In this second part of Access, do :: or :: diso covers several topics: (a) how to ask for access; (b) what SIDs expect (for this section,  do :: or :: diso interviews seven sports information directors / media relations specialists who provide insight to help you understand the folks who control your access); and (c) a brief mention of some “out there” sports. The backdrop for this second installment is swimming and diving shots largely from a Division One meet this year between The University of Denver and The University of Wyoming. Pertinent to some of the comments below, I reached out to the …

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As do :: or :: diso enters its fourth year (hard to believe), we start this New Year with a topic that should be of interest to everyone.   Continue Reading →

do :: or :: diso returns after a couple of months of R ‘n R. For the coming few months, do :: or :: diso focuses on  particular sports that should be accessible to you to shoot with just a little planning.  This month, we are all about running. Continue Reading →

Since the beginning of time, humans have longed to fly.  The airborne athlete flies – plain and simple – at least for a short period. Continue Reading →

May 2016 | Issue no. 25 | by mark shaiken

“Boxing is the only sport you can get your brain shook, your money took and your name in the undertaker book.” Joe Frazier.   Continue Reading →

March 2016 | Issue no. 23 | by mark shaiken

In the January 7, 2016 episode of the NBC hit series – The Blacklist – the main character, Raymond Reddington, said “pictures never tell the whole story.” Continue Reading →