Media & Technology: Sports Media
Seattle Set to Welcome NHL's 32nd Team
by Kevin Allen December 2018
Seattle has been unanimously approved by the NHL's board of governors in Sea Island, Georgia, to start the 2021-22 season as the league's 32nd team.
MLB Enters Deal with MGM as Legal Betting Expands
by Dave Flessner November 2018
MGM Resorts International became Major League Baseball's official gambling partner in the U.S. and Japan, a deal made as the sport tries to ensure more prevalent legal sports betting doesn't lead to any scandals...
Media Seeks Records in Ex-Track Coach Case
by Caitlin Schmidt November 2018
The Arizona Daily Star is joining a legal action to unseal records in the taxpayer-funded civil suit filed against the University of Arizona and a convicted former assistant track and field coach.
Book Shines Light on Texas' Wartime Female Football Coach
by Dr. Manuel Flores November 2018
The compelling novel "When the Men Were Gone" by former Dallas Cowboys beat writer Caroline Herrera Lewis tells the story of Tylene Wilson, who served as a head football coach in Texas.
Report of Browns Considering Rice Quickly Fizzles
by The Buffalo News November 2018
Condoleezza Rice and Cleveland Browns General Manager shot down the day's most eye-popping NFL report, that the team wanted to make the former U.S. secretary of State and national security adviser the first woman to interview for a head coaching position.
Maryland Student Paper Calls for Firings After Report
by Adam Zielonka October 2018
The editorial board of the Diamondback, the University of Maryland's independent student newspaper, has published a column calling for the firing of university president Wallace Loh, athletic director Damon Evans and suspended football coach DJ Durkin.
Feud Between Washington, ESPN Cools
by Adam Jude September 2018
Chris Petersen's tone was even-tempered, his words composed, when he delivered the comments that sparked a war with ESPN nearly a year ago.
Sacramento Kings Owner Addresses Fans After Protests
by Courtney Cameron March 2018
Thursday’s game between the Sacramento Kings and the Atlanta Hawks was delayed as protesters gathered around the city to protest Sunday’s fatal shooting of 22-year-old, unarmed Stephon Clark.
Gym Owner’s Video of Female Clients Sparks Outrage
by Jason Scott January 2018
A North Carolina gym owner is in hot water after he posted a video on social media that featured his female clients’ rear ends.
MSU Trustee Breaks Ranks, Calls for Simon's Resignation
by Courtney Cameron January 2018
After the MSU student government unanimously approved a resolution calling for the resignation of university president Lou Anna Simon Thursday night, the Board of Trustees staged a closed-door meeting Friday to draft a statement of continued support for Simon.