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Pete Lindsay and Owen Thomas

The mass media focus on sporting events (Kristiansen, Hanstad, & Roberts, 2011), coupled with the interest in reporting the psychological aspects of sporting performance (Jones, 2005) can place practitioners in stressful situations (Fletcher, Rumbold, Tester, & Coombes, 2011). Concerns over “misrepresentation,” “misquotation,” “misinterpretation,” and being “incorrectly reported or understood” by the media can be at odds with a practitioner’s honest desire to disseminate findings and provide informed commentaries related to the discipline. This article aims to highlight the ethical, professional and personal challenges faced by Pete Lindsay while working as the resident sport psychologist for an international television broadcaster during a World championship sporting event. The autoethnographic account provides a series of reflective fragments that were abstracted from professional development documentation, supervisory meeting records of the time, and the authors recalled reflections of when Pete undertook the role. Practical implications for the training and certification of practitioners in relation to working within the media are considered.

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Stephen S. Cheung

bit of media work, but I sometimes feel stuck like Bill Murray’s weatherman character in the movie Groundhog Day, doomed to repeat the exact same sound bites year after year. Yes, polar bear swims can be safe and fun, except for those with heart conditions, but do not do them alone, do not drink

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Katariina Rahikainen and Kim Toffoletti

-Weiser, 2012 ; Elias et al., 2017 ), this study of sponsored female climbers adds to current research on sportswomen’s social media use by focusing on two aspects of digital labor that are yet to be fully considered in investigations of athlete branding and online media work: (a) “noncontroversial demeanor

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Charles Mountifield and Stirling Sharpe

whose social media you manage, how has COVID-19 changed your operations? Read : I think this has been the most challenging part of the COVID-19 crisis in terms of social media work for me personally. It can be very difficult to help our clients interact with their fans when the main reason why they

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Dunja Antunovic and Andrea Bundon

 al. ( 2018 ) identified six “best practices” as follows: “more and/or more appropriately contextualized reporting; more critical media work; and more balanced, unbiased and neutral reporting; more equitable coverage of different sports and athletes; more equitable representation in the newsroom; more

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Rachel Vaccaro and Ted M. Butryn

paradigm of knowledge ( Sparkes & Smith, 2014 ). It was understood the media worked to construct understandings of mental illness, in this case bipolar disorder, as well as gender norms. ECA was used as the approach to evaluate the media involved in this study. As described by Altheide and Schneider ( 2013

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Roger Baines

recruitment medicals, media work, or training or in extraprofessional situations such as finding a home, understanding tax laws, or using health services, there is much more to be discovered to understand and support communication for these migrants. References ACAS . ( 2018 , January