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ESPN, Others Fall For Bogus Information About NFL Spring League

ESPN, Others Fall For Bogus Information About NFL Spring League

Late Thursday afternoon, SiriusXM NFL Radio tweeted the following:Read more...
SB Nation Fires Writer For Social Media Conduct Following Domestic Violence Arrest

SB Nation Fires Writer For Social Media Conduct Following Domestic Violence Arrest

SB Nation fired part-time social media editor and blogger Jacob Price Wednesday after he went on a tweetstorm over the weekend about a May 2016 arrest for allegedly choking his then-girlfriend. The
Unpaid SB Nation Writer Did Plagiarism, Got "Fired"

Unpaid SB Nation Writer Did Plagiarism, Got "Fired"

One of the hundreds of unpaid randos who produce the vast majority of the blogs on SB Nation’s network of sites has been, uh, fired(?), after the discovery that she’d extensively plagiarized an
Bill Simmons Is Moving His Sports Media Empire Again

Bill Simmons Is Moving His Sports Media Empire Again

The former ESPN star has ditched Medium and partnered with Vox Media.
Bill Simmons Is Moving His Sports Media Empire Again

Bill Simmons Is Moving His Sports Media Empire Again

The former ESPN star has ditched Medium and partnered with Vox Media.
SB Nation Blogger Removed From Masthead Following Deletion Of Bad Post

SB Nation Blogger Removed From Masthead Following Deletion Of Bad Post

On Tuesday night, the editor of SLC Dunk, SB Nation’s Utah Jazz blog, posted an article about Gordon Hayward signing with the Boston Celtics. The post contained two attempted jokes that came off as

The Experimental Fiction That Imagines Football-Obsessed Americans in the Extremely Distant Future

Ian Crouch writes about a multimedia project written by Jon Bois, of SB Nation, that combines text, YouTube videos, and graphics to explore sports, boredom, and immortality.
SB Nation Cowboys Blog Deletes Bad Post About Ezekiel Elliott [Update]

SB Nation Cowboys Blog Deletes Bad Post About Ezekiel Elliott [Update]

Yesterday morning, SB Nation’s Cowboys blog, Blogging The Boys, published an article about the NFL’s ongoing investigation into domestic violence allegations against Dallas running back Ezekiel
How SB Nation Profits Off An Army Of Exploited Workers

How SB Nation Profits Off An Army Of Exploited Workers

Depending on who’s defining it, to whom, and why, SB Nation is either a popular website best-known for puckish, irreverent coverage and such whimsical projects as Jon Bois’s 17776, or a sprawling
SB Nation Bosses, Current And Former Workers Discuss Pay, Management, And More In Emails And Leaked Memos

SB Nation Bosses, Current And Former Workers Discuss Pay, Management, And More In Emails And Leaked Memos

Yesterday, Deadspin published a report about how Vox Media and SB Nation profit off of unpaid and underpaid workers. With names and other identifying information redacted by request, here are some of
Former SB Nation Site Manager Files Lawsuit Against Vox Media For Alleged Labor Law Violations

Former SB Nation Site Manager Files Lawsuit Against Vox Media For Alleged Labor Law Violations

A former SB Nation site manager filed a collective action lawsuit against Vox Media today in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. Read more...
Leaked Data Show Vast Majority Of SB Nation Page Views Come From Team Sites

Leaked Data Show Vast Majority Of SB Nation Page Views Come From Team Sites

According to internal SB Nation traffic numbers obtained by Deadspin, SB Nation’s collective team sites significantly outperformed SBNation.com in terms of page views over a two-week period in August.
SB Nation To Team Site Managers: You Do This For Love, Now Hit Your Quotas

SB Nation To Team Site Managers: You Do This For Love, Now Hit Your Quotas

Earlier this week Deadspin published a story about how SB Nation team sites’ traffic accounts for the vast majority of the network’s total traffic, even though the people who staff these sites are
SB Nation Memo To Underpaid Writers: Unspecific Changes Will Happen, Details To Come

SB Nation Memo To Underpaid Writers: Unspecific Changes Will Happen, Details To Come

SB Nation editor-in-chief Elena Bergeron wrote an internal memo to team-site bloggers today, publishing it on the company’s internal “Community Corner” page. It announced a few updates and a series of
SB Nation Laid Off Their Copy Editors

SB Nation Laid Off Their Copy Editors

Citing the failure of its social video efforts, Vox Media laid off about 50 people yesterday, mostly from Racked, Curbed, SB Nation, and the video team. At SB Nation, that meant terminating several
SB Nation Is Still Exploiting Workers, But In A Kinder, Gentler Way

SB Nation Is Still Exploiting Workers, But In A Kinder, Gentler Way

In the nine months since Deadspin reported on how SB Nation’s business model relies on underpaying and not paying workers across its sprawling empire of more than 300 sports sites—“team sites,” as the
SB Nation May Like The Brands More Than Good Interviews

SB Nation May Like The Brands More Than Good Interviews

SB Nation published a blog about how Joel Embiid likes a soda that the soda company pays him to say he likes. Yes, it’s as embarrassing and pointless as it sounds. Read more...
SB Nation Is Paying Workers As Little As $3 Per Blog Post

SB Nation Is Paying Workers As Little As $3 Per Blog Post

What’s a fair amount for a billion-dollar company to pay a writer for reporting, writing, and publishing one post per day on the company’s website? Two posts per day? One post per week? Two posts per
FanSided, Sports Illustrated's Slimy Appendage, Reeks Of Exploitation

FanSided, Sports Illustrated's Slimy Appendage, Reeks Of Exploitation

In 2015, Time Inc., the listing titan of 20th-century publishing, bought FanSided—a network of more than 300 sport- and team-centric blogs producing the sort of easily digestible and SEO-friendly
SB Nation Wrongly Told Two Writers They Couldn't Get Paid Because They Are Under 18

SB Nation Wrongly Told Two Writers They Couldn't Get Paid Because They Are Under 18

A manager from SB Nation, a network of sports blogs that continues to profit off the labor of unpaid and underpaid workers, recently told two writers who are still in high school that they could not