is a quality introduction to the life of a sports reporter. It is filled with fundamental information that tomorrow's professional sports reporters will need to survive in a changing media system. (Murley, Bryan)Sports Journalism
is an easy-to-read, easy-to-digest primer that conveys a sense of enthusiasm and authority about sports reporting. A variety of sources - including reporters, editors, commentators, and bloggers - make each chapter a lively read. The book also provides a thoroughly up-to-date view of the modern sports journalist, working with a spectrum of technology to bring fans the best in coverage. (Marie Hardin)
About the Author
Kathryn T. Stofer is associate professor of communication arts at Hastings College. James R. Schaffer is professor of journalism at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Brian A. Rosenthal is a sports writer at the Lincoln Journal Star.