Upcoming: June 25-29, 2018

College of Notre Dame
Do you love sports? Would you enjoy a career as a TV sports journalist? Have you dreamed about being a TV sports anchor or calling a last second, game winning shot on radio or television? This is your chance to learn how to become a sports broadcaster at the nation’s premier Sports Broadcasting Camp for boys and girls ages 10-18.

Sample schedule

9am Introduction
10am-11am Comcast SportsNet’s Brent Harris visits


11:00-12pm Interactive Activity
12:00-1pm Lunch
1-1:30pm Prepare for press conference


1:30-2:30pm Press conference with Ravens rookie safety Christian Thompson
2:30-4pm Interactive Activity
9am-4pm Campers split into groups by age and rotate between making sports anchor tapes in TV studio, radio shows in the radio booth, using the Play-by-Play machine, voicing over ESPN highlights, doing sports talk radio shows with Paul Jolovitz, making  play by play tapes of the Super Bowl, NBA Playoffs, World Series, as well as participating in trivia contest
9-10:30am Interactive Activity
10:30-12am Steve Davis, Host of the Norris and Davis show on 105.7 the Fan visits
12-12:45pm Lunch
12:45-4pm Tour of Camden Yards


9am-4pm Campers split into groups by age and rotate between PTI and sports Password contests, as well as using our Pixcara technology doing on camera 1st & 10 tapes, making reporting tapes and NFL preview shows, as well as stump the schwab
11am-11:30am The voice of the Terps  and Nationals studio host Johnny Holliday will stop by to speak to the camp
12:45-1:30pm CBS Sports Anchor and sports talk radio host Mark Viviano visits
Friday *Camp Concludes at 3pm
9-10:30am WNST owner and sports talk host Nasty Nestor Aparicio visits
10:30-12pm Sports Sharks
12-1pm Lunch
1-2pm Sports Jeopardy
2-3pm Camp Concludes
*Overnight activities include an Orioles game Tuesday night, Wiffle Ball, basketball, etc
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Past Celebrity Camp Visits

Chick Hernandez, Brent Harris, and Russ Thaler – Comcast SportsNet anchors
Scott Hanson – NFL Network
Johnny Holliday – Voice of UMD Sports
Sal Paolantonio – ESPN
Nestor Aparicio – 1570 AM
Bruce Cunningham – FOX 45
Keith Mills – WBAL
Fred Manfra – Orioles announcer
Johnny Holliday – Voice of UMD Sports
Paul Jolovitz – SportsRadio 94 WIP
Mark Viviano – CBS Sports Anchor
Brent Harris – Comcast SportsNet
Steve Davis – 105.7 The Fan
Nestor Apiricio – WNST


Tavaris Gooden-Ravens
Ronnie Prude-Ravens
Dwan Edwards-Ravens
LJ Smith-Ravens
Clarence Moore-Ravens
Adam Terry-Ravens
Mike Nolan-Former Defensive Coordinator Ravens
Matt Klentak—Director of Baseball Operations Orioles
Christian Thompson – Ravens