JOURNALISm, BROADCASTING and EVENTS management
So you love sports BUT, you don't see yourself as an athlete. We have the perfect option for you - Sports Journalism, Broadcasting and Event Management will be an exciting area of study for you.
Yes, there is a wee bit of classroom study you will need but the majority of the class is about DOING IT! There are many roles to play in this exciting field and you will have the opportunity to experience many or all of them depending on what you want to experience. We will be developing our own Youth Sports Magazine, Launching our own Youth Sports Broadcasting Channel via the web and will be creating and hosting actual youth sports events and inviting people from around the globe to come to our games. As well, we will be attending the United World Games in Austria annually and you will have the chance to meet over 7,000 youth athletes from around the globe. Sounds exciting? It is! Let's get this started!!
Love meeting new people, traveling, asking questions, writing and comfortable speaking in front of people? Not yet, but would love to experience it? What we will teach you will open a whole new world to you and put you front and center in the world of Youth and Sports.
Lights, Camera, Action! Always wanted to be in front of the camera? Or perhaps you love the production side of things? Well you can safely try them both and see where you flourish the most. Its a team environment to get this show produced and every job is important.
sports events management
Do you have an eye for detail, can multitask, love creating and taking a concept, and seeing it come to life? If you can stay calm, think outside of the box and be innovative, then Sports Events Management will be just what you are looking for.
As President of Crown City Network (CCN), Tami DeVine creates fresh, exciting content for Television, Internet and Film. With headquarters in West Covina, near Los Angeles, CA, Crown City Network is a Television and online streaming network with full service production capabilities.
CCN produces TV shows of all genres, commercials, promotional videos seen around the world for major companies and cities, public service announcements, and event, sports, and talent videos. CCN produces Crown City News, CCN Sunrise, Tami's Take and more programs. CCN is the parent company of the International Media Training Center (IMTC), which provides training and career development opportunities for those with a desire to work in TV.
Tami has worked and created content for Broadcast Network Affiliates including ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX affiliates. She has interviewed Vice Presidents, Governors, Members of Congress, Celebrities, Pro Athletes and Musicians, Astronauts, State and Local Dignitaries, and many other news makers.
Tami provides Broadcast TV consultation internationally, restructuring news departments to develop smooth operation of newscasts and grow viewership. Tami is also an Expert Media Trainer who teaches aspiring Journalists internationally to find stories, conduct interviews, and shoot, write, edit, and deliver live news on a professional, broadcast level. Tami has numerous success stories of launching trainees into their dream careers. Many have found jobs at major employers including CNN, Reuters, National Geographic, ABC 7, Good Morning America, top 50 Broadcast Network Affiliates, TV Markets around the country, and many other places after training with Tami.
Some of the on-camera and behind-the-scenes skills they'll learn include:
1) TV News Reporting
2) TV News Writing & Producing
4) Video Editing
5) On-Camera Vocal Delivery
6) Professional Dress and Makeup for TV News
7) Proper Interview Technique
8) Magazine writing, editing and publishing
9) And More!
The shows and stories the students create might even run on Broadcast Television reaching 18 million viewers in 7 Southern California counties and stream online in the US and New Zealand. This is valuable TV Journalism experience and exposure in the 2nd largest TV News Market that many professionals would love to have! Students can include this on their resumes and will look great if they decide to pursue a career in Broadcast Journalism. They'll be head and shoulders above their competition!