News & Events

  • Aug, 2011

    NEWS ARTICLE: A NEW CROP OF SPORTS JOURNALISTS IN THE WINGS

    If it seems there are more TV reporters and cameras around the Rexall Centre for this year’s Rogers Cup events, you’re not imagining it — there are.

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  • Jul. 11, 2011

    NEWS ARTICLE: INSIDE THE COLLEGE OF SPORTS MEDIA

    The College of Sports Media is a modest private career college in a city overcome by ostentatious post-secondary education.

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  • Mar. 6, 2008

    NEWS ARTICLE: COLLEGE OF SPORTS MEDIA TRAINS NEXT GENERATION

    Canada’s newest college offers course to students with passion for sports!

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  • Mar. 2, 2008

    NEWS ARTICLE: BROADCASTING SCHOOL WITH A TWIST – THE TORONTO STAR

    Jim Van Horne sits behind the desk, papers in front of him, his familiar baritone delivering every word with authority.

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  • Feb. 1, 2008

    NEWS ARTICLE: COLLEGE OF SPORTS BROADCASTING OPEN

    Calling it "a dream come true", David Lanys opened the doors of the new College of Sports Media to its first student enrollees, embarking on a comprehensive program of career training for the next generation of sports broadcasting professionals.

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  • Jan. 30, 2008

    NEWS ARTICLE: NEWS ARTICLE: PRICEY COLLEGE SPORTS CELEBS.

    The first Canadian private college devoted to teaching sports broadcasting will open its Toronto doors to the first stream of 15 students, this Monday..

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  • Nov. 21, 2007

    NEWS ARTICLE: THE COLLEGE OF SPORTS MEDIA OFFICIALLY KICKED OFF WITH A NEWS CONFERENCE FEATURING JIM VAN HORNE AND MANY OTHER RENOWNED NAMES IN BROADCASTING.

    The Metro says this seems to be anything but your average sports casting school.

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  • Nov. 20, 2007

    NEWS ARTICLE: SCHOOL FOR JOCKS – THE GLOBE AND MAIL

    The College of Sports Media in downtown Toronto was officially announced yesterday. The new school will offer a two-year diploma course on sports broadcasting.

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  • Nov. 19, 2007

    Video Clip: First Local Reports on the College of Sports Media See footage from the college and hear First Local interview College President David Lanys.

    The story starts about 1/5th through the entire clip

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  • Nov. 14, 2007

    News article: Who wants to be a Sports Broadcaster?

    So you think you can be a sportscaster, eh?
    Read what Metro News has to say about the industry buzz surrounding the College of Sports Media and their upcoming Launch Day Press Conference.

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  • Nov. 10, 2007

    News article: Audio Visual specialists Videoscope outfit the College of Sports Media.

    Read to find out how Videoscope helped the College set a new standard for the latest, most advanced equipment and technology offered to students.

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  • Nov. 09, 2007

    The College of Sports Media Partners with Toronto’s Professional Sports Franchises for Charity.

    The College of Sports Media is proud to work together with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Argonauts charitable foundations. Twice a month in the summer time The College of Sports Media will open its doors for the charitable arms of the major sports franchises in the GTA.

    Groups of kids, youths and young adults will have the opportunity to become broadcasters for a day. They will anchor on the studio desk, be the play-by-play voice of previously recorded games, provide analysis, host radio round-tables, perform radio sports updates utilizing Canadian Press wire service and have access to the entire facility.

The College of Sports Media Charity Partners:

Leafs Fund

Raptors Foundation

Jays Care Foundation

The Argos Foundation

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