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October 29, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Before you attend the Careers in Sport Symposium tomorrow, get a sneak peek at some of this year’s speakers. As part of a Sport Publications class assignment, students interviewed upcoming Symposium speakers and then wrote an 800-word feature on their respective subject. Below, senior Daniel Feinstein profiles IC alumna and keynote speaker Amy Doonan Cronin […]

According to Ryan Knapp, “Yes–if you go one step further.” The newly-minted NSCAA New Media Coordinator–and featured Symposium* speaker–devoted 90 minutes of his time today to talk to our graduate students about his wealth of experiences in the soccer industry. Utilizing a flashy “Lessig Method” of presentation, which makes the traditional PowerPoint seem like The […]

Before you attend the Careers in Sport Symposium this Saturday, October 30, get a sneak peek at some of this year’s speakers. As part of a Sport Publications class assignment, students interviewed upcoming Symposium speakers and then wrote an 800-word feature on their respective subject. Below, senior Sport Media major Eric Reinauer profiles Ryan Knapp, […]

Before you attend the Careers in Sport Symposium this Saturday, October 30, get a sneak peek at some of this year’s speakers. As part of a Sport Publications class assignment, students interviewed upcoming Symposium speakers and then wrote an 800-word feature on their respective subject. Below, junior Sport Media major Meghan Herlihy profiles IC alumna […]

New study by Ithaca College’s Graduate Program in Sport Management lands on the front page of ESPN.com yesterday The expression “full” athletic scholarship is persuasive. Used over and over to convey an impression that “lucky” college athletes are able to play the sports they love while getting an education for “free,” few sports fans are […]

Before you attend the Careers in Sport Symposium this Saturday, October 30, get a sneak peek at some of this year’s speakers. As part of a Sport Publications class assignment, students interviewed upcoming Symposium speakers and then wrote an 800-word feature on their respective subject. Below, junior Sport Media major Nat Schacht profiles IC Sport […]

*Sorry, I couldn’t resist King James’ latest water cooler fodder premiered on Monday—and did not disappoint from a sport media perspective. The new Heat forward—a 6’8” lightning rod in a mass media prairie—offered a 92-second response to months of criticism from what he has affectionately deemed “haters.” In my Sport Media Relations class last night […]

Welcome to the brand new Ithaca College Sport Management and Media blog (ICSMMblog for short)! A major goal of ICSMMblog is to be a one-stop shop (think: Rogan’ s Corner) for all of your Ithaca College Sport Management and Media-related needs. Another purpose of this blog is to build a community among our ever-expanding alumni, […]

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