So, you have a Facebook page and a Twitter account. Now what? You can start posting and tweeting but with a little strategic thinking you can make the most of each platform to build your brand and communicate your message effectively. Here are some thought-starters on how best to use each of the primary social media networks.
You don’t have to be part of a professioanal sports team to attract and engage an audience on Twitter. To be successful all you need to do is have a consistent voice, engage with your fans and post information your followers want.
Robert Sherman, now a sophomore at DePauw University, is one of the many School Broadcast Program students that has successfully transitioned his extensive high school announcing experience to collegiate athletics.
The 2015-2016 school year has finally arrived after a summer full of vacations, sports camps, lazy mornings and zero alarm clocks. School starting again means sweaty football practices, marching band rehersals, homework overload and getting back into the swing of school. This year at the NFHS Network, we have over 100 new School Broadcast Programs joining the network as of May 2015.
The 2015 Broadcast Academy Awards were presented to the winners and finalists at this year's Broadcast Academy in Atlanta, Ga. on July 18! There were seven different awards presented to students, teachers and broadcast programs. The selection committee narrowed down hundreds of entries to select three finalists for each award. The winners were then announced during the LIVE awards show on July 18. Check out all the winners and finalits for the first ever Broadcast Academy Awards:
The inaugural 2015 Broadcast Academy was held July 17-19 in Atlanta, Ga. at the Westin Hotel and Conference Center. Over 100 students and teachers from 21 different states attended the three day academy. All attendees participated in interactive, hands-on workshops that taught students valuable production, broadcast and reporting skills. High school broadcast students were able to gain experience in LIVE broadcast situations and were also able to share their knowledge of high school sports and news productions.
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