Sport Empathy and Acceptance: Those Stories, Plus a Long Conversation With Adam Amin

15:50  30 october  2020
15:50  30 october  2020 Source:   thebiglead.com

How the pandemic gave Adam Amin a glimpse into the future of broadcasting

  How the pandemic gave Adam Amin a glimpse into the future of broadcasting A Q&A with Adam Amin on broadcasting in a pandemic, calling games in VR, and where the industry is headed.Amin has been has busy as ever since the pandemic started. He left ESPN to take a job with FOX, landed the play-by-play gig with his hometown Chicago Bulls, called playoff baseball, NFL football, and NBA games in the bubble in VR. We sat down with the 33-year-old to talk about how the pandemic has changed his industry, what the future of broadcasting looks like, and the advice he’d give to young people aspiring to get into the business.

The versatile Adam Amin joined Fox Sports in July after ascending up ESPN's impressively crowded depth chart over a number of years. He jumped in with both feet, calling MLB games before getting his first opportunity to call the NFL.

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In a free-ranging, hour-long conversation, Amin, the son of Pakistani immigrants, told The Big Lead how he deals with the racist vitriol he receives online, looks back on the path that brought him here, revisits an old Sports Night podcast, and clarifies what system settings he used when playing hockey video games in the 1990s.

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