Sports journalism

Form of journalism that reports on sporting topics and competitions / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Sports journalism is a form of writing that reports on matters pertaining to sporting topics and competitions. Sports journalism started in the early 1980s[citation needed] when it was targeted to the social elite and transitioned into an integral part of the news business with newspapers having dedicated sports sections.[1][2] The increased popularity of sports amongst the middle and lower class led to the more coverage of sports content in publications. The appetite for sports resulted in sports-only media such as Sports Illustrated and ESPN. There are many different forms of sports journalism, ranging from play-by-play and game recaps to analysis and investigative journalism on important developments in the sport. Technology and the internet age has massively changed the sports journalism space as it is struggling with the same problems that the broader category of print journalism is struggling with, mainly not being able to cover costs due to falling subscriptions. New forms of internet blogging and tweeting in the current millennium have pushed the boundaries of sports journalism.

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Sports photographers at a game at Croke Park, Ireland

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