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    Slide1

    Reporting on Sports

    News Gathering

    Slide2

    Overview

    This lesson is divided into two parts.

    First, we will cover the basics of gathering information for a sports story.

    Next, you will gather information for both an advance story on an upcoming event and a game report.

    Slide3

    Planning

    To fully cover a sporting event, planning should be done well in advance to provide depth of coverage.

    Make your connections and plan to have both informal, on-background discussions, data collection, and game coverage information.

    Know how you will publish your story and consider photo, audio, and video needs.

    Slide4

    Online Research

    Make sure you are able to find where your sports teams maintain statistical information.

    Does your school maintain an athletic website? Do the opponents do the same?

    Does your local newspapers cover high school sports? Do national sites such as MaxPreps and USA Today maintain records?

    Slide5

    Coaching Staff

    The coaches are likely to be your expert sources. It is best to try to connect with a head coach, but an assistant coach may also serve as an excellent source for both an advance story and game report.

    Get to know the coaching staff and set up interviews. Be conversational and show genuine interest in their sport and team.

    Slide6

    Team Statistician

    Find the person in charge of keeping the scorebook for your team. Make arrangements prior to the event to contact this person and let him/her know that you will cover the upcoming event.

    Try to have a moment at the game’s intermission and conclusion to discuss vital stats. Try to get a copy of game stats.

    Slide7

    Team Members

    You will want to get reaction quotes from prominent players such as team captains, star players, and game impact players.

    However, any team member may help serve to provide on-background information.

    Find that team player who will hold detailed conversations with you. Find your insider source.

    Slide8

    Opponents

    This is what will set your high school sports story apart from others. As a journalist, try to maintain objective coverage.

    Contact coaches or players from opposing teams to add perspective to your coverage.

    Use social media to make those connections.

    Slide9

    Trends

    Look for season trends and let that become part of your advance coverage. See if the upcoming game report follows the trend.

    Identify prominent players from both teams. Get to know season stats and statistical trends from the past few games.

    Slide10

    Collaboration

    Try to connect with a sports writer from an opposing school and work together to cover a sports event.

    Here is a chance to use open source reporting.

    Arrange to meet each other at certain points of a game, text each other, and share statistics.

    Slide11

    Observation

    This is a vital news gathering technique for covering sports, especially a game report.

    While end-of-game stats help provide the overall story, it is important to observe action and reveal the highs and lows of the game, significant occurrences such as injuries, controversial calls, and turning points.

    Slide12

    Live Coverage

    As you cover the event, and especially with game report coverage, consider the use of social media, such as Twitter, to provide live, updated coverage.

    With online news sites, try to post information immediately. Make arrangements to post a story within an hour after the event. Plan to provide updated info later.

    Slide13

    Choosing Event Coverage

    Use the sports coverage reporting schedule to choose your sports coverage (at least once per semester).

    If needed, allow time to become familiar with the sport, the coaching staff, players, team statistician, and opposition.

    Go into advance story and game report coverage with a strong background.

    Slide14

    Coverage Planning Sheet

    Once you have scheduled your sports event, begin collecting contact information using the provided planning sheet.

    Look for fellow staffers that will cover the same sport and collaborate.

    Slide15

    Fact Checking

    When writing sport stories, you will handle a significant amount of data through stats, elements of time, and player identification.

    It is vital to cross check the data you use in your story coverage for accuracy.

    Slide16

    Fact Checking

    Also, when conducting interviews, especially post game, consider the emotional quality of responses.

    As the reporter, stay in control of your reporting, but consider the use of read-backs to

    confirm

    the

    information gathered.

    Slide17

    Final Note

    As you gather information, strive for objectivity. Provide equal coverage for both wins and losses, and strive to cover varying perspectives.

    Make sure opponent perspectives are included in your coverage. Here is a great opportunity to use open source reporting with counterparts from opposing schools.

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