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Published On: Tue, Nov 26th, 2013

Dream Job Challenge: Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Reportero At The World Cup?

This is part of a compensated campaign with Latina Mom Bloggers and ESPN DEPORTES. However, all opinions expressed are my own.

Dream-Job-LogoSoccer Fans… This one is for you…

So I found out a few days ago that ESPN Deportes, for the third year in a row is giving aspiring sports journalists across the nation the chance to compete for the opportunity to serve as a social media reporter for ESPN Deportes in Brazil. Unlike previous years, they decided to make the casting a bit more “social”. You read that right…This year’s search will be driven by social media participation and supplemented by TV studio programs, the network’s top soccer talent, ESPNDeportes.com and ESPN Deportes Radio.

That means that YOU have an opportunity to submit your audition videos if sports reporting is your #DreamJob

Now, I admittedly know almost nothing about Soccer (although I did play for a Dorado municipal team  in Puerto Rico circa  1983) but I do know that this opportunity would appeal to quite a few of my friends, listeners and readers.

You mean the world to me so I have decided to promote this campaign and enlist fellow blogger Zay Zay and share a video he posted last week when this challenge was announced.

As a seasoned Reportero himself…  in this video he gives you some valuable tips on how to make your dream of becoming a ESPN Reportero a reality.

Check it out…

Now you got the inside scoop on how to make this video stand out…

Your challenge, should you choose to accept it is a video that;

 Presents a report on the implementation of the goal review. Who is for it, and who’s against it? What’s the big controversy?

Time limit for the video is 1 minute.

All contestants from across the nation can participate by uploading their video submissions by December 16 at www.espndeportes.com/dreamjob. Beginning November 4, there will be six weekly challenges issued and eight finalists selected by December 20

Contestants will be judged by ESPN’s top sports commentators and production group on four main criteria: soccer knowledge, on-camera presence, reporting style and social media grasp.

The eight finalists will compete in various challenges and weekly online assignments; there will be several rounds of eliminations.

The winner will be announced on April 15, 2014.

More details on the contest and key dates can be found on http://espndeportes.com/dreamjob and make sure that you connect with them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DreamJobEspn

Get working on your video before the clock runs out… remember you are trying to get your DREAM JOB… timing is everything!

 

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Dream Job Challenge: Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Reportero At The World Cup?