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#phis, if I’d known about this we might have had a completely different discussion in class…

Josh Shaw, USC
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If you’re thinking of starting a sports blog…

…you need to answer two key questions: What’s my space and who is my audience? Take a look at the following examples:

SportsBizMiss
Saturday Down South
Peachtree Hoops
College Athletic Clips

Whatever you think of the execution or the subject matter, they know who they are. Do you?

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Answered @vickimichaelis’s #ALSIceBucketChallenge. @AndrewCBillings, @Jimmy_Sanderson, @LaurnSmith, you’re up!

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Tensions in the Press Box: research paper presented at #AEJMC2014

Abstract: Sports journalists have long enjoyed close—many would say too close—relationships with their sources. As suggested by a neoinstitutionalist understanding of organizational relationships, routines and professional expectations become accepted over time by journalists and sports organizations alike. However, new competition from online media, as well as new opportunities for teams to bypass the media, have threatened the legitimacy of journalists and the work practices. A survey of 437 reporters and communications personnel found key differences in the ways those in the professions perceived access, suggesting that traditional work patterns are evolving in ways that could delegitimate journalists. Keywords: Sports journalism, institutionalism, college sports, sport media, sport communications

Tensions in the Press Box: Understanding Relationships among Media and Communications Professionals in In…

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Strava

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