Tag Archives: Sports journalism

‘Raising Canes’ displays high level of Internet journalism

By NICHOLAS MOORE This week, I would like to do something a little different with my blog post. Usually, these posts are dedicated to a tool or trend within Internet Reporting that can be helpful to the class, journalism students, … Continue reading

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ESPN expands its coverage to local news

By NICHOLAS MOORE The Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN) is slowly, but surely taking over the online sports journalism world. According the alexa.com, ESPN’s site (espn.go.com) is the 18th most-viewed site in the U.S. and the 82nd most-viewed in … Continue reading

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ASAP Sports redefines media’s role in the pressroom

By SPENCER DANDES A web site that provides free interview transcripts has essentially eliminated the need for sports journalists to master the art of the press conference. ASAP Sports, founded in 1989, is a company that places stenographers in pressrooms … Continue reading

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New York Times: Combining print journalism with multimedia

By ALEX FRUIN Thousands of people across the country find their breaking news on The New York Times’ Web site, which is perhaps the most resourceful American newspaper site around. While I’m one of the masses who frequent the site, … Continue reading

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Miami Heat draw both positive, negative coverage

By ROBBIE SHIVER As almost everyone can’t help but know by now, the Miami Heat had one of the most talked about off-seasons in NBA history. By retaining Dwyane Wade in free agency and signing both Lebron James and Chris … Continue reading

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Throwing a match into a puddle of gasoline

By AUSTEN GREGERSON Oh, Twitter, what are we going to do with you? We take our eyes off of you for a second and you go and lie to everybody, saying Jon Gruden has signed to become the head coach … Continue reading

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CaneSport offers some of the most up-to-date news, rumors

By DAVID FURONES With the Miami Hurricanes football coach search heating up, journalists all over the nation, but especially the local ones, are scanning the web for the most accurate, relevant and updated information on speculation of who might be … Continue reading

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The UM Athletics source for Hurricane sports

By DAVID FURONES Being a sports writer for The Miami Hurricane and someone who genuinely loves to research University of Miami athletics, I’m always looking for new story ideas as well as updated information on anything going on over at the Hecht … Continue reading

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Sports photography: from camera to cover

By IKU KAWACHI Avid fans of sports often have beat writers, columnists and even bloggers who they follow on a regular basis, or whose articles to which they have taken a particular liking. It’s safe to say, though, that the … Continue reading

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MaxPreps, the site for high school sports news, information

By SARAH HARTNIG Although dozens of students have included useful online tools for writing about sports in their various CNJ 515 blog posts over this past semester, it seems as if we’ve neglected to include at least one, overarching genre … Continue reading

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Finding help online for women in sports

By DEBORA RUBI Two organizations help promote the presence in the men dominated world of sports. One is more committed to aiding journalists, while the other is directed at helping women participate in sports. Both are useful for female sports … Continue reading

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Knowing European football

By DEBORA RUBI For most European football news, the best approach is to go through its governing body: UEFA.com (www.uefa.com). The website is most useful in finding information regarding any of the teams that are involved in any of its … Continue reading

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NFL statistics — All of them

By AUSTEN GREGERSON Need to know who led the league in 1966 for rushing yards (Gale Sayers, 1,231 yards)? Or what about who played in the 1992 NFC Championship game (Cowboys over 49ers, 30 – 20, at San Francisco)? There … Continue reading

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Sports for the athletically disinterested

By ALEX PEARCE Sports are boring and a waste of time. Admittedly, many people don’t feel this way. In the opinion of the American public at large, sports are a perfectly interesting and entertaining way to spend a day, whether … Continue reading

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