Upcoming: July 23-27, 2018

Simmons College

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 Camp schedule

9am Introduction
10am-11am Interactive Activity
11:00-12pm Bruins announcer Dave Goucher
12:00-1pm Lunch
1-1:30m Prepare for Press Conference
1:30-2:30pm Press conference with Patriots safety James Ihedigbo
2:30-4pm Interactive Activity
9am-4pm Camp splits into 3 groups and rotates between stations
9am-12 Group 1 – Making sports anchor tapes on camera, sports talk radio shows on camera, voicing over ESPN Highlights, and making sports reporting tapes. Group 2 – Doing play-by-play of the Superbowl, World Series, NBA and NCAA finals, Stanley Cup, as well as participate in our trivia contest.

Group 3 – hosting mock sports talk radio shows with Paul Jolovitz and Stump the Schwab.

12-1 Lunch
1-4 Groups Rotate
*Camp favorite Coach Willie Maye will stop by with his bag of goodies
9-12am Groups rotate to last station
12-1pm Lunch
1-4p Group 1 – Making PTI tapes on camera,  NFL preview shows on camera, voicing over Top 10 plays, and making sports talk radio shows on camera. Group 2 –  Participating in PTI tournament, sports scattegories and password games.

Group 3 – Playing sports family feud as well as stump the schwab.

9-10am Groups continue rotating stations
*Members of the BU basketball team will stop by for a press conference
Friday *Camp Concludes at 3pm
9-10:30am 7NEWS Sports Director Joe Amorosino
10:30-1pm Leave for Fenway Park Tour
1-2pm Lunch
2-3pm Camp Concludes
*Dave Goucher, the voice of the Bruins, will be with us all week as a counselor**Overnight activities include Wiffle Ball, basketball, etc

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Past Celebrity Camp Vists

Dave Goucher-Bruins
Coach Willie Maye– Radio host and former Celtics sideline reporter
Butch Stearns-FOX
Sean Grande-Celtics
Dan Roche-CBS
Greg Dickerson-Celtics Sideline reporter
Kevin Walsh-Comcast SportsNet
Gary Tangway-NESN
Sal Paolantonio-ESPN
Dana Barros-Former Boston College and NBA player
Zoltan Mesko – New England Patriots Punter
D.J. Irving – BU basketball Star
Joe Haggerty – Comcast SportsNet
Tony Massarotti – Boston Globe


Bill Walker-Celtics
Sammy Morris-Patriots
Dave Lewis-Former Bruins Coach
James Ihedigbo – Patriots Safety
Members of the BU Basketball team