June 8 – 12, 2020

Location: Florida Atlantic University

Ages: 10 - 18

Camp length: 5 days

Overnight Camp tuition: $1,375.00
Early Bird Overnight Camp tuition (before Dec. 31): $1,250.00
- All meals included

Day Camp tuition: $695.00
Early Bird Day Camp tuition (before Dec. 31): $625.00

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 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



9 am – Introduction
10 am – Interactive activity
11 am – Former NFL executive and ESPN analyst Joe Banner visits
12 pm – Lunch
1 pm – Interactive activity
2 pm – Sports anchor Paxton Boyd visits
3 pm – Interactive activity


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
1 pm – ESPN radio host Josh Cohen visits


9 am – Former NFL player and college football analyst Doug Chapman visits
10 am – Leave for Marlins Park
10:30 am to 4pm – Play by play from our seats into recording devices at the Miami Marlins game


9 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
12:45 pm – Miami Heat announcer Eric Reid visits


9 am – Podcasting
10 am – Press conference with Miami Dolphins DE Nick Williams
11 am – Interactive activity
12 pm – Lunch
1 pm – Sports Jeopardy
3 pm – Camp concludes


ESPN's Joe Banner visits


Past Celebrity Guests


Eric Reid – Miami Heat announcer
Joe Banner – ESPN and former NFL executive
Josh Cohen – ESPN Radio
Evan Cohen – ESPN Radio
Tommy Hutton – Former MLB player and announcer
Eric Snow – Former NBA player Jason Jackson – Heat Sideline Reporter

Kim Bokamper – CBS
Jay Feely – Former NFL player
Drew Rosenhaus – Sports agent
Glenn Geffner – Florida Marlins announcer
Michael Curry – Former NBA Head Coach and player
Nick Williams – NFL player Chris Perkins –790 The Ticket Curtis & Perk Show

This is always the best week of the year. I’ve made friends that I’ll have for the rest of my life. I’m ready for next year!
— Harrison R.

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