South Florida

Upcoming: June 11-15, 2018

Florida Atlantic 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 Miami Heat announcer Eric Reid
11am-12pm Interactive Activity
12pm-1pm Lunch
1pm-3pm Interactive Activity
3pm-4pm ESPN radio host Josh Cohen
9am-4pm Campers split into groups by age and rotate between making sports anchor tapes in OWL TV’s studio, sports talk radio shows in the radio booth, using the Play-by-Play machine voicing over highlights, and reporting tapes on campus. Group 2 will be making play by play tapes of the NBA finals, World Series, and Super Bowl, as well as our famous camp trivia contest.
Groups will switch after lunch.
9am-10am Panthers announcer Randy Moller visits
10am-12pm Campers split into groups by age and rotate between our camp PTI contest and sports scattegories.  Group 2 will be at OWL TV on camera making “In Your Face” and NFL preview shows as well as sports talk radio shows inside the radio booth, voicing over ESPN top 10 plays, and Stump the Schwab.

Groups rotate after lunch.

* We will have a press conference with Dolphins TE Michael Egnew

2pm-4pm Tour of Camden Yards
9am-4pm Leave for a tour of Roger Dean Stadium and then play-by-play at the Jupiter Hammerheads game.
Friday *Camp Concludes at 3pm
9-10am Sports Feud
10am-11am CBS12 Spots Director Matthew Lincoln
11am-12pm Interactive Activity
12pm-1pm Lunch
2pm-3pm Sports Jeopardy
1pm-3pm Camp Concludes
*Overnight activities include Wiffle Ball, basketball, Watching your Heat in the finals, etc