am to 12:30 pm – Tour of Dodger Stadium
12:30 pm – Lunch
1 pm – Sports Jeopardy
3 pm – Camp concludes

 

NFL on FOX's Laura Okmin visits

 
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Past Celebrity Guests


 

Chris Rose – NFL Network, MLB Network
Bob Miller – LA Kings Hall of Fame announcer
Michael Eaves – ESPN
Gary Miller – KCAL
Steve Lyons – Former MLB player and current sportscaster for the New England Sports Network
Dave McMenamin – ESPN
Gary Miller – KCAL
Scott Reiss – Sports anchor/reporter at KTVU
Jill Arrington – National sideline reporter and TV anchor

Michelle Beadle – ESPN
Laura Okmin – FOX NFL reporter
Jamie Maggio – LA Lakers studio host
Beto Duran – LA Lakers studio host
John Ireland – LA Lakers play by play
Mike Trudell – LA Lakers sideline reporter
Alanna Rizzo – LA Dodgers announcer
Ned Coletti – Former Dodgers General Manager
Tyus Edney – UCLA coach and former NBA player
Josh Rosen – UCLA football player

 
 
Had an awesome time at my first sports broadcasting camp experience. Thanks to a great staff!
— Greg L.

SBC Across the Nation

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