Being Coachable

Here’s what we don’t know as aspiring broadcasters, being coachable matters. It’s the greatest lesson I’ve learned from working with a variety of ex-athletes hoping to turn to broadcasting. Those of us who didn’t have the skill set to play in the big games or are merely heading into a world of journalism without the […]

#ReelStories: Joey Heinauer Takes on the Big Leagues

TWO #ReelStories in ONE week?! That’s right!! Reel Media Group has taken off in the past few weeks, with reels being shot across the country every week. And not only have we been shooting more reels, but we’ve also been shooting BETTER reels, thanks to our partnerships with the Poynter Institute and Vocal Awareness! Thanks […]

#ReelStories: Yana Aronova, Our First Poynter Grad!

This week’s #ReelStories features Yana Aronova, our FIRST student to shoot a reel through our “News University” course available at Poynter Institute! The self-directed course, entitled “Build Your Career in TV Broadcasting,” provides students an introduction to the basics of broadcast journalism, including how to prepare a script, tips for writing for broadcast, how to […]

#ReelStories: Julie Tate Takes Nebraska

Another week, another success story! This week’s #ReelStories features Julie Tate, a recent Baylor grad who just shot her reel with us in LA this past September. Julie flew in from Texas to work with RMG Coach and KTLA Reporter Kareen Wynter, spending two days in the City of Angels working on her reporter reel… […]

#ReelStories: Valerie Juarez Takes on the Midwestern Market!

Another CONGRATULATIONS are in order for Valerie Jaurez, who just landed a Reporter/Producer position at KHGI/KFXL covering the Lincoln-Kearney-Hastings region of Nebraska! Valerie will be starting in mid-November, and will be an MMJ three days a week and a producer on the weekends! #Throwback to when Valerie shot her reel with RMG Coach Christina Pascucci […]

#BramsBlog: Can We Rig Something?

So Donald Trump thinks the election is rigged. The “liberal media” is out to ensure that he does not win the White House. That’s an interesting concept based in fictitious logic but OK, let’s explore it anyway since he is as outside the establishment candidate as the electorate has ever considered for the Oval Office. […]

#ReelStories: Maren Siu Heads to Montana!

CONGRATULATIONS are in order for RMG vet Maren ‘Mei Mei’ Siu! Mei Mei just shot her reel with us in NYC this past March, and thanks to our Job Catalyst Program has just landed a position with ABC FOX Montana! Of her experience with Reel Media, Mei Mei states, “Not being a journalism/broadcasting major entering […]

#BramsBlog: Reverence and Devastation – Death in Sports Can Be Both

This past Monday was an unusually sad day in the world of sports, having lost two verifiable stars. But the passing of golf legend Arnold Palmer and Marlins ace pitcher Jose Fernandez are almost impossible to compare, which led to an interesting day of coverage for sports broadcasters. Palmer was 87, having lived an incomparable […]

RMG in ATL!

This past weekend RMG’s Stephanie Siegel and Bram Weinstein took to ATLANTA for our second Sports Broadcasting Bootcamp, where they worked with NBA Legends Rod Higgins, Theo Ratliff, Dale Ellis, Cedric Henderson, and Mamadou Ndiaye as they embark on their sportscasting careers! Stephanie, Bram, and the Legends were joined by Arthur Joseph via Skype to […]

Where Has Bram Been?

You may have noticed #BramsBlog¬†has been on a hiatus here at Reel Media lately… Here’s why! Bram Weinstein has been busy hosting his own show (tune in weekdays from 11-1 on ESPN 980!), so here are five things you need to know about ‘The Bram Weinstein Show’! Make sure to watch out for the return […]