Bob Kesling is the University of Tennessee's Director of Broadcasting and has been the Vols' play-by-play announcer since 1999. Kesling is shown with Vol Network color announcer Bert Bertelkamp (r).
|Director of Broadcasting at the University of Tennessee...Lead announcer on the Vol Network...Four-time Tennessee sportscaster of the year...1999 play-by-play and reporter for Jefferson-Pilot Sports SEC television package...1980-1999 sports director at WBIR-TV in Knoxville.|
|Big Orange Broadcasting Camp gives students a hands-on look at sports broadcasting taught by some of the nation's top Sportscasters.|
Each student will learn how to do play-by-play announcing. In the studio, students have the opportunity to sharpen TV anchoring skills. Plus, everyone, will learn to produce and edit TV packages.
The Big Orange Broadcasting Camp will be conducted on campus at the University of Tennessee College of Communications. Camp participants will use the latest TV and radio equipment and technology.
Daily activities will center on preparation, practice, lectures, demonstrations, and opportunities to use newly acquired skills in actual broadcast conditions.
|Check-in is at 4:30 pm on June 13 and check-out is at 12:00 pm on June 16. Registration Form|
|The Big Orange Broadcasting Camp is open to High School age students and above. |
|All students will stay in air-conditioned dormitories on the UT campus. Two students will share each room. There will be counselors staying in the dorms at all times. Students should bring towels, toiletries, pillows, and sheets for a single bed.|
|The camp fee is $715. This covers all cost of housing, food, video tapes, transportation, and facilities. Also included is an insurance package. Student health facilities are readily accessible.|
A $200 deposit is due with this registration form. The remaining balance is due at or before check in time on June 13, 2006. The deposit will not be refunded if there is a cancellation.
|Regular school clothes will be acceptable for class work. For TV stand-ups, set work and packages, a coat and tie for males and a business look for females would be appropriate if students would want to use tapes for resume purposes. |
No additional equipment is needed.
|University of Tennessee|
UTAD PO Box 15016
Knoxville, TN 37901
ATTN: Broadcasting Camp
For camp information contact Bob Kesling at 865-974-9619.