SportscasterLife

By sportscasters, for sportscasters.

Free and premium resources for aspiring and professional sports broadcasters

Created by sportscasters, for sportscasters.

Sportscaster Life provides free and premium resources for sports broadcasters all over the world to improve their talents, develop new skills and become well-rounded members of the sports media community.

Sportscaster Scorebooks

Designed by sportscasters, for sportscasters. Scorebooks specifically made for play-by-play announcers to easily track, score and recap their games without losing focus on the action. Available for baseball, hockey, football and basketball broadcasters.

Feature Articles

Say the Damn Score Profiles The Life

Those who know me know that talking about myself is one of my favourite subjects…and that any opportunity for a bit of publicity is well received. Those who know this site will know how much of a fan we are of Logan Anderson and Say the Damn Score. Logan beautifully…

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Phil Giubileo’s Blog Offers Great Advice

Thanks to a recent post in the STAA Forums on hockey broadcasting, I got reminded of a fantastic resource from a very very good broadcaster. Phil Giubileo is the play-by-play announcer for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, the AHL affiliate of the New York Islanders. His website, http://www.playbyplay.biz serves both as…

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Sportscaster Life Scorebooks

Why Use Our Scorebooks?

Sportscaster Life offers a full suite of scorebooks specifically designed for sports broadcasters.

Each scorebook is created by sportscasters, for sportscasters and are the result of a collective decades worth of experience calling a wide variety of sports.

Whether a seasoned pro, or new to the industry, Sportscaster Life’s scorebooks provide a quick, seamless way to track the game you’re calling…while keeping your focus on the game you’re calling .

Scorebook Special Features

Every Sportscaster Life scorebook comes with a dedicated, refined design packed full of special features designed to help sportscasters call their best game.

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