• 06.11.2005 /
    On its first day, the Play the Game communication conference on sport and society received a major boost in the form of a message of support from United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
  • 06.11.2005 /
    Have you ever left a football match feeling that the result was so unfair or bemusing that it must have been fixed?
  • 06.11.2005 /
    The fourth Play the Game communication conference on sport and society got underway, November 6, with a speech by Director Jens Sejr Andersen, who welcomed all those attending the 'biggest-ever international event focusing on corruption in sport'.
  • 04.11.2005 /
    During the 2005 Play the Game conference, students from The Danish School of Journalism will maintain a conference website with minute by minute coverage of events. Go to the Conference Pulse website (no longer available)
  • 31.10.2005 /
    Sports editors of daily newspapers all over the world allow the sports industry to set the agenda and the priorities for coverage of sports events.
  • 31.10.2005 /
    Knowledge bank: Sports editors of daily newspapers all over the world allow the sports industry to set the agenda and the priorities for coverage of sports events. That is the main conclusion of the International Sports Press Survey 2005 which has surveyed 10,007 articles in 37 newspapers from 10 different countries.
  • 26.10.2005 /
    Three years ago Michel Zen-Ruffinen had to leave the highest administrative post in world football after a showdown with FIFA's powerful president Sepp Blatter.
  • 24.10.2005 /
    The Olympic Winter Games in Italy has become a focal point for appropriate means to fight doping in sport.

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