Sharp, Kathleen
December 1997
Women's Sports & Fitness;Dec97, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p27
Features Lisa Olson, a sports journalist in United States. Harassment incident on her interview with the New England Patriots; Her job with the `Telegraph' and `Sydney Morning Herald;' Background of her journalism career; Olson's view on the equal treatment regarding sex, in the National Basketball Association. INSET: Stopping the presses..


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