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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Robin Hamman tagged sports

And it’s not just a story in traditional media. Everyone who works for a sports team, from the owners to ticket sales reps, is on the hot seat with friends, family, corporate partners, customers and prospects. It’s nearly impossible to work for a sports team and not get asked daily about what’s going on with the team – and that’s where social media comes in.

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I like this tidbit at the end: "in women’s water polo, bloggers are allowed three posts a quarter and one at halftime; in fencing or bowling, 10 posts are allowed for each day or session."

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