Tag Archives: Sports journalism

Sportsjournalists.com: Sports journalism for dummies

By AUSTEN GREGERSON Ever wanted to know what people who write about sports think about when they’re not writing about sports? Well, you have odd desires. But lucky for you, the Internet is big enough to fit some of the … Continue reading

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Using sports blogs to keep ESPN in check

By AUSTEN GREGERSON I, as presumably many people do, use ESPN as my source for sports news. I don’t mean that I go to ESPN, then check out my team’s personal web page, then only to go look at SI.com … Continue reading

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Do fans’ blogs threaten sports journalism?

By DAVID FURONES With the perpetual development of technology over time, the Internet now offers virtually anyone with access to it a degree in journalism. Well, not quite, but with the average Joe’s ability to create and manage his very own … Continue reading

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Using betting sites to research sports articles

By DEBORA RUBI When researching a specific sports event, such as this week’s U.S. Open or an NCAA football game, quick access to scores and statistics can be a key aspect of the writing process. An interesting way to quickly … Continue reading

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