Serena Williams’s 2009 Body Issue cover still ranks as ESPN’s best seller – hers was one of six alternative covers used for the inaugural issue. This year it’s called BODY10, which hit newsstands June 29.
America’s newspapers have been shrinking for several years, and not unlike most U.S. industries, diversity becomes a causality when cuts occur.
ESPN Co-Host Jemele Hill returned to work this week after a two-week suspension for tweets on her personal account that, according to the network, violated its social media policy. She’s back, but for how long? The four-letter sports behemoth perhaps is guilty of practicing a double standard, Shireen Ahmed last week told the MSR from […]
Baseball, probably more than any other sport, uses statistics as the ultimate judge of success and failure. But there are old statistics and new, and some believe it’s time to leave the old ways behind and move on to better analytical tools. Too many today, especially fans and media, are “mired in the muck of […]
Inspired by TV One’s Unsung series, this multi-part MSR series shines a well-deserved spotlight on individual or group accomplishments that unfortunately have been overlooked, or perhaps even “forgotten.” This week the spotlight is on veteran sports journalist Mark Gray. ESPN Radio last month celebrated its 25th year anniversary. It was launched on January 1, 1992 […]