NSMA Awards Voting and How It Works - A Panel


"How do you guys decide who wins your awards? Can I nominate someone? Why aren't there more people of color or women as finalists?"

These are some of the questions we get about the National Sports Media Association Awards.

So this Thursday, December 3, at 4pm EST, we're going to try to answer all of your questions. And ask some too.
If you're an NSMA member, a student interested in sports media, or even a non-member, join our esteemed panel of:
  • Gary Washburn, basketball writer covering the Boston Celtics and NBA for The Boston Globe;
  • Erik Hall, Lead Social Media and Digital Producer for Sports at USA TODAY;
  • Lauren Sisler, reporter at and and sideline reporter for ESPN and SEC Network.

Please join us!!

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IOC President Bach to stand unopposed for re-election in 2021


LAUSANNE, December 1, 2020 – Thomas Bach will stand unopposed next year for a second term as president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the governing body confirmed on Tuesday (1 December).

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AIPS Members: Vote for the Champions of 2020


Dear Colleague,

The year 2020 has been an exceptional one for sport and sports journalism because of the Covid-19 pandemic. In spite of a calendar riddled with suspensions, postponements and cancellations, several sporting events were still organised and concluded, albeit under very specific conditions. As a mark of respect for the preparation and efforts of all the professional athletes, AIPS opens its usual end-of-the-year poll to choose the very best from a peculiar year of sport.

AIPS members from all over the world can vote for the Best Athletes and Team of 2020.

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Applications open for Chengdu 2021 FISU-AIPS Young Reporters Programme


LAUSANNE, October 19, 2020 – The International University Sports Federation has opened applications for the sixth edition of the Young Reporters Programme, that will be delivered at the Chengdu 2021 FISU World University Games from 18-29 August next year.

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