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Sportscasters & Sportswriters HOF Inducts Bob Costas, John Feinstein
Published June 12, 2012
Costas closed his remarks by noting the constants in a changing media landscape. “There are values that are, or at least should be, timeless. There is value in words. There’s value in craftsmanship. There’s value in dedication to quality and to truth and to fairness. If it’s good, it’s good, whether it is written with a quill pen on parchment paper or posted on a blog.” Feinstein addressed the evolution of sports media in saying, “The news print business may be dying, but there will always, always be a place for great reporting and great writing.”