Pathway to sports journalism and broadcasting'The Football Writers' Association Speakers Event 2019 - Pathway to sports journalism and broadcasting’ took place on April 9 at the Sway Bar in Central London.
Our panelists were interviewed by Snack Media after the event.
Jacqui Oatley, Sports Broadcaster for BBC & ITV
Anna Kessel, Women's Sports Editor, The Telegraph
Natasha Henry, Freelance Sports Journalist
Tributes flow for Vikki OrviceTributes have been flooding social media after Vikki Orvice, FWA vice-chair and The Sun sportswriter, passed away on Wednesday at the age of 56.
Her husband Ian Ridley, one of our most esteemed members and a fine sportswriter in his own right, announced on the morning of February 6th that Vikki had finally succumbed after a long battle with cancer.
Vikki Orvice – a tribute by Jacqui OatleyJacqui Oatley, the broadcaster, was brought on to the FWA's National Committee by Vikki Orvice, who passed away today at the age of 56. Here is Jacqui's tribute to her friend and our dear colleague.
BRAVE. FEARLESS. TRAILBLAZER. PIONEER.
There was only one Vikki Orvice. That’s clear from the many tributes which have poured in from journalists and senior sporting figures alike following the desperately sad news of our beloved colleague’s passing. Taken from us by cancer at the age of 56, but not before she’d squeezed every drop out of life and found humour ...
GIRLS ALLOWED – THE OFFSIDE RULE FLIES THE FOOTBALL FLAG FOR FEMALESBy CHRISTOPHER DAVIES
IT'S A MAN'S GAME and if you haven't played football you don't really know the sport. Just two of the neanderthal opinions still held by some, the situation not helped when you Google "female sports writers" and "The 50 Hottest Sports Broadcasters In the World" is the first entry. Written by a female.