sports


Posted: March 13, 2022

Sports journalism has evolved from simply including play-by-play and color commentary during a live game to incorporating more audio and visual storytelling elements. As a result, the education provided to sports journalism students should reflect these changes. A new study by Roxane Coche, University of Florida College of Journalism Communications…

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Posted: February 3, 2022

If you were unable to make the UF Sports Media Information Meeting on Thursday, please see the information below. If you have any questions, reach out to Eric Esterline (eesterline@jou.ufl.edu) Sports Media Information Meeting Recording -All links and emails shared during the meeting should be available via the transcript. Do…

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Posted: September 1, 2021

Our 501(c)(3) nonprofit is looking to distribute scholarship money to black college undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in play-by-play sports broadcasting. A lack of diversity in sports play-by-play is a glaring issue, and we are looking to address this from a grassroots level –…

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Posted: October 14, 2020

Mobile media are changing the game for entertainment, sports content, and communication. For example, according to NBA.com, the 2019 NBA Finals presented by YouTube TV reached sports fans live in 215 countries in 50 languages on television, computers, mobile devices, and tablets. The relationship between sports consumption and smartphones has…

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Posted: June 18, 2019

  Sports make up an enormous amount of global media consumption and are deeply ingrained in our lives. Modern technology now goes beyond the game; our mobile devices and social media accounts can connect us closer than ever with other sports fans, teams, and even our favorite players. But what…

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Posted: January 25, 2017