College football unplugged, thanks to the Internet

College football in the South, especially in the SEC, is not just a regional obsession. There are no boundaries thanks to the Internet. Here is a look at how four newspapers focused more attention on the Web to promote coverage of teams in the SEC. Video, video and more video Times-Picayune sports e 

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APSE/Scripps team up to help improve diversity in sports

The Associated Press Sports Editors teamed with the Scripps Howard Foundation Click on the image above to view a slideshow of the event. on Nov. 12 to give more than 80 Hampton University and Hampton Roads (Va.) area high school students the opportunity to learn more about sports writing, newspapers 

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Levine: Empty desks, and a void in our family

 If life were fair, sports probably wouldn’t be. We wouldn’t need the comfort of knowing that somewhere, somehow, there are rules designed to give every competitor in every game the possibility of victory. No matter how remote that possibility, we know it exists. And while life offe 

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TRIBUNE COMPANY TO VOLUNTARILY RESTRUCTURE DEBT UNDER CHAPTER 11

Publishing, Interactive and Broadcasting Businesses to Continue Operations; Chicago Cubs and Wrigley Field Not Part of Chapter 11 Filing; Monetization Efforts to Continue CHICAGO, Dec. 8, 2008 – Tribune Company today announced that it is View the PDF of the official press release voluntarily r 

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Let’s have an APSE-AWSM Convention

 APSE judging in Las Vegas is a few months away. Lynn Hoppes APSE national convention in Pittsburgh is six months away. How many people will show up at either? Or both? generic cialis lowest price That is the big question. Organizations such as APSE are trying to figure out how to be organizati 

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Orlando Sentinel assistant Speros recovering from liver transplant

While setting up his trademark zany photo shoots for the Orlando Sentinel sports section, Bill Speros has conquered many challenges (just ask Barack Obama and John McCain). Now Speros faces a greater challenge. The Sentinel’s deputy sports editor underwent liver transplant surgery on Nov. 28 a 

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APSE-Scripps join forces to increase diversity

The first joint venture between the Associated Press Sports Editors and Scripps Click on the image above to view a slideshow of the event. Howard Foundation took place at Hampton University’s Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications on Nov. 12 in Hampton, Va. The project was star 

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Yahoo! editor: Keep your website fresh or lose readers

 As custodians of our Web sites, we strive to provide engaging stories, blogs with attitude, and slideshows and videos to go along with game results. But the difference between a good sports Web site and a great sports Web site might be only a few clicks away. Al Toby, sports coverage editor fo 

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Contest time is fast approaching

 Make your reservations for judging now Judges are needed and room reservations are being accepted by the Alexis Park Resort for winter meetings and contest judging in Las Vegas Feb. 21-25. You can make your reservation either by phone or by going online. The phone number is 1-800-582-2228. For 

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Editor opening at the Star-Telegram

The Star-Telegram in Fort Worth, Texas, is looking for an assistant sports editor. The gamer is dead an hour after the final whistle. The as…