March 4, 2012 in Daily Bulletin
Liz Mullen took a look at the work-life of those that have built a career in sports broadcasting. Some of the highlights of her report include:
- The day begins at 5:30am when the broadcasters first arrive at the studio. It ends about 12 hours later.
- The top broadcasters make a salary of around $5 million.
- Ex-coaches say that the travel schedule for broadcasters is more hectic than the schedule for coaches.
- Broadcasters also struggle with the idea of having to criticize their former teammates and colleagues.
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Source: Sports Business Daily
Via: Newmark’s Door