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The Complete Sports Section

A presentation on scholastic journalism sports coverage.
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on 12 November 2012

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Transcript of The Complete Sports Section

there is no crying in baseball... CHRIS WAUGAMAN, CJE
TRNWIRED.ORG, THE ROYAL NEWS, TRNSPORTS.ORG
CLWAUG@GMAIL.COM Sports is more than just game results Sports is about…
Playing by the rules
Being loyal to a team
Trying your hardest
Failures
Getting back up when you’ve been knocked down
Believing Understand your audience
Focus on content and form
Add some spice
Give them a deeper understanding through thorough reporting and great storytelling So how do we cover all of those concepts? Game Stories
Feature Stories
Alternative Copy
Opinion Pieces Great Sports Columnists
Tony Kornheiser
Michael Wilbon
Mitch Album
Kevin Blackistone
Bob Ryan
Mike Lupica “We didn't lose the game; we just ran out of time.”  ~Vince Lombardi Great Use of Numbers
Top Ten ListsOver/Under surveysPlayer Numbers (Retired too) “Most games are lost, not won.”  ~Casey Stengel Find a newspeg
Use a visual
Look for an angle
Get personal FEATURES How do you do current? Facebook
Web page
Blog
Podcast
Ustream, Qik, CoverItLive “ If a tie is like kissing your sister, losing is like kissing your grandmother with her teeth out.”  ~George Brett, 1986 Whatever you do… don’t publish…
A poor repeat of the local daily
Stories that are of no consequence
Stories that have no emotion
Stories that have no fun
Sports is fun So how do we cover all of those concepts?
Understand your audience
Focus on content and form
Add some spice
Give them a deeper understanding through thorough reporting and great storytelling Rachel Waymack, Prince George HS Elisabeth Dillon, Allen HS, Texas Gennie Avellino, Pinnacle, Rockwood Summit HS rachel english, shawnee mission east, the harbinger If it wasn't - we would all be crying all of the time... And remember there is no crying in baseball...
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