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The 3rd Annual One-Day Ticket to Sportscasting Success is coming back to the NSSA Awards Weekend on June 9th. Co-hosted by NSSA and run by STAA’s Jon Chelesnik, this seminar will once again feature some of the biggest names in sportscasting and sportswriting as presenters. As of March 6, the following have committed to presenting: […]Read more
Auburn University head football coach Gus Malzahn was the winner of both college football coach of the year awards voted on by NSSA members this season. Malzahn received the Bear Bryant Award in Houston January 15th at the Royal Sonesta Hotel. The Bryant Award is voted on by the full NSSA membership, and is the […]Read more
“From the Top of Georgia, this is WUCG-LPFM” will soon be heard on the airwaves in Union County. Low Power FM radio stations are community-based non-profit outlets that broadcast to neighborhoods and small towns throughout the country. These noncommercial stations inject vibrancy into a radio dial that has suffered from years of media consolidation. LPFM […]Read more
Seven-time NSSA Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year Cliff Christl has ended his seven-year retirement and gone back to work. Cliff is now the Green Bay Packers’ Historian. http://www.packers.com/news-and-events/article-1/Cliff-Christl-joining-Packers-packerscom-as-historian/127adf41-80da-43c7-9c19-1178ca63b307Read more
New Jersey journalist and sports legend Sid Dorfman died Saturday at age 94. Steve Politi of the Star-Ledger has the obit: http://www.nj.com/sports/ledger/politi/index.ssf/2014/02/sid_dorfman_a_true_master_jour.html and his memory of the best advice he ever got, from Dorfman: http://www.nj.com/sports/ledger/politi/index.ssf/2014/02/politi_remembering_the_late_si.htmlRead more