On this edition of the NSJC Pod, we talk with Dr. Brian Moritz from SUNY-Oswego about the sports journalism business, particularly as it relates to ESPN, Grantland, money, cable subscriptions, and everything else that seems to be occupying the zeitgeist in this day and age. The podcast is actually on our new site (which is still under construction), but you can find it at this address.
On this edition of the NSJC pod, we talk to Julie DiCaro, IU alumna, contributor to Sports Illustrated, and sportscaster on Chicago’s 670 the Score. Julie talks about her current job, her background, the realities of the sports journalism world as a female, and more.
The Daily Mail, a newspaper in the United Kingdom, named the New England Revolution, Boston’s MLS franchise, Super Bowl Champions. [Awful Announcing]
The Seahawks tweeted a picture containing an MLK quote superimposed over a photo of quarterback Russell Wilson, later deleting it. [Deadspin]
A petition created by University of Arizona basketball fans entitled, “Ban Bill Walton from announcing Arizona basketball games” is close to its goal of 1,000 […]