General Solutions Partner

From text to photos to agate, Field Level Media offers quality, syndicated sports content


Newspapers seeking to keep costs in line and focus their resources on local and original reporting can leverage Field Level Media’s syndicated content products to suit their specific needs.

Dozens of daily and weekly newspapers rely on FLM as their primary provider of syndicated sports content. With more than 200 writers and editors across North America, FLM provides robust news feeds along with coverage of more than 7,000 annual events.

In all, FLM distributes more than 30,000 stories in a typical year. From The New York Times to small weeklies, FLM content is read by millions daily.

Text, Image & Data Solutions

We partner with USA Today Sports Images (Imagn) and Nielsen (Gracenote Sports) to provide one-stop solutions for newspapers. Whether the need is for text, photos and/or agate, FLM customizes products and pricing to meet each newspaper’s needs.

Founded by media veterans with more than 50 years of combined service in leading roles within the industry, a high standard of journalism drives every editorial decision at FLM. Many writers were long-time beat writers for daily newspapers and have been with us for more than a decade, while the 20-hours-a-day news desk is run by former managing editors from dailies and major digital properties.

Professional Journalism

We are journalists at heart constantly striving to provide opportunities for aspiring writers and editors. Our editorial managers have helped train emerging writers and editors who now work for the biggest media companies in the industry.

With clients ranging from Reuters to daily newspapers coast to coast, we understand the need to provide clean, quality content on deadline. And as a small business, we’re always available to help address client needs from editorial to technical support.

FLM was built on two key principals: professional journalism and providing affordable, quality syndicated sports content.

For more information, email CEO Derek Harper at