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Journal of Sports Media
Edited by Mary Lou Sheffer
Founding Editor, Brad Schultz

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ISSN  1558-4313






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The official journal of the Sports Communication Interest Group of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

The Journal of Sports Media is a response to the undeniable influence of sports media on contemporary culture and the growing interest in the field as an area of study and research. It provides a broad-based exploration of the field and promotes a greater understanding of sports media in terms of their practices, value, and effect on the culture as a whole. The journal features scholarly articles, essays, and book reviews. While the majority of the articles are academic in nature, it also includes articles from industry leaders and sports media figures on topics appealing to a non-academic audience.


Volume 12, Number 1 (Spring 2017)

As Alabama Played, So Did the South: Newspaper Coverage of the University of Alabama’s Victory in the 1926 Rose Bowl
John Carvalho and Michael Milford
Leading With the Head: How NBC’s Football Night in America Framed Football’s Concussion Crisis, a Case Study
Michael Mirer and Mark Mederson
The Players’ Tribune: Self-Branding and Boundary Work in Digital Sports Media
David Schwartz and Travis Vogan
“Just Goes to Show How These Hoes Try to Tear Men Down”: Investigating Twitter and Cultural Conversations on Athletic Ability, Race, and Sexual Assault
Erin Ash, Jimmy Sanderson, Chenjerai Kumanyika, and Kelly Gramlich
How Athletes Frame Themselves on Social Media: An Analysis of Twitter Profiles
Roxane Coche
The Sale of the Atlanta Hawks: Is It Racism or White Ownership Playing the Race Card?
Emmett L. Gill Jr., M. Candace Christensen, and Alfred G. Pérez
The Rise of the Local: The Power of Regional Sports Networks in the Television Marketplace
William Kunz
Legends Worthy of Lament: An Analysis of Self-Presentation and User Framing on the Legends Football League’s Facebook Page
Evan L. Frederick, Ann Pegoraro, and Lauren M. Burch