The importance of being proactive instead of reactive to historic sports moments is what can separate an article from the pack — so plan ahead.
Sports sites provide important info on breaking news as well as detailed feature stories.
You’re covering the game, and you’re on the hook for art. No problem.
Quality content takes planning.
Social media platforms are a great way for sports journalists to engage with readers and come up with story ideas.
Welcome to Media Insider, PR Newswire’s round-up of media stories from the week. DEADSPIN | KEVIN DRAPER A Running List of ESPN Layoffs You may have heard about ESPN’s plans to cut on-air talent. Deadspin’s Kevin Draper has a running list of cuts that are reported or announced by ESPN. Those laid off turned to Twitter to…
Numbers don’t lie. That’s why statistics have and always will be a good resource for sports reporters and commentators. But sports journalism should be more than just statistics. While they support arguments about the G.O.A.T. and which team may be the most dominant, time and again we see they don’t always matter – especially during…