Monthly Archives: April 2016

Lessons to learn from Tunsil’s NFL Draft PR inferno

Posted on by Gail

Bill Belichick can get away with saying, “We’re onto [name-the-city],” each time he’s asked about a hot topic. A rookie that hasn’t played a down of football in the NFL? Not so much. As if Dolphins’ first-round pick Laremy Tunsil … Continue reading

Jordan Spieth rewrote the book on sportsmanship, sports PR

Posted on by Gail

PGA Tour member, Jordan Spieth is a professional golfer, not a sports publicist, he could have a second career as the latter. Roll out the cliches when you consider Spieth after a devastating Masters Tournament finish. Grace under pressure. Sportswriter’s … Continue reading

Sports media – you need a website

Posted on by Gail

{This post originally appeared at nationalsportsmedia.org, previously National Sportsbroadcasters and Sportswriters Association, as it made a website transfer.} Sportscasters and Sportswriters: you need your own websites Sportscasters and sportswriters that have taken buyouts or were released in media organization downsizings ask, … Continue reading

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