ESPNW's coverage (read: advertising, media, traffic-driving blitz) of the fortieth anniversary of Title IX makes us question its commitment to journalistic integrity. Sure, ESPN has a handbook on "Editorial Guidelines for Standards & Practices," but what's the point if some of the network's employees haven't bothered to either read or adhere to it?
It's a busy first day for the newly-formed American Sports Council. Again, from our new website:
The American Sports Council (ASC) filed suit against the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) today, alleging that the use of gender quotas
to enforce Title IX in high school athletic programs is unconstitutional because it violates the Equal Protection Clause. ...