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COVID-19 tiene a emisoras de deportes luchando por encontrar nuevas formas de producir contenido

Estudiantes hablando en la emisora de deportes de DePaul.

Ernesto Hernandez, La DePaulia Sports Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

Las emisoras de deportes han tenido que cambiar sus métodos de operación para continuar sus programaciones regulares en medio del coronavirus.  Mitch Rosen, director de operaciones de 607 The Score, dijo que el cambio de operaciones de radio fue realmente un esfuerzo de equipo completo.  ...

COVID-19 has sports radio scrambling for new ways to produce content

The studio for Radio DePaul Sports' office in the Loop campus.

Ernesto Hernandez, Contributing Writer

May 15, 2020

Live sports and entertainment was disrupted by the coronavirus. Stakeholders and entities within that sports ecosystem have also been impacted. From television to print to radio, no one has been immune.  The pandemic has shifted the way both college and professional radio stations operate while mak...

An Eagles win is a win for the common person

Tom Brady is looking for his sixth Super Bowl, and second against the Philadelphia Eagles. (Mark Humphrey | AP)

Lacey Latch, Arts & Life Editor

February 4, 2018

There’s something inherently appealing about an underdog. David and Goliath is an almost universal tale, the story of a young boy that beat a nine-foot warrior. It’s not hard for anyone to cheer for the people that are already being counted out. If they lose, it’s less traumatic, but if they win,...

NFL under fire, burned by public

NFL under fire, burned by public

Jonah Atchison

October 5, 2014

In recent weeks, the NFL has been rocked with various domestic abuse scandals befitting for a MTV reality TV show: A video showing Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice brutally assaulting his then-fiancee Janay Palmer was released and not long after that, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Pe...

Accountability needed from NFL

Ray Rice (right) was cut from the Baltimore Ravens after a video surfaced from TMZ  of him knocking out his then-fiancee Janay Palmer (left). (Patrick Semansky / AP)

Christian Jones

September 28, 2014

The recent controversies that the NFL has been involved with have made the league seem far behind the times socially. With each controversy, the NFL and its players are conducting business like the 1960s. The negativity started Feb. 10 when former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam came out as bein...

A dent in the shield: NFL commissioner Goodell masks real issue of victims

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. (Jason Decrow / AP)

Parker Asmann

September 28, 2014

Amidst the controversy surrounding domestic violence issues involving the NFL, it’s not hard to come to think that, through the various press conferences and interviews that have been conducted, that the league and their players, along with their sponsors, are the sole parties being affected. ...

No Hope for the NFL: Overlooking Hope Solo’s domestic violence scandal

In this Oct. 20, 2013, file photo, United States goalkeeper Hope Solo pauses on the field during the second half of an international friendly women's soccer match against Australia in San Antonio. U.S. Soccer is standing by its decision to allow goalkeeper Hope Solo to continue to play while she faces domestic violence charges, Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. (AP Photo/Darren Abate, File)

Heather Slawny

September 25, 2014

Repeated domestic violence scandals from the NFL have recently shed light on the issue of domestic violence more strongly than ever before, and more women have gained the courage to seek help. According to The Washington Post, the National Domestic Violence Hotline has seen an astounding 84 percent ...

Superior skills masked by sexual orientation

Michael Sam is the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL. His sexual orientation has become a controversial issue in the league. L.G. PATTERSON | AP

Sam Ridge

September 15, 2014

When Michael Sam was drafted by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL draft, he did what most other draftees do. He kissed his significant other. Read More »...

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