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UW-Eau Claire Women’s Volleyball hosts Nike/Eastbay Fall Classic

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By Rachel Schmidt The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire hosted the Nike/Eastbay Fall Classic Sept. 15-16 at McPhee Physical Education Center. Seven teams participated including the Blugolds.   Advertisements

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Women sports journalists endure harassment

By Katie Gerber It is questionable whether the public really knows the kind of abuse that women in the sports journalism industry face. In August of 2015 Sports Illustrated published an article  detailing the abuse women reporters face in the locker rooms … Continue reading

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Journalism Meets Social Media

By Michael Roemer In the ever changing world of social media, many news companies, big and small have shifted the focus of the newsroom from daily reporting to up to the second updates on Facebook and Twitter. Sometimes these practices … Continue reading

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Twitter changing sports, fan relationship

By Kyle Naber Twitter and sports go hand in hand in today’s fast paced and social media storm of a world. During sporting events, there are millions of tweets that are firing off every second, but is it possible that twitter … Continue reading

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ESPN offers opinion, not news

Have you ever watched a program on ESPN and noticed how the news of the stories are often lost by the time the reporter is done delivering their story? This is a common theme on ESPN and it is because … Continue reading

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Social media redefines sports journalism

The growth of social media has begun to redefine the way sports journalism is viewed in America. Sports stories are now told in 140 characters or less, through social media sites such as Twitter. Behind us are the times that … Continue reading

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Social media advances sports journalism

In today’s world, people rely on the internet for news and updates about their favorite sports teams. More specifically, they are turning to social sites like Twitter, Facebook and Espn.com Social media is making it possible for journalists to communicate … Continue reading

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