The media has been tripping over itself in recent years anointing this the “Analytics Age” in sports. Brains over brawn. (...)
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Damage Report: President Trump's support remains solid, meanwhile mainstream media is crumbling. This post Damage Report appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Imagine if Coke and Pepsi teamed up for a merger to create one unified beverage-oriented company. Or if Disney and FOX put their differences aside to create the largest media conglomerate possible. As far as college sports media rights...Show More Summary
Marshawn Lynch is having some fun in Oakland. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) Welcome to the second edition of a new Yahoo Sports weekly installment in which we look at social media winners and losers across the NFL. We’re scouring Twitter, Facebook,...Show More Summary
The NBA is the pettiest and best sports league in America. There are rumors swirling in the cesspool we refer to as the internet that Kevin Durant has created fake social media accounts and uses them to argue with people who say badShow More Summary
ESPN has dominated sports on TV for decades, but the same can't be said for sports on social media. Data shows that rivals Bleacher Report and Barstool Sports have done a better job of engaging social audiences, and gained an increasing...Show More Summary
CNN is giving us all a lesson in how morons become right-wing media stars.
Podcast: The Sports Reporters Network: Cadence13 (Formerly DGital Media) What Is It?: It’s a revival of the long-running ESPN Sunday morning show of the same name. This time around, it’s audio-only and there are just three panelists....Show More Summary
Welcome to the one-year anniversary of This Week In Hot Takes! Here’s a look at the hottest sports media takes from September 8-14. 5. Skip Bayless says Le’Veon Bell “has too much of that Tinker Bell in him”: Undisputed‘s Skip Bayless...Show More Summary
Summary: A new report on the state of sports media in the U.S. from the ad buying giant Magna Global shows that while live sports consumption remains strong, its audience keeps aging.
Live sports are often seen as the last bastion of a reliable mass audience for advertisers. But that story is getting old. A new report on the state of sports media in the U.S. from the ad buying giant Magna Global shows that while live...Show More Summary
In July, a round of layoffs at Vice hit the media company's Vice Sports vertical particularly hard. Several employees who worked in that division, including editor-in-chief Jorge Arangure, lost their jobs, but Vice is still committed to the production of compelling videos that feature the off-the-court lives of pro athletes. Show More Summary
As ESPN and Sports Illustrated both make their way through ranking NBA players, some players have not taken kindly to their rankings. Doc Rivers says the Celtics have undergone the best rebuild 'maybe ever' in the 4 years since he left...Show More Summary
Long before Craig Carton and Ryen Russillo embarrassed themselves publicly, Marv Albert was involved in one of the most surprising scandals in sports media. As bad as the recent Carton and Russillo transgressions are, they don’t approach the lurid and shocking details of the Albert sex trial which happened 20 years ago this month. Show More Summary
How do NBA stars truly feel about the sports media? Sports Illustrated chatted with Portland Trail Blazers star CJ McCollum and got his thoughts on Stephen A. Smith, Inside the NBA and other sports media topics.
Sports journalists, political activism and speculation go hand-in-hand in today’s age of social media. There is no better example of this than the case of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who created controversy by protesting the American national anthem last season and making statements on policing and racial tensions in America. His protests upset conservatives, […]
Sloane Stephens had a truly amazing comeback story at the U.S. Open this weekend, and the sports media is celebrating. But will they keep celebrating her when she's dominating, rather than triumphing against the odds?
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USA TODAY Sports asked NHL players to sketch their team logos at NHL/NHLPA media tour in New York on Sept. 7. Here are the results.