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The 3 Reasons Why Universities Struggle To Get Student Mentees
Connecting College Students with Mentors
Furthermore, if students are informed that mentorship is a career development opportunity, students that have job offers
Television Runs Sports, And That's Not Good
Ken Reed is sports policy director for League of Fans and auth...
The mass media provides the financial foundation that drives commercialized sport. That has been the case for decades now.
Though it May Be Shocking, Women Know Sports, Too
There's a new wave coming, and women are not going to go extinct in the world of sports journalism. I'm a young journalism major who is already working to turn the tide in the world of sports journalism, and confidently, I can say that I am not alone.
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ESPN Could Be Sold On Its Own Like HBO, Bob Iger Admits
Would you pay over $30 a month for ESPN?
Top 3 Business Lessons From Mayweather-Pacquiao
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The latest 'fight of the century' ended as many have before - collective viewer boredom followed by calls for a rematch. Despite its oftentimes unmatched hype, boxing frequently delivers disappointing end products.
Keith Olbermann Calls For Boycott Of NFL Draft And Pacquiao-Mayweather Fight
Olbermann's take is not to be missed.
Kentucky Wildcats, Tulip Mania and the Sports Rights Bubble
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It's time to usher in the annual rite of spring known as March Madness. While Cinderella grabs millions at the box office, a record number of small-screen viewers will be on the lookout for another kind of Cinderella who can prevent the Kentucky Coronation.
Jim Rome Takes On Marching Bands And Gets Trampled On Twitter
Note to all purveyors of hot takes: Do not mess with marching bands. CBS Sports Radio host Jim Rome made the mistake of taking
Joy To The World, The Griswold Family Christmas Sportscast Is Here For The Holidays
[NBC 2] NBC-2.com WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral Themed sportscasts have been all the rage in the last year. From pro
The Best & Worst In Sports Media In 2014
We continue our year-end extravaganza at Awful Announcing with this recap of everything in the sports media world in our
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Has ESPN Turned Into the TMZ of Sports?
Lifetime Baltimorean. Part Time Comic. Full Time Crazy.
ESPN has the responsibility to report on the issues surrounding our favorite sports, and sometimes, unfortunately, those happen to be moral and legal issues. However, it is not ESPN's responsibility to uncover facts and break stories.
Spine Surgery in the NFL: 6 Player Updates From Last Season
Michael A Gleiber MD
Spine Surgeon, Writer, Health Journalist, and Sports Injury Me...
Last season, there were multiple NFL players who sustained spinal injuries. With a new football season approaching, let's review the status of these players to see how they have recovered from these injuries, and who is ready to get back in the game.
Tim Tebow Hired By ESPN But Still Pursuing NFL Dream
CLICK HERE for full ESPN press release Tebow, 26, was released by the New England Patriots before the start of the 2013 NFL
2013's Worst In Sports Media
On Monday we looked at the 10 Sports Media People Who Had An Excellent 2013. It was a happy, warm piece full of holiday cheer
Mike Francesa WWII Parody Provides The Mad Dog Return You've Been Waiting For (VIDEO)
By Matt Yoder, Awful Announcing First it was the Revolutionary War, then the Civil War, and finally the last in a triumvirate
How Twitter Altered MLB's Hot Stove Season and the Winter Meetings Forever: The Big Lead
If the last week of baseball activity on Twitter and the web are any indication, the offseason Hot Stove news cycle is closer
Jameis Winston Tweet From @NBCSportsRadio Was Insensitive And Apology Didn't Go Well Either
As was widely reported on Thursday afternoon, State Attorney Willie Meggs announced Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston
Cameraman Run Over During Oklahoma, Iowa State Game And Carted Off The Field (VIDEO)
The big hits weren't limited to the field -- or the players -- when No. 18 Oklahoma and Iowa State faced off in Norman. One
Kevin Love Rejects Reporter's Non-Question Question (VIDEO)
Hopefully this video can begin the crusade against an era of reporters who refuse to ask thought-provoking, open ended questions
Bob Costas Says Redskins Name Is 'An Insult, A Slur' During NBC's 'Sunday Night Football' (VIDEO)
"But think for a moment about the term 'Redskins' and how it truly differs from all the others," Costas said. "Ask yourself
Michelle Beadle NBC Sports Network Show 'The Crossover' Canceled (Or 'Donzo')
The versatile NBC personality seemed to take the news with a glass half-full attitude, in more ways than one. Beadle subsequently
Rick Reilly's Outrageous 'Redskins' Defense
ESPN columnist Rick Reilly wants you to know that he will not "fall in line" with the handful of his media colleagues who have opted to stop using the term "Washington Redskins."
Rick Reilly's 'Redskins' Defense Compares Protesting Name To Putting Native Americans On Reservations
That comparison at the conclusion was so jarring that people weren't just questioning Reilly but also his editors at ESPN
NFL Broadcasting Opinions; Greg Anthony To CBS College Basketball Booth - More Sports - Richard Deitsch - SI.com
Mine. Hold your applause, please. The lead item of this week's column is absent a familiar voice: I've paneled a group of
Fox Sports 1 Debut: 10 Questions Going Forward For New Cable Sports Network
Fox will certainly be pushing video as a priority and has signaled their moving to more fun blog content and away from news
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