Newspaper Coverage of New York Jets

4 April 2015
Compares perspectives of Newsday & New York Daily News stories & columns critical of football team’s players & management.

Newspapers every day cover the same stories and do so with slightly different perspectives according to the specific views of the writers, the interests of the readers, and the traditions of the given newspaper. Even two papers in the same city may have different attitudes toward certain people, issues, or institutions, differences which can be discerned on close reading. Two stories from two different papers on the same sports team will serve to show how these differences may be manifested, referring to stories on the New York Jets in the New York Daily News and Newsday.
Rob Parker writes about the team in a column on the Sports Page in Newsday, a Long Island-based newspaper that at the time had just ceased publishing a New York edition of the paper because of excessive costs. Newsday is owned by the Los Angeles…
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