Design and Practice of Training System for Sports Broadcasting and Hosting Talents Based on OBE Concept in the Medium Age

  • Ziye WangEmail author
  • Mengya Zhang
  • Yao Zhang
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1126)


In the era of media convergence, excellent sports broadcasting and hosting professionals are the important force to enrich public sports cultural life and promote the construction of “healthy China”. Under the condition that the traditional education methods cannot meet the modern requirements, this paper takes the training of sports broadcasting and hosting professionals as the research object, under the guidance of OBE concept, analyses the role orientation and requirements of sports broadcasting hosts, probes into the ability of professionals to apply the theoretical knowledge they have learned to practice, and puts forward some suggestions. The modes of “coming in & walking out & sinking down”, “professional mentor & enterprise mentor”, “course design & research subject selection”, “order training & elite education”, and “Project Cooperative Research + Experimental Training Practice” are designed. The practical training system of sports broadcasting and hosting talents and the concrete implementation scheme are also designed. The system analysis is carried out through the results of practical application. The research shows that the training system can play an important role in the training of sports broadcasting and hosting talents.


Practice training system OBE Sports broadcasting and hosting 



This paper is supported by ―(1) Hubei Teaching Research Project “Research on the Reform of Sports Media Professional Training Model Based on OBE Concept”; (2) Wuhan Sports University Young Teachers’ Scientific Research Fund Project “The MECE study under the background of Sports Events media convergence”.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Journalism and CommunicationWuhan Sports UniversityWuhanChina
  2. 2.School of Logistics EngineeringWuhan University of TechnologyWuhanChina

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