And, to post a link that couldn’t be more different, here’s the final Poynter Review blog post looking at ESPN. Written with Kelly McBride.
In my latest post for Poynter Review, a soccer tweet sparks questions about ESPN’s attribution policies and aggregation practices.
My latest post for the Poynter Review Project looks at an ESPN series on brain injuries and football. Lots of praise for the package, as well as some suggestions about how it could be made more effective.
What happened to ESPN’s Chris Broussard on the night of July 3? I investigate for Poynter Review, and what I find leads to thoughts on the value of scoops in the digital age.
Kelly McBride and I look at how ESPN did covering the release of the Freeh report on Penn State, and issue the network what we hope will be a call to arms.
My latest column for the Poynter Review Blog looks at ESPN and the challenges of the Twitter age, from reporting in a second-to-second news cycle to the question of who owns a Twitter account. Forewarned is forearmed: It’s long!
In the latest Poynter Review post, I critique three ESPN interviews alongside John Sawatsky, ESPN’s interviewing guru. Sawatsky’s interview techniques aren’t just for sportswriters — any journalist should think about how to internalize and apply them.
My latest post for the Poynter Review Project takes a look inside ESPN’s ad approval, sparked by the case of a rejected ad for Rise Up and Register featuring NASCAR driver Blake Koch.