NCAA online reporter ban

censorship or merely control of the NCAA product?

From: Steve Outing <steve@planetarynews.com>

I took a few days off from writing my Stop The Presses! column (E&P), but 
resume today. You might be interested in today's topic, which covers how 
the NCAA banned online reporters from covering the Final Four. USA Today, 
one of the aggrieved parties, is doing some saber rattling. Meanwhile, 
the NCAA's Web site (produced by TotalSports, a new company by Nando 
veterans Frank Daniels III and George Schlukbier) experienced enviable 
traffic counts.

The column is at http://www.mediainfo.com/ephome/news/newshtm/stop/stop.htm

Steve Outing                                   Planetary News
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