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NBA Referees Bravely Read Mean Tweets Sent by Angry Fans

Anyone who is in the public eye knows that while social media can be fun, it also gives random people a way to anonymously spew hate. That's why it's wise for referees, umpires, line judges and others in major sports leagues to stay off of Twitter. Show More Summary

Every Official NBA All-Star Player Emoji, Ranked

2 days agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

Poor Kevin Durant. Because the NBA is a sporting league that is down with the Youth Of Today and knows how Millennials Use The Social Media, they have created a set of special commemorative emoji to celebrate the 2016 All-Star Game in Toronto. Show More Summary

Mark Cuban, Sportswriter Bob Ryan, Fox Sports President Eric Shanks Headline IU's Sports Media Week

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The National Sports Journalism Center is welcoming Hall of Fame sports writer Bob Ryan, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and Fox Sports President Eric Shanks to Indiana University next week as part of a special week of activities for students about the media and sports. Show More Summary

Unsportsmanlike Media

There was less than five minutes on the clock when I finally tuned in Sunday’s big game. I’m not a sports guy. Even if I were, I’m told it wasn’t the greatest football telecast in history. And it’s a lot of football to watch just to see a few innovative commercials. So this means I […]

Leo Messi jokes about buying the most expensive car ever ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo [Instagram]

Leo Messi has shown off his sense of humour on social media. Earlier his week rumours, spread by Spanish daily Sport, are claiming that Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo’s rivalry has gone from the football field to the auction house. The story doing the rounds is that Messi has outbid his Real Madrid rival to […]

'Texas' Means Crazy in Norway (Video)

Norway’s media has been including the phrase to describe everything from sporting events to a biologist finding a tropical swordfish in Norwegian waters. Editor's Note: Texans are very proud of being Texan. But it turns out that in some cultures they have gained a certain reputation. Show More Summary

LeSean McCoy -- I Did NOT Say I 'Made a Mistake'

TMZ Sports spoke with LeSean McCoy's attorney Larry Krasner -- who says the NFL running back did NOT say he "made a mistake" during an encounter with a Philadelphia media outlet last night.  Krasner says what McCoy actually said was... 'I'll…

This is the Golden Age of Smart Football Media

Sports’ ‘nuts and bolts’ can’t entertain alone,” Ty Duffy recently wrote for The Big Lead, and he’s absolutely right. The headlines and storylines coming out of an objectively boring Super Bowl 50, as Duffy pointed out, are far more...Show More Summary

SHOCKING NEWS: Bob Costas will host the Olympics in primetime this year

Hopefully you’re sitting down for this stunning piece of news that surely will rock all of sports media, no… the world.  Young upstart Bob Costas will host this year’s Olympics in primetime… again. NBC confirmed the news that really didn’t need any confirmation because we all knew/assumed it was happening anyways. Show More Summary

MPs: BBC’s Tony Hall ‘is accountable to no-one’

A brutal report by the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee describes the BBC’s director general Tony Hall as ‘effectively accountable to no-one’. ‘The director-general has a high level of power and a low level of accountability,’ said committee chair Jesse Norman. Show More Summary

Three Super Bowl Lessons Resonate With Marketers

The postscript for Super Bowl 50 continues to be written. While sports fans wait for NCAA's March Madness, media will fill their platforms analyzing Peyton's beer and pizza preferences, the death of dabbing and Von Miller's new contact -- not to mention Cam's fear of getting dirty diving for a football. Show More Summary

ESPN didn’t invite Shaun White to X Games thanks to disparaging comments

The X Games are in an odd situation, as they’re one of the highest-profile competitions for many of their included sports, but are owned and run by a sports media company in ESPN rather than the international sports federations that run the world championships and Olympics. Show More Summary

Michael Jordan doesn’t mind the Crying Jordan meme — unless it costs him money

Michael Jordan isn’t on social media, but he’d have to be living under a rock to miss out on the Crying Jordan meme that has taken over the Internet, especially during sports events. Estee Portnoy, Jordan’s spokesperson and senior vice president of JumpDC, confirmed in an email late Tuesday that the former Bulls great has taken […]

ESPN public editor Jim Brady’s Grantland column comes under fire from former staffers

Grantland has been gone since ESPN suspended publication on October 30, but its impact is still being felt in sports media. That’s most recently the case with ESPN public editor Jim Brady’s long-promised column on Grantland’s shuttering, which ran Monday. Show More Summary

CEO's Make Room For Bold And Beautiful In Harvard Business Of Entertainment, Media and Sports Course

Harvard Business School Professor Anita Elberse has a decade of research charting the great rise in power top-tier celebrities have in entertainment, both in commanding ever-higher pay and as moguls in their own right able to dictate the terms of engagement and define new business models for themselves. If stars are [...]

Hugh Jackman posts photo after getting his fifth skin cancer removed

Hugh Jackman as Wolverine might be tough on screen, but his most recent social media post proves he might be human after all. Jackman posted a photo of himself on Twitter on Tuesday, sporting a band-aid on his nose that's hiding a sinister ailment. Show More Summary

Jay Onrait talks shows from prop closet, FS1’s direction and more with Dan Patrick

FS1’s Jay Onrait visited The Dan Patrick Show Monday to discuss sports media and sports highlight shows, including Onrait’s soon-to-change Fox Sports Live, and he had plenty of interesting and candid things to say. Here’s the clip: And here are some of the key parts. Show More Summary

That Time Peyton Manning Was A Bad Sport And Barely Anyone Cared

There was really no other way for the 2015 NFL season to end than with Cam Newton facing criticism in the media for his behavior once more. So it was after the Carolina Panthers lost to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 that the media...Show More Summary

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