Sportswriting in the Digital Age

Sportswriting in the Digital Age

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by Jason Fry
     
 

The web is revolutionizing sportswriting, with beat writers now expected to constantly tweet, offer in-game analysis, write blog posts and file game stories for various editions. Jason Fry, columnist for Indiana University's National Sports Journalism Center, has collected 19 of his best essays in an ebook that offers a wealth of practical advice for sportswriters

Overview

The web is revolutionizing sportswriting, with beat writers now expected to constantly tweet, offer in-game analysis, write blog posts and file game stories for various editions. Jason Fry, columnist for Indiana University's National Sports Journalism Center, has collected 19 of his best essays in an ebook that offers a wealth of practical advice for sportswriters in the digital age.

Fry, a 12-year veteran of The Wall Street Journal Online and co-writer of the renowned Mets blog Faith and Fear in Flushing, draws on more than a decade of web experience and a lifetime love of sports and sportswriting to tackle a host of questions of interest to digital natives and print veterans alike. From ideas about how to reinvent the game story to Twitter tips and thoughts on how digital practices are changing access and coverage, Sportswriting in the Digital Age is the ideal guide for adapting to today's rapidly changing web landscape.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011480003
Publisher:
Jason Fry
Publication date:
08/22/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
190 KB

Meet the Author

Jason Fry is a writer, editor and media consultant in Brooklyn, N.Y. He spent more than 12 years at The Wall Street Journal Online, serving as a writer, columnist, editor and projects guy. While at WSJ.com he edited and co-wrote The Daily Fix, a daily roundup of the best sportswriting online. He blogs about the Mets at Faith and Fear in Flushing, and has written for or consulted with Nieman Journalism Lab, the Poynter Institute, Yahoo! Sports, MSG.com, Deadspin, Baseball Prospectus, EidosMedia and the Library of Congress.

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Sportswriting in the Digital Age 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read the post! The one in caps lock!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sees thundercracker shake. "What is it?"
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You as well. Says softly. Walks to the first result.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He meant jason fry. Not jasonfry
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*I look back at the Autobot base and down at the road. I turn into a Ford GT Concept and drive awaytoward the human city*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Watches the activities of the autobots silently.