E026: Jeremy Inson on Sports Journalism, Storytelling and The World Cup

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Jeremy (Jez) Inson is an International, multi platform Sports Journalist. Jez and I met at Uni and I have been in awe of his success in broadcasting. We talk about Sydney Olympics in 2000 through the years of sporting events to the Qatar World Cup 2022, storytelling, all the secrets of producing sporting broadcasts and how to become a Sports Journalist.



  • Sports Journalism
  • Sydney Olympics 2000
  • Performing Arts & Storytelling
  • History of Storytelling
  • Who, What, Where, When, Why and How
  • Sporting documentaries
  • Combining social and politics
  • Football World Cups
  • Qatar World Cup 2022
  • Advice on how to become a Sports Journalist
  • Knowing your worth
  • Speed of delivery
  • Live Streaming
  • Process of broadcasting from high profile sports events
  • Micro Storytelling
  • Running an Amateur Sports Team
  • Sports Success





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