Introducing The "Ian Eagle Center For Kids Who Want To Announce And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too"
Thursday, September 11, 2008
I know that many networks hold clinics, and that a lot of announcers do lectures at Colleges, but this is the first time I've heard of a national figure setting up a camp for broadcasters. CBS' Ian Eagle teamed with WNBC-TV's Bruce Beck over five years ago and has been slowly growing a place for students age thirteen and up. Their website says the cover everything from hosting and anchoring to how to use a teleprompter. Seems like a great idea and thanks to Reel Sports, we have our first look inside the camp....
There have been camps like this popping up for current players in leagues like the NFL, but a place for highschool kids to learn from someone on a national level is an awesome idea. There are only 60 spots each year, so sign up today you young bucks!
Ian Eagle and Bruce Beck Broadcasting Camp (Reel Sports Fan)
Sports Broadcasting Camp (Ian Eagle and Bruce Beck's Sports Broadcasting Camp)