SPORT AND THE MEDIA
Example of Sport and the Media
out the 5 people i asked only 2 people pay attention to united in the media, the reason they pay attention is becuase:
Labels: Matt F
I am looking at the difference in publicity that Women in football recieve compared to the Men.The Research methods I have used so far are.
Labels: Jack C
I have used 2 methods so far. I have used the internet on a couple of sites including barb.com, bbc.co.uk and thefa.com. I have found blogs on bbc.co.uk with a lot of useful information and barb.com with further research i can look at particular sales figures at particular times of the year.
Labels: Dan Yeomans
I am comparing the media coverage of international football and cricket within England.
Labels: Max Bowen
currently i have used, internet: Cambridge United site, Cambridge Evening News, Setanta, Barb,
Labels: Matt F
Im looking at moto gp as a sport, i dont have main question but im just trying to find out what the reasons people choose to watch this sport and why they choose to be interested in it. but i have another question is women and motorsports ? and why they arnt inolved as much. ive used primary and secondary research so far such as emailing the presenter of it, books, internet, mssage boards im guna look at some biker magizines and newspapers to.
I am doing about hooliganism in sport, concentrating on football mainly. Hooliganism is a criteria in sport which is highly frowned upon, however not many people know a lot of information or doing anything about it. From the past few weeks or research i have noticed that there are a lot or articles written about this subject however they all mostly say the same sort of stuff, talking about how bad hooliganism is and the costs/damages which has happened. I have also noticed that many websites have archives from vital moments in football from the past 10 or so years covering a number of different world cups and Euro cup games. This allows me to see the hooliganism in the past years and how its changed in comparison to the violence these days.
Labels: Lee Sherwood
BBC Director of Sport, Peter Salmon, said: "The World Cup has been an outstanding tournament on the pitch and across the BBC.
"On television, interactive, radio and online, records have been broken, and we've earned the right to say that the BBC is yet again the place for the big occasion."
Highlights of previous viewing figures include:
England v Brazil: Friday 21 June, ko 7.30am (simulcast BBC and ITV)
BBC ONE - match average 12.4m, peak 13.1m, 71% share
- programme average 9.2m, 67.7% share
ITV - match average 3.6m, peak 4m, 20% share
- programme average 2.5m, 21.8% share
England v Denmark: Saturday 15 June, BBC ONE, 1130-1445
- match average 12.4m, 13.2m peak, 69.8% share
- programme average 9.8m, 64% share
ITV Simulcast - 1130-1500
- match average 3.2m, 3.6m peak, 17.7% share
- programme average 2.6m, 17% share
Sweden v England
ITV1, Sunday 2 June, 0930-1255
- match average 12.6m, 13.7m peak, 83.8% share
- programme average 9.2m, 72% share
Argentina v England
BBC ONE, Friday 7 June, 1150-1445
- match average 11.9m, 13.3m peak, 83.1% share
- programme average 10.2m, 79% share
England v Nigeria
BBC ONE, Wednesday 12 June
- match average 12.2m, 13.1m peak, 84.6% share
- programme average 9.6m, 81% share
from Josh Squires
Labels: mitchell kennett
Evidence that the Games had caught the British public's imagination was clear from the Opening Ceremony when 10.2m viewers (48.5 per cent) tuned in to see Team GB's entrance into the Olympic Stadium.
The largest figure for a live sporting event at the Olympics, so far, was for Paula Radcliffe's run in the 10,000m when 12.8m viewers (56.7%) watched her try and make amends for her disappointment in the marathon.
Nearly eleven million (10.7m; 59.8%) people were watching when Paula dropped out of the marathon.
Kelly Holmes' 800 metres gold medal winning performance drew 8.8m (41.3%) and her 1,500 metres win attracted 10m (56.4%).
Team GB's gold in the 4x100 metres men's relay final was seen by 11.3m (58.2%) and the climax of the evening was the men's 4x400 metres relay final, watched by 11.7m (56.7%).
But viewers were not just tuning in to see the athletics and swimming, which had a peak of 4.9m (23%).
Other highlights included Amir Khan's boxing semi-final which was seen by 7.4m (39.8%). Figures for his brave silver medal winning performance are still to be released.
Matthew Pinsent's outpouring of emotions in the coxless four rowing medal ceremony attracted 5.1m (63.5%) viewers at 9.00am.
Viewers were attracted by a diverse range of events, and it was not just restricted to successful Team GB events.
Hockey attracted 6.3m (23.7%) and gymnastics had a peak audience of 6.2m (19.1%).
The peak figure for table tennis was 5.9m (24%) and Gail Emms and Nathan Robertson, who took silver in the mixed badminton final, drew 4.5m (30.2%).
Team GB's first medal of the Games, a silver in the 10m synchronised diving won by Leon Taylor and Peter Waterfield, was watched by 4.4m (23%).
Added by Josh Squires
My idea is for the media's effect of world wide football.
Labels: Josh Squires
decided to concentrate on the medias influence over football hooligans within football and the portrayal's it is given worldwide especially on the international stage. A lot of information should be available on this subject including the use of different mediums and specialist programmes for example The real football factory's interntational- bravo 1...... Ross Kemp on gangs
source Citation:"Boxing." Sports Rights in the Digital Age. Informa UK Ltd., 2001. 53. General OneFile.
Gale Document Number:A93369838
This is one source i have found from the LRC
guilianatti, Richard (1999) football a sociology of the game blackwell publishers ltd.
sports culture and the media-second edition. David Rowe
Global Sport, Maguire, 1999, Polity Press, Chapter 7 - Global Media-Sport Complex, Page 144