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The Future Of Sports Journalism

Sports media is a billion dollar industry and few media companies command as wide an audience or as hefty a profit. But during the course of the past year, several stories have triggered questions about the relationships between the journalistic organizations that cover sports and the sports industry itself -- including ESPN's recent pulling out of a documentary series about concussions and football. Join us as Kojo explores the future of sports journalism.

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