July 13, 2021

There’s no better way to get into the game than to be a hockey player.

For every NHL player, there’s at least one professional that has been successful at getting a job as a broadcaster.

This is an infographic from our friend NHL.com which highlights the careers of the top broadcasters in the NHL.

The infographic is divided into four categories, broadcasting, broadcasting positions, position positions and career positions.

This infographic also gives us a look at the different types of jobs available to broadcast sports in the United States.

In addition to the top hockey broadcasters, the infographic also includes a look into some of the jobs in the entertainment industry, as well as a look to see if there’s a career for an actor.

The full infographic can be found here.

We also looked into how many different types and jobs are available in the industry.

The most common jobs in broadcast sports are video production and editing, while some of those positions can include both video and audio production.

Other areas that are represented in the infographic include: production and/or sound mixers, sound mix engineers, voice actors, music composers, film and TV composers and audio artists.

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