Manchester United winger Memphis Depay has sparked rumours he could be on the move this summer after conducting a social media cull of all things Red Devils related. As reported by Sky Sports presenter Hayley McQueen, the Dutchman’sShow More Summary
Two female sports journalists sat through an ad put on which highlighted the rude, vile tweets that females get on social media. It’s worth a watch.
Talking sports media going at it as hard as we can.
The online harassment of women is not a new topic of discussion. From the ongoing assaults faced by the women of Gamergate to the everyday trials individual women experience on Twitter, Facebook, Reddit and elsewhere, the issue is both commonplace and epidemic. Show More Summary
A provocative new PSA #MoreThanMean illustrates the abuse women in sports take on a daily basis.
Much like competing in sports or participating in group activities, sleepovers are a pivotal part of a young person's development. Young girls especially, live for them. Thank's to someone perusing Yik Yak, (OMG, remember Yik Yak?!), here we have a woman telling the epic story of how she overthrew the most popular girl in her 4th…
In a sports media landscape full of self-promoters and bloviators, Bayless stands above them all.
Just about a week after being fired for posting an inflammatory image on social media, Curt Schilling is throwing shade at his old network's workplace culture and supposedly liberal bias.
Two sports journalists decided to publicly address the vile messages they receive on social media, comments like “please kill yourrself I will provide the bleach.”
Curt Schilling was fired by ESPN last week for “unacceptable conduct,” which was understood to involve his penchant for sharing politically controversial comments and memes via social media. Now the former pitcher is apparently free to train his fire squarely on the network that parted ways with him. In an interview Wednesday with the “Breitbart News Patriot Forum” on Sirius […]
In a video, two female sports reporters show social media's nasty side when it comes to women in a male-dominated field.
Skip Bayless’ pending move from ESPN to Fox has caused some to wonder if Bristol is really still the top destination for big-name sports media personalities, especially when you add it to the list of other notable exits such as Bill Simmons, Keith Olbermann, Colin Cowherd and now even Mike Tirico. Show More Summary
Who's going, who will be the stars of social media, and how many dead fish need pulling from the water? BBC Sport marks 100 days until the Rio Olympics.
Shameless provocateur and bloviator Skip Bayless is leaving ESPN. Finally! ESPN's airwaves will be mercifully free of one of the most loathed personalities in sports media come summer. But don't get too excited, well-meaning sports — free at last we most certainly are not. Bayless leaving ESPN is actually bad news for sports fans. Show More Summary
Women in sports media face a uniquely vile mix of aggression and harassment online. The problem is widely known — yet how to stop it is more tricky. A new online video campaign starring two prominent reporters serves as a call to action...Show More Summary
You’re not going to find many talent moves in sports media as big as yesterday’s revelation that Mike Tirico was leaving ESPN for NBC. The 49-year-old Tirico has been with ESPN for 25 years and has risen to become the network’s most-utilized and respected on-air talent. Show More Summary
Men don’t “get it just as bad.”
A disturbing video shedding light on the online abuse faced by women in sports media is making the rounds on social media Tuesday. In the clip, produced by the Just Not Sports podcast, features men reading violent and hateful tweets to ESPN’s Sarah Spain and 670 the Score’s Julie DiCaro. Show More Summary
With the stunning news that Mike Tirico will reportedly be leaving ESPN this summer, the sports media industry has quickly turned to the multiple holes Tirico’s departure will leave at the WorldWide Leader. Tirico has always been underrated not just for his excellence, but for his versatility. Show More Summary
Here’s a bombshell: Mike Tirico is reportedly leaving ESPN for NBC Sports. Over the past few weeks, whispers have been growing louder and louder across the sports media industry that NBC was going to make a play for Tirico. Ryan Glasspiegel...Show More Summary