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LISTEN: St. Louis Cardinals, Notre Dame make poor media relations choices. Cheers to Azusa Pacific athletics
The St. Louis Cardinals organization recently had a bit of a public relations SNAFU involving Erik Hall, a writer for SB Nation’s Outsports website. Jeff and I discuss this on this week’s sports media podcast, along with Notre Dame football’s … Continue reading
Originally published June 2012 A few thoughts on sports information directors after the national CoSIDA conference in St. Louis this week. 1. SIDs are not journalists’ enemies. Sure, some SIDs try to ‘control’ everything from telling journalists when they can … Continue reading