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Hirshon, N. (2020). The mock trial of Matthew Lyon: Teaching media law by roleplaying its past. American Journalism, 37(1), 98-109.
Hirshon, N. (2019). A forgotten pioneer in sports television: Phillies Jackpot Bowling (1959-1960). American Journalism, 36(2), 196-219.
Hirshon, N. (2017). One more miracle: The groundbreaking media campaign of John “Mets” Lindsay. American Journalism, 34(1), 2-25.
Hirshon, N., & Davis, C. (2016). Live from Nassau Mausoleum: Reactive strategies at a major sports arena. Case Studies in Sport Management, 5, 1-9.
Hirshon, N. (2015). Welcome to Nassau Mausoleum: A case study of hockey telecasts from ESPN’s worst “stadium experience.” International Journal of Sport Communication, 8(4), 477-499.
Hirshon, N. (2015). The Myth of the Nassau Mausoleum: A brainchild of the first all-sports radio station. Journalism History, 41(3), 139-152.