How to Report on International Sports Fights Fair Play Style
A sports drama is a movie genre which makes use of sport as the main story point. It’s a story which centers on a sports event, sporting event, player, or fan of sport, and that often rely heavily on sport for their story’s resolution or motivation. The term itself actually came from the Sports Illustrated, who often published a weekly magazine based entirely around sports stories.
Sports stories can vary greatly depending on the nature of the sport and who the story is told by. For example, it might be a story about a star player or athlete who is struggling with personal issues, and there may be an element of sportsmanship involved. That type of story would more likely succeed if it was told by a sports writer rather than a journalist. However, a story can be told by a journalist and given a fair shake, but they are going to have a lot less access to the athlete and its team compared to a sports writer. As such, fair play is quite important when reporting any kind of sports story.
Another way to ensure fair competition and, in doing so, help promote sports around the world, is to ensure that the reporting of any story includes all forms of sports. In other words, be aware of the different sports coverage which exists. For example, many newspapers only cover certain sports through the week, while others only report news on non-traditional sports like rollerblading and yoga. This would, again, help promote non-physical sports and lessen the bias towards physical activity and sports.