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  • Becoming a sports analyst requires more than just understanding the athletic industry. Because most broadcasting jobs require a bachelor’s degree, the first part of your training will be in the classroom. Choose a school that has a reputable journalism department and can give you a marketable degree that stands out on a resume. Texas Christian, Penn State or Indiana University,

Internships are a valuable part of training to be a sports analyst. As an intern, you learn the ropes at an actual station and observe the daily lives of those who hold the jobs you are pursuing. College professors and journalism departments can help you find internships and will work.
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