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Progress has been grudging - and it shows.
2:00: Patrick Kane vs. Derrick Rose.
The number of jobs held by women and members of minority groups in sports departments at newspapers and websites remains low, according to a study by the University of Central Florida's Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports.
The report once again gave the more than 100 outlets that belong to the Associated Press Sports Editors group a C-plus grade for the racial diversity of their hiring and their fourth straight failing grade for gender diversity.
Last year, 91.5 percent of sports editors, 90.2 percent of assistant sports editors, 83.5 percent of columnists, 85 percent of reporters and 83.3 percent of copy editors or designers were white. Also, 90.1 percent of sports editors were men.
13:38: Sports Media's Biggest Impasse.
"When I started at WGN . . . there were three women, and we were all update anchors," [Score update anchor Julie] DiCaro said. "They had guys coming in who hadn't been in the industry six months, right out of college, and they were getting hosting positions. But we went to update anchors."
* DiCaro: My Astoundingly Typical Rape.
Who'd of thunk a white defensive end could actually dance? J.J. Watt is that good!— Hub Arkush (@Hub_Arkush) January 26, 2015
* See the item The Insidiousness Of Racism.
* See also: The [Race] Papers.
41:17: Numbers: Leagues, Media, Fans, Cities.
* Media Makeup Just Factually Does Not Reflect The City's Demographics. In Fact, It's Not Even Close.
* Also: College Hoops' Black Coaching Issue.
* Thirst trap.
49:52: Black Grantland.
56:09: Re-Education Camps For White Men!
Every athlete and injury different. But for comparison sake, when D-Rose had meniscus surgery last year, he missed 43 days; Keith missed 24.— David Haugh (@DavidHaugh) November 13, 2015
1:04:16: Upcoming from Evan F. Moore: Victim Shaming And Hero Worship.
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Posted on May 22, 2020