Sports media

There is not only a women's sports revolution, but there is somewhat of a change in sports media -- video, talk radio, print, magazines, and the World Wide Web.

*Book review: Counting Coup

*Media watch: ESPN glosses over guilt in its 2002 Women's Sports Weekend

*Media watch: Is USA Today guilty of gender-cleansing its sports staff?

*Troubling cuts afoot in women's sports media on the Web

*Book review: The Game of Life

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 1998

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 1999

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 2000

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 2001

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 2002

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 2003

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 2004

*Book review: The Best American Sportswriting 2005

*Media watch: what is the future of sports journalism?

*Media watch: Super Bowl hype ... or hoard?

*Teleside, USA: HBO documentary on women's sports is focused, but flawed when it comes to how it treats the game of field hockey.

*Media watch: Talking heads talk so much, the game is secondary

*Open access, and the lack of it, is becoming a major problem

*ESPN documentary shows (some) universal truths about recruiting

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