Sports Journalism: A Practical Introduction
SAGE, 09.04.2005 - 180 Seiten
'This is a well-written and detailed guide to Sports Journalism. It provides a solid grounding in all aspects of Sports Journalism and is impressively up-to-date and well-informed'
-Marie Penman, Lecturer in Journalism, Fife College of Further and Higher Education
'This book is a must read for those wanting to start a career in the ever changing and expanding world of sports journalism'
-Andy Haigh, Second Year Student BA (Hons) Journalism, Cumbria Institute of the Arts
This text provides both a contextual and practical overview of sports journalism, including:
- the organization and interdependence of broadcast, print and digital media
- how media coverage of sport is structured and prioritised
- interviews, sources and contacts
- planning, researching and covering an event
- writing news, features, profiles etc
Sports is the fastest growing sector in the media, and sports coverage is no longer relegated to the back page of a newspaper.
Phil Andrews has written a timely and engaging book designed to meet the requirements of the growing number of courses and modules on sports journalism.
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The best job in the world?
Context setting media environments
The sports desk
Print journalism reporting the action
Print journalism sports news and photography
Print journalism Sports features