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  • SVN Sports Broadcasting

    Welcome to our 5th edition with 32 New Articles!

    New articles and case studies to help you prepare your students .

  • Anchoring / Play by Play

    3 New Articles on Delivery, Presentation and Style

    The challenge is to present material in a way that engages the audience and sets you apart from your competition.

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  • Production / Broadcast

    25 New Articles and 2 New sub-categories: Audio and Streaming

    The basics you need to plan and produce quality broadcasts for your school, your athletic department, your students and your viewers.

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  • Reporting / Writing

    Broadcast Sports Writing

    While print reporters mainly concern themselves with words, broadcasters must take into consideration words, video, and sound.

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  • Case Studies

    3 New Case Studies and Articles

    Real-world examples of the concepts presented in SVN Sports Broadcasting.

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Audio in Sports - A Special Section

The crack of the bat. The rising voice of the excited announcer.

The group sigh or adulation from a sellout crowd in the middle of a playoff game. The song that has carried a team through to the championship. The sights of all these moments are only partially complete without the audio that goes along with them. The sounds of an event can give the audience a greater sense of the space of the event and add many layers of dramatic quality to the overall storytelling nature of sports.

   

 

 

Whatever we hear from an event is in the domain of audio: announcers, music, sound effects, the crowd, or anything that makes noise. The role of audio during an event or show is critical because it adds to the content that is presented. While the medium of television is thought of as primarily visual, the sound that accompanies the pictures is another character or voice that helps tell the story of an event. The people running the show behind the scenes have critical jobs to bring those sounds to life and deliver them to the ears of the viewers or listeners.

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