Upcoming: June 18 – 22, 2018

Villanova University
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 ABC Sports Anchor Jeff Skversky visits camp
11-12am Interactive Activity
12-1pm Lunch
1-2pm Interactive Activity
2-3pm ESPN, Comcast Network, and Westwood One announcer Scott Graham.  Scott also Narrates for NFL Films
3-4pm Interactive Activity
9-4pm Camp splits into 3 groups and rotates between stations
9-12pm Group 1 – Using our new Tri-caster technology making sports anchor tapes; sports talk radio shows; reporting tapes; Voicing over ESPN highlights Group 2 – Doing play-by-play of the Superbowl, NBA Playoffs, World Series, NCAA Final Four, Stanley Cup, as well as participating in trivia contest

Group 3 – Hosting mock sports talk shows with Paul Jolovitz and doing on-camera work

12-12:45pm Lunch
12:45-1:30pm ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi will stop by and talk bracketology with the camp
1:30-4pm Groups rotate to a different station
9am-12pm Groups rotate to their final stations
12-1pm Lunch
1-4pm Start 2nd set of stations Group 1 is making 1st and 10 tapes, sports talk radio shows, NFL preview shows, and using play-by-play machine.

Group 2 is participating in PTI and sport password tournament.

Group 3 is rotating between sports scategories. Sports IQ, and sports sharks games

*Sixers center Lavoy Allen will stop by for a mock press conference with campers
9am-12pm Groups continue rotating between stations
12-1pm Lunch
1-4pm Groups rotate to final stations
Friday *Camp Concludes at 3pm
9-10am Press Conference with Villanova Basketball players
10-1pm Leave for tour of the LINC
1-2pm Lunch
2-3pm Camp Concludes
*Overnight activites include wiffle ball, basketball, beach volleyball, and Camden Riversharks game
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Past Celebrity Camp Vists

Michael Barkann, Neil Hartman, Gregg Murphy, Ray Didinger – Comcast SportsNet anchors
Marc Zumoff– Sixers
Jim Jackson– Flyers
Sal Paolantonio– ESPN
Glen Macnow and Paul Jolovitz – 610 WIP hosts
John Clark– NBC-10
Dave Spadaro –
Mike Missanelli and Brian Seltzer – 97.5 The Fanatic
Sal Paolantonio – ESPN
Joe Staczek – FOX-29 Sports Anchor
Joe Lunardi – ESPN Bracketologist
Jerrold Colton – Sports Agent
Scott Graham-ESPN/Eagles PBP
Jeff Skversky-ABC Sports Director


Winston Justice – Eagles
Omar Gaither – Eagles
Jon Runyan – Eagles
Lou Williams – SIxers
Jeremy Bloom – Olympic Skier and former Eagle
Villanova Basketball players
Lavoy Allen-76ers Center