“Journalism-as-process” is here, for good or for bad, and whether you like it or not It’s going on nearly two weeks now since LeBron James announced he was returning to Cleveland. So […]
Assistant professor of digital media and online journalism at SUNY Oswego.
The ridiculous Manti Te’o story that Deadspin broke today represents the best, and the worst, in sports journalism. We’ll get to the worst in a bit here – and there is plenty to say about […]
It’s not often you get to see one of your research interests play out in real-time. But last night, during the Seahawks-Redskins playoff game, we saw The Sport Ethic clearly illustrated. Quick refresher: The […]
It was early in baseball season — May 2006, I think. My first year covering the Double-A Binghamton Mets. A little bit before the game started, I got an IM from my […]
When I was in journalism school back in the 1990s, there was a formula we learned that defined the reporting process: Gather, sort, report. We were taught to first gather all the […]
Professor Jeff Jarvis wrote a marvelous post recently questioning why reporters were in Tampa covering the Republican National Convention. The point was: What work are reporters doing there that justifies the expense […]