MediaShift is a PBS endeavor that attempts to guide its audience through the “digital media revolution.”
Its editor, Mark Glaser, has put together a stable of educators, professionals and thinkers that are focusing on issues in legacy and digital media, while attempting to unearth and develop ideas in innovation, entrepreneurship, education, ethics, as well as technology.
Glaser asked me to weigh in on new — and old — topics in sports journalism. To me, this includes sports media education, too.
“Sports Journalism Programs Rise, But Can They Take the High Road?” is the first post, published on MediaShift’s website Tuesday, Sept. 2.
I’ll publish links to the articles/columns here, but you can also find it by following @PBSMediaShift, @PBSIdeaLab or by searching #EdShift.
2019 FIFA Women's World Cup: Media, Fandom, and Soccer's Biggest Stage is available online and in hardback from Palgrave Macmillan.
Molly Yanity, Ph.D.