#197 I Don't Speak Sports
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#197 I Don’t Speak Sports
Sports journalism is facing many of the same issues as other facets of the industry: declining ad revenues, job insecurities, and too much content vying for too few eyeballs.
September 5, 2017

It’s clear that sports journalism is facing many of the same issues as other facets of the industry: declining ad revenues, job insecurities, and too much content vying for too few eyeballs. It also has some unique challenges.

Joining us to unpack the state of sports media are The Athletic‘s James Mirtle, Morgan Campbell of the Toronto Star, and longtime freelance journalist Richard Whittall.

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