I’m pondering this. I think the sportscaster position is more a kingmaker’s position. Generally, sportscasters aren’t necessarily great at their jobs. They aren’t really self-motivated to do well.
Why don’t they do well? It is a commodity job. I look at people who break into sports, and the vast majority will do so through sportscasting. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but I just think the setup is not healthy for the long term.
There are plenty of them. There aren’t any good ones. When I see great players breaking in, I’m also thinking, “Who will replace them?” There’s also not a lot of longevity in sportscasting.
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In television, there are always people who want to be sportscasters. The position is very attractive because it’s public.
You get to go on television and talk about sports. But on top of that, there’s very little financial gain. So, you have this nice job where it’s great for your family and people to pay you a lot of money to do it, but there’s no real road map to success.
I remember doing a variety show, and I started making money doing it. I was also doing commercials, and at the time it was kind of a nice career path. It got to the point where I was doing so many TV shows and commercials that I never had to work another day in my life.
This is going to sound harsh, but I think it’s easier to succeed in television if you are attractive and fun.
I’m not saying you have to be ugly or unattractive to get a job in television, but if you’re a serious reporter, it’s difficult to get noticed by the network.
There are so many people who are on television. I’ve done a lot of work for ESPN, and I’ve been on a lot of shows. I’ve had many, many jobs offer. But when you compare the pay to sports, I just think it’s worth it.If I were to take a gamble on one sportscaster breaking in, it would be Joe Buck. The only reason I say that is because he had a great personality and he was a good worker. He was a really good fit for ESPN’s NBA coverage, which was terrible.