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Ep. 446 – Justin Doherty (Associate AD/External Relations, Wisconsin)

Justin Doherty has witnessed the growth of the Big Ten, NCAA and The University of Wisconsin during his 25 years in sports communication. Doherty talks about the transition from print media as the mainstay of journalism to now social media, where digital print rules the day. Doherty discusses some of the aspects of trying to determine what and who makes a journalist, and who should receive credentials for upcoming games. Doherty also covers several key reasons why social media can be a good thing, but also when covering breaking news or controversy, can place sports communication reactions into a tailspin. Doherty ends with talking about coaches on Twitter, and why several Wisconsin coaches, including Athletic Director Barry Alvarez, aren’t on social media at all. Twitter: @JDatWisconsin

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