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Journalism still has a future despite its hiccups and challenges thanks to passionate young reporters. But Americans need to step up as well.
I’ve learned a few things, and developed stronger stances on several other things I thought I knew after discussing journalism with the 15 high school students attending our camp at Eastern Illinois University. 1. It’s tough to determine what to … Continue reading
Did Sports Illustrated senior writer reveal a bias to hire women? Isn’t it really about time for all sports media to do so?
There is a fascinating discussion on gender bias taking place on Twitter among several talented sports writers. No shocker: social media sees this as a black-and-white issue, but there are several gray areas as well. Is it OK to hire … Continue reading
When will business leaders, athletic directors, team owners and politicians realize–you can’t suppress negative coverage; you can only, perhaps, delay it. Most everything eventually becomes public. Just look to the White House (or Baylor University), where stories emerge daily from … Continue reading
Seems as though everybody is focused on whether sportswriters are mostly liberal – as if it matters. Bryan Curtis, an editor-at-large for the Ringer, has sparked discussion on whether sports writing has become a liberal profession. The attacks by the president and the … Continue reading
Check out veteran sportswriter Dave Kindred’s attack on Bleacher Report, which he calls a place filled with shoddy, inexperienced reporters. Adds Kindred: “BR survives on the journalistic burglary of amateur typists.” In a related story, John Feinstein, reveals that he … Continue reading
The following economists say head injuries might eventually transform football, if not the entire sports landscape, in the United States. Within 10 to 15 years, they argue, the NFL might slip below the NHL’s popularity. Is that possible? Had you asked Americans … Continue reading