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Posts Tagged ‘Jay Glazer’

Fox Sports Journo Jay Glazer is ‘Happy to be Alive’

ShutterstockJayGlazerWhen the NFL draft kicks off its three-day Radio City Music Hall run next Thursday, one on-site journalist will feel as blessed as the athletes getting ready to bank seven-figure signing bonuses.

As Fox Sports scoop-meister Jay Glazer recently told USA Today‘s Chris Strauss, everything has changed for him because of a recent bout with aspiration double pneumonia. Glazer was stricken in March following what was supposed to be routine back surgery and is now dealing with a new, daily reality:

“I’m happy to be alive,” Glazer said. “There’s going to be good days and bad days for months. With this thing called aspiration double pneumonia, it’s basically where both your lungs, mine, had gotten burned and infected from ingesting all this stomach acid and bile and stuff that I drowned in.”

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Newhouse School Tackles Future of Sports Journalism

The Master’s program information road show for the University of Syracuse’s prestigious Newhouse School stopped by Los Angeles on Wednesday night. Joining school officials at downtown’s Sports Museum were an impressive quartet of Fox Sports panelists: executive producer Ed Goren (Syracuse Class of 1966), NFL reporter Jay Glazer (pictured) and football analysts Michael Strahan and Curt Menefee.

LA Daily News reporter Tom Hoffarth was also there, filing a personable dispatch about the “Future of Sports Broadcasting” discussion. All the usual suspects were mentioned with regards to the crazy speed cycle that now affects the craft: ESPN, TMZ, Deadspin.com and so on. But not everyone is buying into the new rules. Writes Hoffarth:

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