Posted Date: April 29, 2015
So you think you can announce on live-stream during Cynosport®
Long-time, play-by-play announcer for the Cynosport® World Games, Julie Daniels, plans to be competing at this year's event in Murfreesboro, TN. Unfortunately, this means she will likely not able to provide her expert, technical analysis during some or all of the live-stream of each tournament finals.
Julie will be a tough act to follow, but we know there are other, talented people out there just waiting for their big break.
If you'd like to show us what you've got and provide technical analysis for the 2015 Cynosport® World Games during the live-stream, we'd like to hear from you. Remember, this is for technical course and handling analyses, not color commentary.
- Person cannot be entered in the 2015 Cynosport® World Games.
- Person must have a minimum of 3 years of extensive experience in dog agility competition and/or training and be able to demonstrate their ability to recognize techniques used during live performances.
- Person must have good, clear, and concise communication skills.
- Submit a continuous video sample of a live course analysis during a USDAA competition. The competition can be at a local or Regional event.
- Videos should be a minimum of 7 minutes and maximum of 10 minutes in length.
- The video should not be edited in any manner. The goal of the video is to demonstrate one's ability to clearly and concisely analyze the course challenges and handling choices during each run and how one can professionally fill the down times between runs.
Entries are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and must contain the following:
- Your name
- Email address
- Day time phone number
- Name and date of video sample
- An embedded link to your video sample (no attachments please)
Entries must be received by midnight, July 15, 2015 Pacific Daylight Time and agree to the following:
- All submissions become the property of USDAA to use and/or appropriate his/her name or other indicia of identity for USDAAs internal use, including transmission or distribution in any format or media known now or in the future, including but not limited to any distribution on the Internet.
- All submissions are acknowledgment and release to United States Dog Agility Association, Inc. and its affiliates, representatives, agents and assigns from any claim or cause of action for invasion of the rights of privacy, right of publicity, right of personality or any similar right.
We thank Julie for her hard work and dedication to USDAA for her past years of service and volunteerism and wish her the best of luck during this year's pursuits at Cynosport® 2015!