Schools, Media, Boosters, Money Colliding With Courtside Seating Issues
By Dave Glenn
September 6, 2004 For decades, sports organizations bent over backward to attract and please the media. Anyone who could bring news of the sport to the masses was a valued asset. In the early 1900s, that led to outright bribing of media outlets and reporters. As time went by, media organizations began to police themselves to stop this, but…
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