ESPORTNEWS.com - Unique sports news site gains access to NFL Training Camps
Redwood City, CA – July 29, 2002- ESPORTNEWS.com is pleased to announce they have gained access to the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders Training Camps. ESPORTNEWS.com editor John Kenny says "This is a big win for Internet Media in the world of professional sports. With many teams only allowing access to print, TV and wire media agencies, we are the sole ‘Internet Media Only' organization in these camps."
ESPORTNEWS.com opened on May 21, 2002 and is rapidly gaining acceptance by avoiding the negativity found in most sports print journals. Kenny added, "Our goal is to stick to the facts on the field. We don't gain anything by attacking a player's off-the-field problems. We want to be the good guys and by doing that we will establish lasting relationships with the leagues, teams and players."
By gaining access to these professional sports organizations, ESPORTNEWS.com is able to offer sports fans a variety of original photos, quotes, and feature articles that cannot be found at ESPN.com, CBS.Sportline.com, CNNSI.com, or FoxSports.com.
"There is a lot of redundancy among the largest sports sites. We do not claim to be on the same level as those organizations yet, but we are unique and growing rapidly. This season we will focus on Bay Area teams and the NFC West. We hope our positive attitude will spread and by next season have coverage of all 32 NFL teams." Kenny stated.
ESPORTNEWS.com publishes a Weekly E-zine on the world of sports and training camp updates will be posted regularly throughout the preseason. The Bright Side is a separate feature dedicated to the positive work leagues, teams, and athletes perform for charitable and community organizations. The next edition of the Weekly E-Zine will be posted July 31st.
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