21st Annual Sports Broadcasting Camp
Montclair State University
July 18-22, 2022

Network-Level Teachers and Guest Speakers
$795 per Student
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  • $795 per student + $19.88 in fees

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The Nation's Premier Sports Broadcasting Camp!

The Sports Broadcasting Camp is the longest running sportscasting camp in the country, established in 2001. Our next camp from July 18-22, 2022 will be conducted at Montclair State University's School of Communication TV and Radio Studios. The camp is intended for students ages 12-19.


Over the last 20 years we have hosted a "who's who" of leading national and local sportscasters as our teachers, team captains, and guest speakers (list below). Our programs are a perfect mix of actually recording sports broadcast projects and learning the tricks of the trade from sportscast industry leaders.

Some projects students may produce include:

  • Announce a Somerset Patriots minor league baseball game
    Sportstalk radio shows

  • FOX/ESPN-type big event pre-game shows with a panel

  • Play-by-play and color commentary of games

  • Writing and delivering a nightly sportscast on-camera using TelePrompter

  • TV Interviews in one-on-one and press conference settings

  • On-camera show opens

  • And more….

Our History

In 2001, former college sports information director and corporate PR director David Siroty founded The Sports Broadcasting Camp.  For the first 15 years, we were known as the Bruce Beck and Ian Eagle Sports Broadcasting Camp and the event was held one week every summer at the Yogi Berra Museum in Little Falls, New Jersey.  Bruce and Ian did phenomenal work with our campers and worked long and hard to provide them with inside knowledge and broadcast skills.  We then transitioned to the Chris Carrino and Tim Capstraw Sports Broadcasting Camp, partnering with the Brooklyn Nets radio announcers.  For two years, we operated in the gorgeous state-of-the-art studios at Montclair State University's School of Communication and Media.  When the pandemic hit, we pivoted successfully to the virtual world. In 2020 and 2021, Dave Popkin joined Tim Capstraw, Craig D'Amico, Sam Kuperman, and friends for various online sessions, which were met with rave reviews from students and parents.  In 2022, we attempt to go back in-person at the state-of-the-art Montclair State University TV and radio studios, providing campers with a first-class experience. Onward we go, training the sportscasters of the future!


Paul Dottino – NY Giants radio/WFAN beat reporter

Tina Cervasio – FOX 5 NY

Joel Godett – ESPNU (former camper)

Justin Shackil – SiriusXM anchor/NY Yankees on-field host (former camper)

Robin Deehan – News12 New Jersey

Tom Coughlin – former NY Giants coach

Ken Daneyko – NJ Devils TV/MSG

Frank Isola – YES/ESPN/SiriusXM

Gary Apple – SNY

Sweeny Murti – WFAN/YES

Bob Lorenz – YES

Chris Burns – CBS Sports producer

Yogi Berra – late, great Baseball Hall of Famer

Adam Amin – FOX/Chicago Bulls

Bill Herenda – iHeart Media

Many, many more

Ian Eagle – CBS/YES

Kenny Albert - FOX

Sarah Kustok – FS1/YES

Gary Cohen – SNY/Westwood One

Chris Carrino – Brooklyn Nets radio/Compass Radio Network

Kevin Burkhardt - FOX

Bob Wischusen – ESPN TV and NY Jets radio

Matt Loughlin – NJ Devils Radio

Sam Rosen – MSG/FOX

Jenna Wolfe – ABC

Ed Cohen – NY Knicks Radio/MSG

Craig D’Amico – Northeast Conference on ESPN3

John Fanta – BIG EAST/FOX/Cleveland Indians reporter

Evan Roberts – WFAN radio host

Michael Grady – YES Network

Ben Wagner – Toronto Blue Jays

Dave Sims – FOX/Seattle Mariners


Camp Guest Speakers have included:


Longtime Camp Director Dave Popkin will teach the Advanced class for returnees. Popkin has called games on over a dozen national TV and radio national networks. He is in his 19th year on the Seton Hall Basketball radio team, is the Voice of Northeast Conference hoops on CBS Sports Network and SNY, calls select Buffalo Bisons Triple A baseball games on ESPN 1520, college soccer and baseball on FS1, and various sports on ESPN3/ESPN+. He has also been an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University. 


Longtime Brooklyn Nets WFAN radio color commentator Tim Capstraw will again be a lead teacher. He has significant TV experience on NBA TV, YES, MSG, CBS Sports Network, and more. Capstraw is a former Division I player and head coach in both basketball and baseball at Wagner College. Tim's youth coaching and camp experience and upbeat personality make a great connection with the students. He has been an adjunct professor at St. John's University.


Noah Eagle - Los Angeles Clippers - Radio play-by-play

Scott Braun - MLB Network & NHL Network host

Justin Shackil - NY Yankees on-field host; SiriusXm Radio\MadDog Radio; Westwood One Sports; DiBella boxing broadcaster; NBA International

Katie Corrado - PIX11, New York - News anchor and reporter  

Joel Godett - ESPNU; Ball State Athletics - Play-by-play

Greg Brzozowski - ABC4 News, Charleston - Anchor

Kevin Barry - WEWS, Cleveland - Reporter

Mia O’Brien - WTLV/WJXX Jacksonville, First Coast News - Sports Anchor/Reporter

Brian Clark - ABC News - radio correspondent and reporter; NY Yankees on-field host

Jesse Kirsch - ABC7 Chicago - Reporter

Jay Altar - ESPN - play-by-play announcer

Anthony Bonelli - Sportswriter -

Kevin Belbey - The Montag Group - agent; Boeheim’s Army: The Basketball Tournament - GM

Mike Cantor - Fox 29 Philadelphia - Associate Producer

Steven Tydings - MLB Digital - Coordinator

Mark Sell - Rutgers University, RVision multimedia specialist 

Jon Alba - News 13 in Orlando, Spectrum Sports 360 

Matt Leland - San Francisco 49ers - network coordinator; KNBR - Associate Producer

Matthew Stucko - YES Network - Content Creator

Reed Keller - New Jersey Jackals radio announcer

Brandon Robinson - MSG host;

Craig D’Amico - Northeast Conference play-by-play announcer/host

Jeff Parles - VSIN - on-air personality 

John Nolan - Fort Wayne Tincaps radio voice; Fort Wayne basketball announcer