RSN racing editor Matt Stewart reflects on the current state of mainstream racing journalism.
On Saturday the 21st of November 2015, the Sports Writers Festival is hosting a preliminary “mini-fest” at Federation Square.
In the next of our Journalism 101 series, we look at what sports journalism is.
How do sports writers separate team allegiances to remain unbiased? Liam Quinn finds out.
Michael Malthouse and ABC Central Victoria presenter, Ann Jones, will visit the La Trobe University Bendigo campus to speak about all things media and sport.
ABC sports broadcaster Francis Leach will be speaking to La Trobe University students this afternoon.
Star News Group is looking for a casual sports reporter to join their team.
An opportunity for an enthusiastic and motivated cadet sports journalist has opened at Victorian publisher Newspaper House.
The Western Region Football League is seeking cadet sport reporters to join its media team.
Want to rub shoulders with media insiders and professionals, while learning invaluable lessons from their years of industry experience? Check out Prospect 360’s media seminars, running this June.
As the year draws to an end, Farhan Shah gives us a run-down of the sporting highlights of 2011 and casts his eyes to 2012.
Contacts, coffee, hard work and persistence are the key to becoming a sports commentator, ABC Radio’s Matt Clinch explains to Edward Sadler.
SBS chief football analyst Craig Foster has an undeniable love of the ‘beautiful game’. The former Socceroo speaks to Daniel Baricevic about the current state of Australian football and its future.
The ABC invites women to apply for the Woman Sport Broadcaster Internship to be based in Sydney in 2012.
Melbourne-based sports commentator Gerard Whateley’s childhood dream was always to call for a wide variety of sports. And as Jonathan Wilkinson discovered, it’s this which continues to drive his passion.
A social media slip up take centre stage in an amusing cautionary tale by the American sports columnist Bill Simmons. The piece has been chosen by Jonathan Wilkinson to take its place in our list of the ‘100 articles’ every journalist should read about journalism.
Our own Ryan Murphy is in the running to win a major sports reporting competition.