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Routledge Handbook of Sports Journalism

Rob Steen (Redaktør) ; Jed Novick (Redaktør) ; Huw Richards (Redaktør)

The Routledge Handbook of Sports Journalism is a comprehensive and in-depth survey of the fast-moving and multifaceted world of sports journalism. Encompassing historical and contemporary analysis, and case studies exploring best practice as well as cutting edge themes and issues, the book also represents an impassioned defence of the skill and art of the trained journalist in an era of unmediated digital commentary. Les mer
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The Routledge Handbook of Sports Journalism is a comprehensive and in-depth survey of the fast-moving and multifaceted world of sports journalism. Encompassing historical and contemporary analysis, and case studies exploring best practice as well as cutting edge themes and issues, the book also represents an impassioned defence of the skill and art of the trained journalist in an era of unmediated digital commentary.





With contributions from leading sports-media scholars and practising journalists, the book examines journalism across print, broadcast and digital media, exploring the everyday reality of working as a contemporary reporter, editor or sub-editor. It considers the organisations that shape output, from PR departments to press agencies, as well as the socio-political themes that influence both content and process, such as identity, race and gender. The book also includes interviews with, and biographies of, well-known journalists, as well as case studies looking at the way that some of the biggest names in world sport, from Lance Armstrong to Caster Semenya, have been reported.





This is essential reading for all students, researchers and professionals working in sports journalism, sports broadcasting, sports marketing and management, or the sociology or history of sport.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction


Jed Novick





1 Why Sports Journalism Matters


Rob Steen





Part I: The Trade





2 Sport and Journalism in the 18th and 19th Centuries


Mike Huggins





3 The Art of Sportswriting


Rob Steen and Huw Richards





4 Newspapers


Guy Hodgson





5 Tabloids


Rob Shepherd





6 Agencies


John Mehaffey





7 Regional Newspapers


Graham Hiley





8 Fanzines


Huw Richards





9 Multiplatform Sports Journalism


Mark Barden





10 Broadcasting: Interview with Martin Tyler


Adrienne Rosen





11 Twitter


Simon McEnnis





12 Public Relations


Owen Evans





13 The Sports Editor: Good cop or bad?


Paul Weaver





14 The Sub-editor


Charles Morris





15 Humour


Rob Steen





16 Statistics and Records


Huw Richards





17 When Dreams fall Apart


Rob Steen





Half-time Interval: Interview with David Lacey and Patrick Barclay


Rob Steen





Part II: Issues





18 Race


Rob Steen & Jed Novick





19 Sexuality


Neil Farrington





20 Homophobia: Interview with Alex Kay-Jelski


Neil Farrington





21 Money


Peter Berlin





22 National Identity


Peter English





23 The Olympics


Gareth Edwards





24 Football Hooliganism


Roger Domeneghetti





25 Football managers and the Press


Stephen Wagg





26 Who Owns the Narrative?


Sam Duncan and Ian Glenn





27 Caster Semenya


John Price





28 Lance Armstrong


Peter Bramham and Stephen Wagg











Part III: Trailblazers





29 Frank Keating


Rob Steen





30 Hugh McIlvanney


Kevin Mitchell





31 Vikki Orvice


Steven Howard





32 John Samuel


Matthew Engel





Part IV: The Future





33 A New Golden Age?


Raymond Boyle





34 Diversity


Carrie Dunn





35 Reporting


Toby Miller

Om forfatteren

Rob Steen is an author, journalist and sportswriter, and former senior lecturer and co-leader of the BA (Hons) Sport Journalism course at the University of Brighton, UK. He has been cricket correspondent for the Financial Times and deputy sports editor for the Sunday Times. He has written for many other newspapers and magazines, including The Guardian, The Independent and Independent on Sunday, The Daily and Sunday Telegraph, The Age (Melbourne), India Today and Hindustan Times. He won the 1995 Cricket Society Literary Award, the UK section of the 2005 EU Journalism Award "for diversity, against discrimination", and has been shortlisted twice for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year award, and once for the Lord Aberdare Prize for Sports History.





Jed Novick is an author, journalist and sportswriter, as well as senior lecturer on the BA (Hons) Sport Journalism and Journalism courses at the University of Brighton, UK. He has written for The Times (sportswriter), The Independent (TV editor), The Guardian (arts writer), The Observer (deputy arts editor) and the Daily Express (arts editor), as well as a number of magazines and journals.





Huw Richards has been rugby correspondent of the Financial Times, cricket correspondent of the International Herald Tribune, staff reporter on the Times Higher Education Supplement and associate lecturer at London Metropolitan and St Mary's Twickenham Universities and the London College of Communication. He has also been shortlisted for the William Hill prize and the Aberdare Prize for Sports History.