Los Angeles

Upcoming: August 6-10, 2018

UCLA

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

Monday
9-10am Introduction
10-11pm Benny Ricardo, a Former NFL kicker and bilingual announcer who has broadcast every major sporting event in the world
11-12pm Interactive Activity
12-1pm Lunch
1-2pm Interactive Activity
2-3pm KCBS and KCAL sports anchor Gary Miller visits
3-4pm Interactive Activity
Tuesday
9am-4pm Campers split into groups by age and rotate between making sports anchor tapes, voicing over highlightes, sports talk radio shows on camera, making play by play tapes of the NBA Finals, MLB Playoffs, and Super Bowl, as well as participate in our trivia contest
Wednesday
9-4pm Leave for Tours of Dodger Stadium and the Rose Bowl. We will be making reporting tapes from both venues.
Thursday
9am-4pm Campers split into groups by age and rotate between PTI on camera, NFL preview shows on camera, voicing over ESPN Top 10 plays, PTI and sports scattegories.
*Eric Rothman, play by play announcer from the LA Avengers, visits camp
Friday *Camp Concludes at 3pm
9-10am Rants
10-11pm Sports Talk radio host Petro Papadakis visits
11-12pm Sports Family Feud
12-1pm Lunch
1-2pm Sports Jeopardy
2-3pm Camp Concludes
*Overnight activities include Wiffle Ball, basketball, swimming

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Past Celebrity Camp Visits

Chris Rose– Host Fox Best Damn Sports Show
Bob Miller– LA Kings Hall of Fame announcer
Michael Eaves- Fox Sports
Gary Miller– KCAL
Steve Lyons– Dodgers
Dave McMenamin– ESPN Los Angeles
Randy Rosenbloom– National play-by-play announcer
Petro Papadakis – Sports Talk Radio Host
Gary Miller – KCAL
Eric Rothman – LA Avengers announcer

Past Camp Press Conferences

UCLA Football team
Kevin O’Neill
– USC basketball coach
Benny Ricardo-Former NFL kicker and bilingual ESPN announcer

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