Jets Feature

All NFL Media is Local- New York Jets

Time to take a look at some of the local media covering the other NFL squad in the Big Apple…the New York Jets

Newspaper- The metropolitan area has four major newspapers that cover the Jets. The online sports section of the The New York Times does have a dedicated page for the Jets. Ben Shpigel (Twitter) leads the Jets beat.  The paper also includes the Fifth Down blog, which is devoted to the Jets, Giants, and NFL in general. Columnist William C. Rhoden (Twitter) may also chime in on the Jets.

The New York Daily News online sports section also has a special section on the Jets. Lead beat writer Manish Mehta (Twitter) also maintains the paper’s Jets Stream Blog.  Mike Lupica leads a large contingent of columnists at the paper who may make their feelings known on the Jets.

Over at the New York Post, they pull off the tabloid feel of the paper in the online sports section. They also have a dedicated Jets page. Brian Costello (Twitter) leads the Jets beat and keeps up the paper’s Jets Blog.  As with the Daily News, there are plenty of columnists on the sports staff to comment on the Jets.

At Newsday (subscription required), its sports section has a page devoted to the team.  Kimberly Martin (Twitter) handles the Jets beat and the paper’s Nothing But Jets blog. As with its brethren, the paper has its share of columnists to talk Jets.

Sports Radio- ESPN 98.7 is the radio home for the Jets Radio Network.  Bob Wischusen (Twitter) returns on play-by-play as does Marty Lyons with analysis. Of course you can also listen to Jets talk on sports radio power WFAN.

Television-  There are plenty of television outlets that may provide coverage of the team. The ones representing the four major networks are WABCWNBCWCBS, and WNYW.  The YES Network and SNY also have coverage of the team.And of course there is coverage on ESPN New York.

Blogs- Some of the independent Jets blogs include Jets LockerThe Green and White Report, Gang Green Nation, and Jets Gab.

This is just the tip of the iceberg.  Who do you like to read?  Let us know in the comments.

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