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#AOLSportsSearch: Try Out for Chance to Become AOL Sportscaster


Ever dream of becoming a sportscaster? Well, AOL wants to give you that chance. On Monday, November 17, AOL Sports is holding try outs for its new show.


A video of you that shows your personality, knowledge and passion for sports. Cover any sports topic you’d like to –- just make sure it’s entertaining!


In person: On Monday, November 17, go to AOL Studios in New York or Los Angeles at 9 a.m. ET/ 6 a.m. PT. We will close the doors to auditions at 12 p.m. ET/ 9 a.m. PT.

OR if you can’t make it: go on Twitter, Instagram or Vine and submit your video by using hashtag #AOLSportsSearch.

Those chosen that are based in Los Angeles will enjoy a free flight that night to New York for a Tuesday appearance in studio. We will fly in top contenders with winning social-media submissions if not based in New York for Tuesday’s in-studio session.

AOL’s new sportscaster will be announced on Wednesday, November 19 on aol.com/sports.

For additional information, email AOLSPORTSSEARCH@teamaol.com or tweet to @AOLSports.

#AOLSportsSearch Live Auditions

Live Casting Call: Monday, November 17th

New York City
9 a.m. EST- 12 p.m. EST
AOL New York Studios
770 Broadway
New York City
*Doors close at 12pm, First come, first serve

Los Angeles
6 a.m. PST- 9 a.m. PST
AOL Los Angeles Studios
331 North Maple Drive
Beverly Hills
*Doors close at 9am, First come, first serve

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article by Lori Lakin Hutcherson

AOL Originals Lines Up Anthony Anderson, Nicole Richie and More for Web Series

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Anthony Anderson in AOL Originals series “Anthony Eats America”

Adweek reports that Web portal AOL has 15 original projects slated to debut this fall, as it attempts to get advertisers to consider its original shows up against networks such as ABC and Fox. Among the shows in the works are Anthony Eats America, a food-centric travelogue starring comedian Anthony Anderson, Candidly Nicolea series built around Nicole Richie’s Twitter account (#candidlynicole), along with Funded, a show that looks at crowdfunding business success stories hosted by  author, entrepreneur and comedian Baratunde Thurston, and My Inka documentary focused on the back stories on sports stars tattoos.

Nicole Richie“The main thing is AOL is positioned to bridge the gap between Web and TV,” Ran Harnevo, Senior Vice President of AOL Video, told Adweek. “We think we can show there is no substantial difference between the two media when it comes to quality and measurement.”