Sports writers come from all walks of life. Young and old… new and experienced. Readers often find articles or blogs written by journalists, industry professionals, bloggers, fans and anyone else that may have an interest in a particular sports topic. For an aspiring sports writer who wishes to succeed and become credible as a sportsRead more →
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Sports media is certainly a well recognized niche sector within the larger sports industry. There are the larger media outlets like ABC, NBC, CBS Sports, and Fox Sports, with jobs with these particular companies as arguably some of the most sought after jobs in sports media. However, there are so many other additional job opportunitiesRead more →
The idea of sitting in a press box writing a game story for a newspaper or standing on the sidelines of an NFL game waiting to talk to a star player sounds like a glamorous job for many. These two things are just a sample of the duties people working in sports media have onRead more →
Bleacher Report is arguably the most well known of the many sports media startups in the San Francisco Bay Area. B/R — which was recently acquired by Turner Broadcasting System in August for roughly $200 million — headlines a list of close to a dozen sports media startups out West. Other sports media startups besides BleacherRead more →
Earlier this week, the Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose and the Adidas brand finished their Return of D Rose series with their final episode, titled ‘All In’. The six-part documentary — referred to as #TheReturn – has chronicled Rose’s comeback from last year’s post-season ACL injury against the Philadelphia 76ers. In the sixth episode of #TheReturn, theRead more →
If you can’t play the game, then you got to talk about the game. Those are the words from colorful talk show host, Jim Rome, who definitely likes to do his fair share of talking. A week ago today, Jim Rome on SHOWTIME finally premiered, with Rome displaying his usually trademark style and opinions during the oneRead more →
Documentaries and sports fans just go together so nicely. This list could easily span pages and pages, but in order to save you time and my fingers from falling off, I’ll focus on some of the great ones. Some of these you may recognize, others may be a complete mystery. These ones will be goodRead more →
To all you aspiring sports journalists hoping to be the next Al Michaels, Woody Paige, Erin Andrews, Kirk Herbstreit or John Madden, you’ll need to know the basic “toolkit” needed to be successful. Odds are you won’t be busting onto the national scene to start your career, and will have to work your way up theRead more →
On a beautiful, sunny November afternoon in Columbus, Ohio, the St. Francis DeSales girls’ soccer team stormed the field at Crew Stadium as the final second elapsed in the Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II state championship game. Admist screams, cheers and a few moist eyes, the players ran onto the soccer pitch toRead more →
They are back and better than ever! When ESPN first launched its highly acclaimed 30 for 30 Series I knew little of what to expect. Other than the fact that I thought I would enjoy it. Bill Simmons was behind it and I had been a huge fan of his columns, podcasts, and his book for someRead more →
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could walk into any job interview and feel 100% confident? In this article, you’ll learn 3 preparation secrets that will reduce or eliminate your nervousness in job interviews… I worked in the NBA for 5 seasons, and one of the best parts of my job was that I hadRead more →
Last week, former SportsCenter anchor and current radio personality, Dan Patrick, announced that he’d be leaving Fox Sports Network. The 56-year-old Patrick has been a longtime host of The Dan Patrick Show, but it’s rumored that he’ll be moving to another channel soon. Media Reporter, John Ourand, of the Sports Business Journal informed his followersRead more →
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