Co-author of WaPo Jerry Jones piece says he shouldn’t be judged fully by one photo
“What is fair is to ask him about what he witnessed, ask him what he experienced, ask him how his views may have changed, if they did change at all, how has he evolved on issues of social justice and racial justice.”
Stephen A. Smith blasts WaPo report, blames Jerry Jones desegregation protest photo on ‘cancel culture’
"This is where cancel culture gets into the mix. You’re making an attempt to eradicate him, what he stands for and all he has done."
Washington Post reporter Candace Buckner promoted to columnist, covering sports’ role in culture and society
Buckner will "write commentary, criticism, and essays that focus on how sports shape and illuminate our understanding of culture and society," according to sports editor Matt Vita.
Tributes roll in for longtime Washington Post sports editor David Larimer
Larimer died on May 15 at the age of 47 from an apparent heart attack.
Six months in, Defector looks like a sports media success story
“We just want to make a website that people would want to read every day," said editor Tom Ley.
Dan Snyder claims in court filing that minority owner Dwight Schar is trying to extort him via media leaks
"Plaintiffs' purpose in submitting their supplemental filing is now clear: to try to continue to smear me in an effort to gain leverage in this business dispute."
The PFWA put out a call for change after a Washington Post story on NFL sexual harassment
Thursday's Washington Post story on sexual harassment from employees of the Washington NFL team included stories from not just those who worked for that team, but also journalists who covered that team. That's led to the PFWA calling for reform to provide a safe workplace for journalists.
ESPN, the AP, and the Washington Post all led news of Bill Buckner’s death with his World Series error
Putting Buckner's error on the ticker/in a tweet/in a headline was an unusual move by obituary standards, and it took some criticism.
This Washington Post headline and picture of Alex Smith’s injury were terrible
Exactly what promise is being broken, and who broke the promise?
The Athletic hires David Aldridge as editor-in-chief of their new Washington, D.C. vertical
Aldridge will stay with Turner Sports until the hire becomes official in October.
All-NBA voting affecting Paul George’s contract isn’t bad, isn’t a new step for media
Media coverage affecting players' finances isn't really new; only the explicit link is.