The Fayetteville SwampDogs are seeking friendly, motivated team players for summer internships at “The Swamp”. Are you a people person? Do you have a passion for baseball? Are you a person of integrity with a good work ethic? Do you have a dream of working in sports? Then a summer internship with the Fayetteville SwampDogs […]

On January 28, 2011, the Boston Blazers of the National Lacrosse League (NLL) will host a career fair with over 20 professional teams and entertainment companies. If you’re looking for an opportunity to meet representatives in the industry and to pass out your resume, click here. It could be your start in sports…

One Small Step…

November 22, 2010 | 1 Comment’s “Jock-O-Sphere”* reports the Golden State Warriors are giving social media journalists an opportunity to cover the team–just like real life journalists. According to the Warriors website, social media journalists selected to participate in this “unprecedented 3-Point Play” project will: 1. Attend a Warriors practice at the team’s Practice Facility in downtown Oakland either prior […]

On Friday, December 3rd, Dr. Andrei S. Markovits, one of the authors of the book “Gaming the World: How Sports Are Reshaping Global Politics and Culture”, will be lecturing at Cornell University at 12:00pm. The lecture will be held in the A.D. White House on East Avenue on the Cornell campus. According to the Princeton University Press […]

SportsNet New York (SNY), which launched March 16, 2006, is New York’s new regional sports network founded by Sterling Entertainment Enterprises, Time Warner and Comcast. SNY is a 24/7 regional sports and entertainment television network that will feature up to 125 regular season New York Mets telecasts – as well as provide unparalleled live sports […]

Cam Newton. Ever heard of him? [deep breath] Let me be clear and concise: I don’t care if he accepted six figures, cheated on a test or stole a laptop. Heisman or no Heisman, it really doesn’t affect my life.

Below, Sport Management graduate student Sean Vanho shares his experience–and words of wisdom–as an amateur blogger. In addition to his classroom duties and personal blogging endeavor, Sean is a valuable contributor to the ICSMMblog. Do you ever think of really interesting things you want to say during class but can’t quite articulate it until after […]

Last Monday, the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism at Penn State (try saying that three times in a row), graciously hosted a CoveritLive panel centered on “The Intersection Between Sports Coverage and Fantasy Sports.” Below, I’ve provided some highlights (or lowlights?) of the discussion, as well as my personal commentary on each issue. Read […]

One recurring question asked by students, parents and prospective students is, “Do Ithaca College grads get jobs in sports?” Yes, it does happen.* After the jump, read a sampling of sports literature recently created by our alumni in the industry.

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