Imagine There's No Sports Page

It's easy if you try. With the future of Philly's dailies in doubt, who will feed the insatiable appetite of the city's sports junkies?

By Larry Atkins
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1. grm1 said... on Mar 26, 2009 at 08:09AM

“Good post... very thought provoking not just about sports but news in general. I believe there will be gap or lapse in coverage at first but the advertising dollars will always follow the flow of eyeballs.
And if the newspapers go out of business that doesn't mean the professionals that have the relationships and know how to develop a story are going to disappear. They will most likely find a new home on some of these blogs/websites, and their knowledge base will simply be communicated in a new forum, and for all the 20 somethings out there this will be the desired format anyway, it will just take time.”

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2. Anonymous said... on Mar 26, 2009 at 06:57PM

“With Steven Wells here to tell us about the juggernaut known as the Guatemalan national baseball team, why do we even need the Inquirer or DN? We truly have the best, most knowledgeable writer right here in our midst. Don't you see that?”

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3. grm1 said... on Mar 31, 2009 at 08:12PM

“with Zolecki (sp) moving from the Inq to it just further supports my previous comment. He is now the Philly beat writer for (his description on 950 am today) he doesn't have to move or change his life-style (his comments) in anyway he just now takes his knowledge base to the new medium. And by doing it first he will be the senior man on staff in a few years when all the younger journalist look to the .com's as the first choice for employment. Smart move Todd!”

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