Call of the Game: What Really Goes on in the Broadcast Booth

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Bonus Books, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 263 pages
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How many times have you listened to play-by-play on television and thought, "I could do that job"? Gary Bender tells you what it takes to get into sportscasting -- and how to improve. He details the preparation required before entering the broadcast booth, the interaction of the production crew during a broadcast, and the play-by-play announcer's role in a sportscast.

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Johnson is widely recognized as a leading expert of dizziness, fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, and chronic pain by having successfully treated thousands of patients suffering from these conditions. Dr. Johnson has been practicing chiropractic neurologist for over 21 years and has accumulated 3800 hours in post-doctorate education. al therapy in one facility. His medical, chiropractic, physical therapy clinics have been on the cutting edge of the health care industry. Dr. Johnson has been a guest on many radio and TV shows and he has been featured in a number of newspaper and magazine articles. Dr. Johnson lives with his wife, Michele, and their 5 children in N.E. Wisconsin. While running 3 offices in Appleton, Green Bay, and Manitowoc WI., he is currently working on his second book which is entitled " What Do You Do When the Medications Don't Work?--A Non-Drug Treatment of Arthritis.

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