The coronavirus has brought sports leagues to a standstill, and with fans keen on finding out when live games will resume, sports media is rife with speculation.
Over the past 15 years, the newspaper industry has faced a constant problem: declining revenue. Aside from increases for the big three—Washington Post, New York Times and Wall Street Journal—after the 2016 election (dubbed the “Trump Bump”), the industry has used slash-and-burn tactics to stay
On Saturday, February 22, the day Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin scored his 700th goal, another hockey story happened that completely overshadowed Ovechkin’s milestone. Any other day in the league, a future Hall of Famer crossing a milestone would dominate the day’s social media coverage.
“Cheating is wrong.” This is a simple fact of life that many have heard since we were young. Someone should have told the Houston Astros this during the 2017 season. Just before 2 pm on January 13, MLB insider Ken Rosenthal broke news of the
Racist and bias-related incidents on college campuses across the country have left new challenges for student journalists.
In the midst of growing pressure on technology companies to regulate political advertising ahead of the 2020 election, Google announced last week it will limit advertisers’ ability to micro-target users on the basis of their political affiliations.
Hockey Night in Canada, a staple program in the country with an illustrious history dating back to the age of radio, has fired its longest-tenured analyst. Don Cherry had been a host on the program since 1982 when the Coaches Corner segment was created due
For years, Nike has marketed itself as a company committed to supporting professional female athletes and encouraging young girls to play sports. The company is known for its powerful advertisements portraying female athletes from all ethnic backgrounds, a range of age groups and different languages.
After Facebook unveiled a policy exempting political ads from being fact-checked and removed, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced last week the social media platform will be banning all political ads. The surprise announcement puts the two social media giants on opposite sides of the debate over combatting disinformation ahead of the 2020 election.
Snapchat Political Ad Spending Shows How Groups in the United States and Beyond are Getting Creative
Back in September, Snapchat published their Political and Advocacy Ad’s Library for 2019. The data collected in the library range from how much money was spent on political ads, to who funded the ad spending. According to CNN, Snapchat was moved to publish its data