Panthers press release
Sports & Entertainment announced today that the Florida Panthers will hold a Broadcasting School on Nov. 7 from 7-9pm at the
Center. Limited space is available to children of season seat owners and sponsors ranging from ages 12 to 21.
"We are excited to have students learn about what goes into a typical game-day in the hockey broadcasting world," said VP of Broadcasting and radio play-by-play commentator Randy Moller. "Students will be able to see those aspects of the business firsthand and engage in interactive experiences."
Students will get many opportunities to learn about Panthers television, radio, social media, and game presentation. Students will be able to direct a "live" FS Florida segment with Steve Goldstein and
as well as a "live" broadcast with Kevin Rogers from the WQAM radio booth. They will also get a tour of the production studio and equipment and be able to conduct an intermission interview with a former player. Finally, students will learn how
team websites are strategically created and how social media plays a huge part in fan communications and promotions.
The instructors will include Randy Moller (VP of Broadcasting/ radio play-by-play commentator), Steve Goldstein (Panthers TV play-by-play commentator), Bill Lindsay (Panthers TV analyst), Kevin Rogers (Panthers radio pre-game, intermission, and post-game host), Pete Soto (Sr. Director of Presentation and Production), Glenn Odebralski (Sr. Manager of Panthers website and social media department) and Brett Rowley (Graduate of the Connecticut School of Broadcasting).