Over the course of my semester-long internship with Monumental Sports & Entertainment, I have gathered many of the broadcasts I have conducted throughout the last eight months in order to craft my latest demo reel.
My reel highlights consist of my experiences interning in DC with Monumental Sports and Baltimore’s Fox 45. Additionally, there are several clips of a sports show I created in high school: Voices of Bethlehem. VOB allows me to bring in Bethlehem Central High School’s standout athletes for interviews on BCN-TV in my hometown of Bethlehem, NY. Lastly, there’s also a clip from the 2015 President’s Cup Showcase at Camden Yards that features a WLOY Loyola Radio interview of mine with Baltimore City Council President Jack Young.
Putting together my reel in a way I’m proud to share with others could not have been possible without the assistance of several members of the Monumental Sports staff. Lucas Lovett and Dan Nolan have gone above and beyond for me this semester and I can’t thank them enough for their generosity. I have certainly learned to appreciate the life of a busy professional in this business. Lucas and Dan always seem to set aside time to ensure I’m getting back what I put into this internship.
Last Friday, I went ahead and submitted my reel to be considered for the Jim Nantz Award, which honors the nation’s top collegiate sportscaster.
I’d appreciate your feedback or ideas. Check out my demo reel below: