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On this episode of the SI Media Podcast, host Richard Deitsch speaks with Deadspin staff writer Diana Moskovitz about her piece on Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy assaulting his girlfriend Nicole Holder.

By Richard Deitsch
December 03, 2015

Welcome to episode No. 32 of the Sports Illustrated Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch. In this podcast, which is published weekly, Deitsch interviews members of the sports media about their work, and interesting people about the sports media.

This week's guest is Deadspin staff writer Diana Moskovitz, who specializes in the nexus of criminality and athletics, and has been with that site since 2014. Prior to working at Deadspin, Moskovitz was a general assignment reporter for the Miami Herald for nearly eight years. She also worked briefly for NFL.com.

In this episode, Moskovitz goes in-depth about her story that details Cowboys lineman Greg Hardy assaulting his then-girlfriend Nicole Holder. Moskovitz discusses her extensive reporting, how she decided on the narrative for that piece, how the photos ended up in Deadspin's hands and more. She also goes broader on why she's interested in crime and sports, how working at the Miami Herald and reading journalism in South Florida prepared her for her current job, what advantages and disadvantages she has working at Deadspin, her thoughts on former Gawker editor Tommy Craggs (who hired her) resigning from that outlet, her love for FS1's Katie Nolan, what she hopes to cover in the future and much more. 

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