TITLE

The typing heads

AUTHOR(S)
Chad, Norman
PUB. DATE
November 1992
SOURCE
Sports Illustrated;11/16/92, Vol. 77 Issue 21, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on a media change for sportscasters. Sportswriting circa 1952 and 1992; Typists are talking; Becoming common on television; In line to collect cash for conversation; Insurance salesmen of the '90s; Three panel shows; Dress style; `Sports Illustrated' exception Rick Telander; Sportswriters should be read and not seen; Validates their authority; Graduates of the `Boston Globe' newspaper; They once resented TV; A dirty little secret.
ACCESSION #
9212141532

 

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