The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that Americans would prefer a faster game and that Pitch Clock and PitchCom have major support from the younger demographic.
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Former sports columnist Jane McManus will serve as the inaugural executive director of the recently established Center for Sports Media within the College of Communication and the Arts.
In an introductory event for the Center for Sports Media, former MLB all-star Alex Rodriguez connects with Seton Hall students to discuss life beyond the baseball diamond.
Along Bob Ley '76 and Bardia Shah-Rais '95, Alex Rodriguez headlined the recent Center for Sports Media event, says he's "very bullish" on Seton Hall's commitment to Media and Broadcast Students.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that Americans overwhelmingly favor sports sanctions against Russia since the invasion of Ukraine.
The College of Communication and the Arts and its Center for Sports Media present Alex Rodriguez: Beyond Baseball on April 4 for a discussion between the baseball icon and University Community.
The latest edition of the Sports Media Speaker Series brings some of the best in the business to talk about the rise of women in the sports industry.
Sports Media Speaker Series Examines the Ramification of the Jon Gruden Email Scandal.
Legendary sportscaster Bob Ley '76 has made a philanthropic donation to Seton Hall University to launch the Center for Sports Media.
The College of Communication and the Arts' Sports Media Speaker Series concludes with tips and best practices to navigate the sports industry.
Former ESPN Icon Bob Ley '76 and CommArts Professional-In-Residence B.J. Schecter to Host Virtual Roundtable of Leading Sports Media Journalists.
Professor BJ Schecter and Assistant Professor Branden Buehler discuss how COVID-19 is affecting the sports media industry.
WSOU will honor Bob Ley in a pre-game reception and on-court ceremony as the Pirates face St. John's at the Prudential Center.
Covered by Forbes, Sports Business Daily, The Miami Herald and Ad Age, the talk featured media giants Bob Costas and Bob Ley.