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Physical Activity Among Preadolescents Modifies the Long-Term Association Between Sedentary Time Spent Using Digital Media and the Increased Risk of Being Overweight

Elina Engberg, Marja H. Leppänen, Catharina Sarkkola, and Heli Viljakainen

, include low levels of physical activity and high amounts of sedentary behaviors. 3 – 5 Sedentary behavior is defined as any waking behavior with very low energy expenditures performed in a sitting, reclining, or lying posture. 6 Time spent using digital media, often performed while sedentary, has

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Public Sociology of Sport and Digital Media: A Self-Reflexive Analysis of Public Engagement in the “Hockey Blogosphere”

Mark Norman, Katelyn Esmonde, and Courtney Szto

sociology that are not yet prominent within the sociology of sport and situate our own blogging experiences within them. Digital Media and Public Sociology: Challenges and Problems A defining feature of public sociology is that it “engages publics beyond the academy in dialogue about matters of political

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Interview With Rong (DanDan) Hua, Digital Media Manager of the National Football League’s China Office

Jueyin Zheng

Rong (DanDan) Hua —Digital media manager, NFL China, Shanghai. The National Football League (NFL) has been making efforts to increase its international reach in the past decade, including expansion in the Chinese market. The league set up its first China office in Shanghai in 2007. Rong (DanDan

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Social Media Use Among Olympians and Sport Journalists in Hungary

Agnes Kovacs, Tamas Doczi, and Dunja Antunovic

method. Digital media has changed sport communication practices in numerous ways. Social media changed the length of breaking news, because 1 hour later the same news is considered old ( Billings, Butterworth, & Turman, 2015 ). Why is innovation in communication important for the stakeholders of elite

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The Effects of Sport Organization Messaging Bias on Consumers: A Gender Focus

Damien Whitburn, Chelsey Taylor, Paul Turner, and Adam Karg

through digital channels ( Sport Australia, 2019 ). Alongside the audit on digital media representations, research on traditional sport media identifies bias toward man-centric activities and achievements ( O’Neill & Mulready, 2015 ; Rowe et al., 2016 ). This lack of focus on women decreases consumption

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How Soccer Becomes Politics: A Case Study on the Communication of a Transnational Popular Media Event

Jochem Kotthaus, Matthias Schäfer, Nikola Stankovic, and Gerrit Weitzel

elaborate, and time-consuming process. Digital media changed this entirely. The digital age not only accelerated production and enabled synchronous consumer feedback but also facilitated a news snowballing system. Therefore, it is not solely the incident itself that the news reports on, but the digital age

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Interview With Pat Donahue, Coordinator of Digital Media, Los Angeles Kings

Matthew H. Zimmerman

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Sport Beyond Television: The Internet, Digital Media and the Rise of Networked Media Sport

Yuan Gong

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Interview with Michael R. Hall, Vice President of Digital Media, New England Sports Network (NESN)

Taesoo Ahn and Christopher Mason

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The Story Versus the Stream: Digital Media’s Influence on Newspaper Sports Journalism

Brian Moritz

This study examined contemporary daily sports journalism through the lenses of media sociology and new institutional theory. In-depth interviews with 25 sports journalists (reporters and editors) identified the institutionalized norms, values, practices, and routines of American sports journalism; demonstrated how that institutionalization affects story selection; and showed how the profession is changing due to digital and social media. The interviews show that although traditional sports journalism is highly institutionalized, digital sports journalism is far less so. Traditional sports journalism is still centered around a story, and digital sports journalism follows Robinson’s journalism-as-process model. The journalists interviewed are expected to perform acts of both traditional and digital journalism during the same workday, which leads to tension in how they do their jobs.