We asked members of the media to participate in a survey looking at a variety of issues in MMA journalism. The full report is now available for download.
In this series, we're taking a deeper look at the 2017 MMA Journalism Report and analyze what it tells us about the current state of affairs in MMA journalism. In yesterday's story, we looked at the outlets that provide the worst example of ethical, unbiased journalism. Today, we're swinging back the other direction to look at the other … Continue reading 2017 Journalism Report: The Best Outlets for Ethical, Unbiased Reporting
Today, we look at what will certainly be the most sensitive topic we cover in this series: ethics (more specifically, a lack of ethics), visible bias and those outlets media members believe are failing to deliver on the core tenets of journalism.
In a series of stories over the next few days, we're going to take a deeper look at the 2017 MMA Journalism Report and analyze what it tells us about the current state of affairs in MMA journalism. Tonight, we look at media member backgrounds and compensation.
On anonymity, accountability, our failure on the Champions story and reader reactions. It's the first edition of The Watchlist.
Weird as it seems, plagiarism still exists. After all, this is the age of the internet, where everything is available at our fingertips. Stealing written material from another source and presenting it as your own work takes an incredible amount of arrogance when it can so easily be brought to light with a Google search. … Continue reading Jim Edwards Plagiarizes His Own Staff, Gets Paid For It
In June 21016, angry journalists wrote a letter to the UFC defending blacklisted colleague Ariel Helwani. Today, we're making that letter available to the public for the first time.
They rallied behind one of their own who was unfairly barred from UFC events. Here's the untold story of what happened next.