$200 for a five-hour radio-sports-broadcasting camp led by a current sports broadcaster (a $400 value)
- Learn radio writing, show preparation, and basic control-room operation
- Participate in an in-studio roundtable show
- Leave with a 20-minute radio show recorded on CD, DVD, or USB
College of Sports Media
Expert instructors who work in sports media. The same radio software that's used at The FAN 590. On-air practice sessions. Newsrooms managed by students. These are just a handful of the myriad perks that await those who study at College of Sports Media. Here, students gain hands-on skills in their chosen field, whether they want to be a recognizable voice on sports radio or a famous face on sports television.