PitchTALKS Series 3 Launches!
Join Mitch & Sam for Series 3 of PitchTALKS unearthing what it takes to work within the sports industry in a variety of roles. Episode 1 introduces Anne-Marie Batson, a distinguished and celebrated broadcaster.
The PitchTALKS podcast is back for another series this week, with Anne-Marie Batson the first special guest of the third series!
The first two series’ saw a variety of top guests, from the voice of FIFA and renowned commentator Derek Rae, to the Chair of the Rugby League World Cup 2021 in Chris Brindley MBE.
You can expect more fascinating stories with unrivalled insight and advice for people aspiring to get into the sports industry, especially with the first guest of the new series in Anne-Marie Batson.
You may have seen or heard Anne-Marie on Premier League channels or high-profile media outlets such as BBC Sport, Sky Sports News and talkSPORT.
Not only is she a regular voice as a broadcaster, host and podcast guest covering women’s sport, but Batson has also recently set up her own media company AmberGlass Presents Limited, a major step to making it independently in the industry.
With AmberGlass Presents, she is trying to forge her own path in the industry by creating her own content and building her own media empire.
In 2019, Batson was honoured by the Football Black List, which celebrates influential black individuals in the sport, as one of only five people selected in the media category.
The new podcast episode will talk about vital topics such as inequalities in society and anti-racism, topics that are personal issues to her as well as the entire industry.
As well as all that, Anne-Marie Batson will be handing out great career advice to making it as a sports broadcaster, including the crucial aspect of work experience and how important mannerisms are in the industry.
So, who better to listen to and learn from than a distinguished and celebrated broadcaster such as Anne-Marie Batson?
The new episode will be available across Acast, Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts, YouTube and more from Tuesday 2nd February at 9am.