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On NFL Concussion Science, Sports Media the Real League of Denial

Liberals love science. Except when they come face-to-face with science that lacks a political agenda. That occurred this week when Judge Anita Brody handed down her ruling in the NFL’s concussion settlement that only deceased NFL players whose brains show evidence of CTE will automatically qualify for benefits from the fund. Show More Summary

Feature Doc Set About Former NFL Player Steve Gleason, Afflicted With ALS

IMG, the sports and media business acquired by WME last year, is stepping up to finance and market a full-length feature documentary about former New Orleans Saints football player Steve Gleason who was stricken with ALS at the age of 34. Show More Summary

Two sports media personalities are hosting new Travel Channel shows

Not one, but two sports media personalities are spreading their wings into the travel industry with two new shows on the Travel Channel. First, NBC’s Kyle Martino just got done with a trip to the UK with the network’s Premier League coverage. Show More Summary

A Sports Illustrated Model on Being ‘Well’

Model and Twitter favorite Chrissy Teigen is famous for being "a girl who loves bacon and can't be fat." On social media and her food blog, So Delushious, Teigen also often publicly documents her own real wellness challenges, calling herself a "nutritionist's nightmare" and tweeting things like "Hour 4. Juice cleanse. Pretty over juice.... More »

A Media Bomb Within A Woj Bomb: Why Google Might Affect Twitter’s Breaking News Capacity

If a huge NBA story is being broken, chances are Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports is scooping the competition. Chances are he breaks the news on Twitter as well, dropping what is widely known as a “Woj Bomb.” Wednesday afternoon, Wojnarowski flew above the competition yet again. Show More Summary

Social media techniques by MLB teams increase fan engagement

Due to the ever-increasing number of people using social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, businesses and organizations, such as professional sports teams, are expanding their marketing and communication efforts to engage people with their brands through those sites. read more

Taking your nominations for the Third Annual People’s Sports Media Awards!

We’re officially in the midst of Awards Season (I think? Maybe?) and Awful Announcing is no exception.  For the third year running, we’ve placed the prestigious honor of bestowing our mythical sports media awards in your hands.  TheShow More Summary

Verizon's 'cheap' cable bundles blasted by media companies

ESPN, Fox Sports and NBCUniversal say Verizon's new FiOS deals violate their existing distribution contracts.

The Valdosta State Would-Be "Black Progressive Revolutionary" - From Police Protection Against A White Female Seeking To Protect The American Flag During His "Anti-American Revolutionary" Flag Walking Ritual To An Arrest Warrant For Carrying A Gun On Camp

The Power Dynamics In The South Has Changed. The Media Is Not Going To Frame It Properly. LAST WEEK IN VALDOSTA GEORGIA Atlanta News, Weather, Traffic, and Sports | FOX 5 A White Right-Wing Female Is Arrested By The Police For Infringing...Show More Summary

Marshall Henderson waits two years to revenge tweet Erin Andrews

Former Mississippi University basketball player Marshall Henderson waited two years for social media revenge against FOX Sports reporter Erin Andrews, after she scolded the athlete on twitter for his drug suspension in 2013. Krystin Goodwin (@Krysti        

LeBron James Dismisses Pat Riley’s Jab: ‘Not Really My Concern’

As become his custom the last few years, with the postseason getting underway, LeBron James unplugged himself over the weekend from the world of social media and the 24/7 sports The post LeBron James Dismisses Pat Riley’s Jab: ‘Not Really My Concern’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Steve Byrnes of Fox Sports passes away at 56

Tragic news from the sports media and auto racing world.  Two days after the NASCAR cup race at Bristol was named in his honor, Steve Byrnes of Fox Sports has passed away.  He was 56.  Byrnes had been undergoing a lengthy battle with cancer. Show More Summary

"It's fing horsesht": Cincinatti Reds manager goes on f-bomb filled rant against the media.

3 days agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Frustrated by a four-game losing streak, Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price lashed out at the media. In the world of sports, no manager wants to address the media when his team has lost seven of its last eight games. But most of them contain their anger better than Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price. Show More Summary

Marshall Henderson Gets Twitter Revenge Against Erin Andrews Years Later

The latest example of Twitter revenge is reminding us to be careful what you write about others on social media, because chances are it will come back to bite you in the future. That’s exactly what is happening to well-known sports broadcaster, Erin Andrews. It all started back in 2013, when Andrews threw some shade […]

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: 'Stupid' Pac-Man Conference Call Cancelled by Bob Arum

Top Rank CEO Bob Arum ended a Manny Pacquiao conference call session with the media after just one question, as reported by Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports. This was supposed to be Pacquiao's last chance to address the press before his May...Show More Summary

ESPN says Verizon's new FiOS TV packages violate agreements

There are currently seven add-on channel packs, focusing on such genres as sports, where ESPN and ESPN2 are, as well as children, pop culture and news. Media companies such as ESPN's owner, The Walt Disney Co., Time Warner Inc. and Viacom Inc. Show More Summary

Sports Journalists Discuss Changing Coverage

Sports Illustrated has published an interesting discussion on the role of media in sports. The magazine asked a bunch of journalists—like ESPN’s Jemele Hill and Steve Levy—what one thing they’d change about sports media if they could. Show More Summary

Today in Media History: Reporters covered the first official Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park

April 20, 1912 was a big day for sports news when the Boston Red Sox officially opened Fenway Park. They beat the New York Highlanders, who would later be named the New York Yankees, 7-6. Here is a story excerpt and headline from the...Show More Summary

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