Testimonials

"I am so grateful for the incredible opportunity to work with such talented people. This camp was an unforgettable experience that taught me many valuable lessons and helped me find my voice."

“Thank you so much for all your hard work to make the camp the best you could and for teaching me some very important lessons about broadcasting and life.” 

"When our son enrolled in the Bruce Beck Sports Broadcasting Camp, little did we know how profound a decision this was. At your hands, he improved and thrived and became driven to succeed at his passion."

“I am blown away by all who work tirelessly to create such a beneficial real-world broadcasting environment. From the amazing guest interviews to the on camera sportscasts - this camp is truly run to perfection.”

"I just want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything. I truly enjoyed my week and I am confident enough to say that I am a better broadcaster because of it."

"Our son had the chance to hone his skills over the past four years  by attending your sports broadcasting camp. You and your team challenged him, not only to be a better sports broadcaster, but a better person."

Sacred Heart of Greenwich Senior
Horace Mann High School Graduate
Parent of Staples High School Graduate
Somers High School Senior
Friends Academy Long Island Senior
Parent of New Canaan High School Graduate
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ESPN’s KidsCast Is Back! 2021 MLB Little League Classic Presented By Geico Coverage To Include KidsCast Alternate Presentation on August 22

ESPN’s KidsCast Is Back! 2021 MLB Little League Classic Presented By Geico Coverage To Include KidsCast Alternate Presentation on August 22

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Amid pandemic, Bruce Beck takes Westchester-based broadcasting camp virtual

Amid pandemic, Bruce Beck takes Westchester-based broadcasting camp virtual

As someone who has been on countless live broadcasts, Bruce Beck understands things don't always unfold as planned. Not surprisingly, the longtime NBC sports anchor wasn't afraid to tap into that familiarity with improvisation.

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