|Sports journalism is a rapidly growing media outlet that focuses on reporting of sports-related topics and sporting events.
Sports journalism's fundamentals include, but are not limited to: researching a topic, interviewing skills, the ability to be organized and prepared to go on the air, and the importance of writing and how to do so for radio and television. Our sports media/journalism pre-collegiate programs are designed to prepare young broadcasters with the basic skill sets they will need to succeed in the television and radio industry.
Each seminar will last four weeks, and will meet once per week. Students who take these seminars will learn the importance of preparing for a broadcast.
These seminars include lessons from a professional who has broadcasted on every level and handled all types of stories, from news to sports, and even entertainment.
The ultimate goal of these programs is to get students to be fundamentally sound as they embark on a future in broadcasting.
memorization techniques, and gain the confidence to be flexible with their questions and the interview.
About the Instructor: Keith Irizarry
Newsday: MSG Announcer Keith Irizarry (Hofstra Sports Journalism Instructor) Recounts Call That's Become Overnight Sensation
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|H0800||Introduction to Sports Research and Sportcasting Prep|
|H0805||Sports Writing and Blogging|
|H0810||How to Prepare and Conduct a Sports Related Interview|
|H0815||Sports Radio Hosting|
|H0820||Sports Television Hosting and Anchoring|
|Additonal Course Offerings|
|H1013||Sports Journalism and Sportscasting Information Session|
|H1010||Sportscasting Fundamentals for Teens (For Students Grades 6-12)|
|H1014||Introduction to Sportscasting for Teens (For Student Grades 7-12)|
|H1016||Intermediate Sportscasting for Teens (For Students Grades 7-12)|
|H1015||Summer Sportscasting Institute for Adults|