We want to bring you as much fantasy sports coverage as possible, but sometimes there aren’t enough bodies to help us.
With baseball possibly on its way, I want to make sure you dear readers aren’t only getting great fantasy baseball written content, but also great fantasy baseball spoken content.
So, we here at Fake Teams are looking to put out a weekly, consistent fantasy baseball podcast and need a host.
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- Sign up and join for Fake Teams
- If you want your real name to appear on the site, please use it when joining. Otherwise, you can use any name you want.
What am I looking for?
- Someone with podcasting experience and a passion for fantasy baseball. If you already have a fantasy baseball podcast you want Fake Teams to host, great! If you don’t have a show but would love to start one, also great!
- Looking for you to record at least one episode a week, more if you have the time.
- You would be recording according to a set schedule during the season. During the off season, there is more flexibility in the scheduling.
Is the position a paid position?
Not initially, but could lead to one if you show consistent podcast production.
What Fake Teams offers you
- A platform to reach tens of thousands of listeners
- Handling of production, posting, and promoting
- Freedom in topics, style, and approach
Ok, I am interested! What do I do now?
Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a little bit about yourself and examples of some of your previous work.
If you ask anyone in the industry, fantasy or not, they will tell you the same thing - if you want to become a writer, you have to write, write and write some more. The same is true or podcasting or tackling any other medium in sports. To differentiate yourself, talk about something no one else covers, or very few cover. Or bring a new perspective to the game and the tired old rhetoric. But most importantly, enjoy what you do and use that to fuel and motivate you. Especially in podcasting, people can hear and relate to your energy.