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Evan Weiner is an award winning journalist who is among a very small number of people who cover the politics and business of sports and how that relationship affects not only sports fans but the non-sports fan as well. Weiner began his journalism career while in high school at the age of 15 in 1971. He won two Associated Press Awards for radio news coverage in 1978 and 1979. He was presented with the United States Sports Academy's first ever Distinguished Service Award for Journalism in 2003 in Mobile, Alabama. Advisor to the SUNY Cortland Sports Business Management Program. The United States Sports Academy's 2010 Ronald Reagan Media Award.
He is the author of two books, The Business and Politics of Sports -- 2005 and The Business and Politics of Sports, Second Edition -- 2010.
He has been quoted in 15 other books and his words were read into the United States House of Representatives Congressional record: July 14, 2004 - Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eighth Congress, second session.
He was been a columnist with the New York Sun and provided Westwood One Radio with daily commentaries between 1999 and 2006 called "The Business of Sports." He has also appeared on numerous television and radio shows both in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. He has been on msnbc and ABCNewsNow.
Evan speaks on the business of politics of sports in colleges and universities as well as on cruise ships around the world.
In 2013, Evan will be part of a video documentary "Touchdown Israel" discussing American football's growth in that country.
on March 31, 2013 :
I enjoyed the book. Even with the proofreading errors and the out-of-sequence style, a good read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Feb. 14, 2013 :
The book is a wonderful story of the NFL and how it has become such a part of American culture. While I thoroughly enjoy the book, there are numerous proofreading errors, which make it difficult to use in an educational setting.
(reviewed long after purchase)