Robert Small currently writes for Patch, Examiner.com and Sacramento Magazine. He has also written for SacMidtown.com, Bleed Black and Purple and Sacramento Press among others.

(Links will direct to the old portfolio blog on Wordpress.)

Sacramento Magazine

Small is currently working on a sports article


Small writes mostly about sports based in Carmichael and Roseville, CA for the AOL owned company.


Small writes about the Sacramento Kings for Examiner.com Sacramento and has covered games, events, draft workouts and the relocation to Anaheim saga.

Sac Midtown

Small wrote weekly recaps about the Sacramento Kings on Sac Midtown, a hyper-local news site launched Oct. 18, 2010 focused on Midtown Sacramento.
He was asked in June 2010 by the site’s founding editor, Jimmy Spencer, to write for the site.

Bleed Black And Purple

Small contributed updates from the Kings practices on Bleed Black And Purple, a Kings blog run by Blake Ellington on the Sacramento Connect blog network in partnership with The Sacramento Bee.

Sacramento Press

In December 2009 Small was asked by the Sacramento Press, a hyper-local online newspaper focused in Sacramento and its surrounding areas, to work with the Sacramento Kings’ Tyreke Evans for NBA Rookie of the Year (RekeROY) campaign.
The campaign ended in late April 2010 after Evans won the Rookie of the Year award.
As a community contributor, he wrote over 50 articles on SacPress since October 2009.

The Express and College Internships

During the Fall 2009 semester, Small wrote for Sacramento City College’s award winning journalism program. He started with the online student publication SacCityExpress.com, writing for news and sports.
His article on SCC Football's win for the conference championship earned him a 2010 JACC Sports Game Story Honorable Mention.
In the Spring 2010 semester, he switched to the school’s print publication The Express, focusing solely on sports.
He also held four internships during his time at SCC: Fall 2007 at KTXL FOX40, Fall 2009 on The Jim Kozimor Show at Sports 1140 KHTK and Spring and Summer 2010 at KCRA-TV Channel 3 as a Sports Assistant.

Media Communications Academy

Small started his journalism career in the Media Communications Academy at Center High School. He participated as an producer, reporter, editor and photographer on the school’s television broadcast Channel 25 News.

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