The College of Communication and the Arts' Sports Media Speaker Series concludes.
The Sports Poll's most recent findings were featured by the Houston Chronicle, Miami Herald, Yahoo Finance, Sports Business Journal, Darren Rovell (to his two million Twitter followers) and More.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found Americans not yet ready for full capacity events, but their 'comfort' attending sporting events with social distancing, PPE and vaccines continues trending upward.
Findings on student-athlete compensation, baseball's rule changes and the mental health benefits of sports on TV during the pandemic, were featured in The Wall Street Journal, TIME, LA Times and more.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll queried the public on its level of excitement for the upcoming baseball season compared to last year's Covid interrupted one and also asked about rule changes in MLB.
By more than 2-1, the public says student athletes should be allowed to profit from use of Name/Image/Likeness while the number opposed to general student athlete compensation dropped dramatically.
Seton Hall Sports Poll Shows One Third of Americans Say Sports on TV a Positive for Mental Health in Pandemic; Majority Say March Madness Bubble Fair to Student Athletes
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Former ESPN Broadcaster Bob Ley '76 and Professional-In-Residence B.J. Schecter host discussions focusing on diversity, inclusion, and representation in sports.
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The Seton Hall Sports Poll gauged the public pulse on the impact Covid-19 may have on the upcoming Super Bowl.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 61% agree with athletes' right to speak out for social justice; but more than a third say it hinders their desire to watch games, ruins sports as an "escape."
The latest Seton Hall Sports Poll has found that 67 percent of Americans said they would not attend an indoor sporting event without the availability of a vaccine for COVID-19.
Former ESPN Icon Bob Ley '76 and CommArts Professional-In-Residence B.J. Schecter to Host Virtual Roundtable of Leading Sports Media Journalists.