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Press Box Revolution - How Sports Reporting Has Changed Over the Past Thirty Years - cover

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Press Box Revolution - How Sports Reporting Has Changed Over the Past Thirty Years

Rich Coutinho

Publisher: Sports Publishing

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The veteran sports reporter takes readers from courtside to the locker room and beyond through thirty years of tumultuous change in sports journalism. 
 
New York-based sports reporter Rich Coutinho has covered everything from the World Series to the Super Bowl, from the Olympics to the Indianapolis 500, and from the Masters to the Stanley Cup Finals. Over his long career, he’s had a front row seat not only for incredible moments in sports history, but also for the dramatic evolution of sports journalism. In Press Box Revolution, he gives readers a vivid, blow-by-blow account of the industry, how it’s changed, and where it’s headed. 
 
Coutinho gives an insider’s view of the evolving technology in the business, the growth of women in sports creating much-needed diversity in the reporting landscape, the emergence of sports talk radio and the Internet, as well as the personalities on the New York sports scene that make it so challenging to cover. Pulling back the curtain to reveal how sports are reported, Press Box Revolution is a must-read for both fans and aspiring sports journalists.
Available since: 04/04/2017.
Print length: 274 pages.

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